Description of problem:
When trying to build voms in koji:
I see the following problem.
For ppc, ppc64 and x86_64 the BuildRequires are properly handled propagated to the yum --installroot command
DEBUG backend.py:605: /usr/bin/yum --installroot /var/lib/mock/dist-f12-build-827922-121561/root/ resolvedep 'doxygen' 'tex(latex)' 'globus-gss-assist-devel(ppc-32)' 'globus-gssapi-gsi-devel(ppc-32)' 'expat-devel' 'pkgconfig' 'openssl-devel(ppc-32)' 'jakarta-commons-cli' 'jpackage-utils' 'libtool' 'java-gcj-compat-devel' 'docbook-style-xsl' 'bouncycastle >= 1.39' 'libxslt' 'jakarta-commons-lang' 'log4j' 'java-devel >= 1:1.6.0'
DEBUG backend.py:605: /usr/bin/yum --installroot /var/lib/mock/dist-f12-build-827924-121561/root/ resolvedep 'openssl-devel(ppc-64)' 'doxygen' 'java-devel >= 1:1.6.0' 'tex(latex)' 'expat-devel' 'pkgconfig' 'java-gcj-compat-devel' 'jakarta-commons-cli' 'jpackage-utils' 'globus-gss-assist-devel(ppc-64)' 'libtool' 'globus-gssapi-gsi-devel(ppc-64)' 'docbook-style-xsl' 'bouncycastle >= 1.39' 'libxslt' 'jakarta-commons-lang' 'log4j'
DEBUG backend.py:605: /usr/bin/yum --installroot /var/lib/mock/dist-f12-build-827923-121561/root/ resolvedep 'doxygen' 'java-devel >= 1:1.6.0' 'tex(latex)' 'expat-devel' 'globus-gssapi-gsi-devel(x86-64)' 'pkgconfig' 'java-gcj-compat-devel' 'jakarta-commons-cli' 'globus-gss-assist-devel(x86-64)' 'bouncycastle >= 1.39' 'libtool' 'docbook-style-xsl' 'jpackage-utils' 'libxslt' 'jakarta-commons-lang' 'log4j' 'openssl-devel(x86-64)'
However, on i686 the versions are dropped from the versioned BuildRequires:
DEBUG backend.py:603: /usr/bin/yum --installroot /var/lib/mock/dist-f12-build-827925-121561/root/ resolvedep 'openssl-devel(x86-32)' 'bouncycastle' 'tex(latex)' 'expat-devel' 'jakarta-commons-cli' 'java-gcj-compat-devel' 'pkgconfig' 'jpackage-utils' 'java-devel' 'doxygen' 'libtool' 'docbook-style-xsl' 'jakarta-commons-lang' 'libxslt' 'globus-gssapi-gsi-devel(x86-32)' 'log4j' 'globus-gss-assist-devel(x86-32)'
Since the version on the java-devel BuildRequires is dropped, only the gcj java devel, and not the openjdk java devel gets installed on this architecture. And the build fails.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I see this problem on both F-12 and F-13 builds in koji.
I tried resubmitting the F-12 build and it failed again in the same way.
Looking more closely, it is not always the i686 build that fails. In some cases the i686 build is OK, and it is the x86_64 build that has dropped the version from the versioned BuildRequires. After repeatedly resubmitting the builds I finally got them through. Here are the collected statistics of good and bad build hosts - the number of attempts on each host in parentheses:
I was unable to reproduce this running mock locally on an x86_64 F13 system. We may need to see what version of mock the koji builders are running.
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