Subject: Re: [boost] boost regression run.py fails with, fatal: Not a git repository
From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2016-06-29 14:53:34
On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 10:25 AM, Blower, Melanie <melanie.blower_at_[hidden]>
> I'm trying to run.py on develop to report results with the Intel compiler.
> The script I use first downloads run.py. The git is failing partway through
> with this message
> Cloning into 'tools/quickbook'...
> Submodule path 'tools/quickbook': checked out
> # Cleaning up "/localext3/mblower/sandbox/_try_dev/boost_root/bin"
> directory ...
> # Cleaning up "/localext3/mblower/sandbox/_try_dev/boost_root/bin.v2"
> directory ...
> # Cleaning up "/localext3/mblower/sandbox/_try_dev/results" directory ...
> # Getting sources (2016-06-29T12:24:07Z)...
> # Executing GIT command: /localext3/mblower/sandbox/_try_dev/boost_root>
> git submodule foreach "cd $toplevel && git submodule deinit $path"
> Entering 'libs/accumulators'
> fatal: Not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /localext3)
> Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM not set).
> Stopping at 'libs/accumulators'; script returned non-zero status.
> # git_source_checkout failed with message "GIT command "git submodule
> foreach "cd $toplevel && git submodule deinit $path"" failed with code 256"
> I'm using a new server, the "master" results completed successfully last
> There's plenty of disk space.
> Any ideas?
It's a problem I introduced yesterday. Looks like I needed an extra set of
quotes to get the git subshells to not expand the env var references too
soon. I think it fixed now.
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