Commit c30aaa7e authored by Holger Levsen's avatar Holger Levsen

reproducible Archlinux: include number of recent builds in the recent_builds.html page

Signed-off-by: Holger Levsen's avatarHolger Levsen <holger@layer-acht.org>
parent 9993e59c
......@@ -327,10 +327,10 @@ See link:https://jenkins.debian.net/userContent/about.html["about jenkins.debian
** misc:
*** write into all the stats_ tables
*** make build.sh respect pacman exit code, see FIXME in _html_.sh
*** comparing versions (in scheduler) is probably needed: if its not empty it must be higher (due to repo constraints), but it can be even higher than in the repo, because we build trunk
*** comparing versions (in scheduler) is probably needed (though it wuld be better if not): if its not empty it must be higher (due to repo constraints), but it can be even higher than in the repo, because we build trunk
*** debian uses a table removed_packages, should this be used here too?
*** debian uses a table manual_scheduler to limit the amount of packages someone can schedule per day...
*** should breakages job look for archlinux breakages? for which case
*** should breakages job look for archlinux breakages? for which cases?
** using notes.git could be next
* rebuilding against the archlinux repos
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......@@ -353,9 +353,14 @@ recent_builds_page(){
TITLE="Reproducible archlinux, builds in the last 24h"
archlinux_page_header
archlinux_repostats_table
write_page "<h2>Recent builds of Archlinux packages in the last 24h</h2>"
include_pkg_table_header_in_page
MAXDATE="$(date -u +'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M' -d '24 hours ago')"
RECENT=$(query_db "SELECT count(s.name) FROM sources AS s
JOIN results AS r
ON s.id=r.package_id
WHERE s.architecture='x86_64'
AND r.build_date > '$MAXDATE'")
write_page "<h2>$RECENT builds of Archlinux packages in the last 24h</h2>"
include_pkg_table_header_in_page
STATE_PKGS=$(query_db "SELECT s.name FROM sources AS s
JOIN results AS r
ON s.id=r.package_id
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