00:53:43  * node-ghjoined
00:53:44  * node-ghpart
00:55:39  * node-ghjoined
00:55:39  * node-ghpart
00:58:46  * node-ghjoined
00:58:47  * node-ghpart
01:01:33  * node-ghjoined
01:01:34  * node-ghpart
01:10:30  * node-ghjoined
01:10:30  * node-ghpart
02:27:18  * xadillaxjoined
02:29:53  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
02:30:45  * xadillaxjoined
03:05:07  * node-ghjoined
03:05:07  * node-ghpart
04:04:23  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
04:15:41  * node-ghjoined
04:15:41  * node-ghpart
04:54:14  * xadillaxjoined
05:32:23  * node-ghjoined
05:32:24  * node-ghpart
05:47:18  * node-ghjoined
05:47:18  * node-ghpart
06:08:45  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
06:15:02  * xadillaxjoined
06:35:07  * seishunjoined
07:13:23  * node-ghjoined
07:13:23  * node-ghpart
07:18:30  * node-ghjoined
07:18:30  * node-ghpart
07:33:15  * node-ghjoined
07:33:15  * node-ghpart
07:39:38  * node-ghjoined
07:39:38  * node-ghpart
07:46:09  * seishunquit (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
07:50:33  * seishunjoined
08:00:21  * node-ghjoined
08:00:21  * node-ghpart
08:01:49  * seishunquit (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
08:02:10  * node-ghjoined
08:02:11  * node-ghpart
09:28:18  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
09:32:52  * xadillaxjoined
10:05:38  * node-ghjoined
10:05:39  * node-ghpart
10:10:07  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
10:10:20  * node-ghjoined
10:10:20  * node-ghpart
10:10:29  * xadillaxjoined
10:13:18  * node-ghjoined
10:13:19  * node-ghpart
10:21:34  * node-ghjoined
10:21:34  * node-ghpart
10:23:49  * node-ghjoined
10:23:49  * node-ghpart
10:25:10  * mylesborinsquit (Quit: farewell for now)
10:25:41  * mylesborinsjoined
10:27:24  * node-ghjoined
10:27:24  * node-ghpart
10:33:48  * node-ghjoined
10:33:48  * node-ghpart
10:36:55  * node-ghjoined
10:36:55  * node-ghpart
10:37:09  * node-ghjoined
10:37:09  * node-ghpart
10:38:03  * node-ghjoined
10:38:03  * node-ghpart
10:44:20  * node-ghjoined
10:44:20  * node-ghpart
10:51:27  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
11:14:19  * xadillaxjoined
12:28:01  * xadillaxquit (Remote host closed the connection)
12:28:30  * xadillaxjoined
12:30:01  * evanlucasjoined
12:32:50  * xadillaxquit (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
13:15:29  * chorrelljoined
14:39:59  * Fishrock123joined
14:56:20  * node-ghjoined
14:56:21  * node-ghpart
16:03:07  * chorrellquit (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
16:14:36  * seishunjoined
16:38:51  <seishun>rvagg: do I understand correctly that adding cern repos is only necessary to install the ancient devtoolset version?
16:45:32  * chorrelljoined
17:03:31  * chorrellquit (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
17:04:39  * chorrelljoined
17:12:26  <rvagg>seishun: yes, in fact EPEL might have what we need for CentOS6, cern might have only been necessary for CentOS5
17:12:59  <seishun>what's EPEL?
17:33:01  <seishun>rvagg: is EPEL preferable to SCL?
17:41:02  * Fishrock123quit (Remote host closed the connection)
17:42:40  * Fishrock123joined
17:44:56  <Trott>seishun: EPEL: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL
17:48:37  <seishun>it seems it has an outdated version of gcc
18:05:03  * Fishrock123quit (Remote host closed the connection)
18:08:50  * Fishrock123joined
18:18:51  <rvagg>seishun: yes, very preferred, it's essentially official for .rpm ecosystem, if we can get it from epel then that's what we should do
18:20:02  * chorrellquit (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
18:20:58  * chorrelljoined
18:38:40  * node-ghjoined
18:38:40  * node-ghpart
18:43:05  * node-ghjoined
18:43:05  * node-ghpart
18:47:37  * seishunquit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
18:53:46  * seishunjoined
19:06:40  * node-ghjoined
19:06:40  * node-ghpart
19:17:52  <seishun>rvagg: well unlike EPEL, SCL doesn't require manually adding any repos
19:26:48  <seishun>anyway I hope you'll have a chance to look at my PR in the coming days
20:16:01  * seishunquit (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
20:27:49  * seishunjoined
20:33:08  * seishunquit (Ping timeout: 255 seconds)
20:53:36  * chorrellquit (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
21:17:40  <Fishrock123>are the armv6 machines unresponsive or something?
21:18:01  <Fishrock123>they never built 8.2.1 and someone cancelled it because I guess it stalled
21:18:11  <Fishrock123>but they don't seem to be building anything since then either?
22:19:56  * jgijoined
22:20:30  <jgi>https://ci.nodejs.org/ seems to be down for me, I get a 502 bad gateway response, is it the same for others?
22:37:33  <Trott>Yes.
22:37:36  <Trott>:-(
22:38:33  * node-ghjoined
22:38:33  * node-ghpart
22:38:56  <jgi>filed https://github.com/nodejs/build/issues/814
22:41:11  * jgiquit (Quit: jgi)
22:41:53  * kunalspathakjoined
22:43:59  <kunalspathak>jbergstroem, rvagg - Is anyone looking into this? https://github.com/nodejs/build/issues/814
22:51:24  * node-ghjoined
22:51:25  * node-ghpart
22:54:20  <rvagg>Fishrock123: if 8.2.1 didn't build on arm could you submit the build job again with original parameters. You can then individually cancel all but armv6, or you can leave it and I can manually delete the other assets from staging before you promote.
22:54:48  <Fishrock123>That's what I was thinking but it didn't seem to build at all after that
22:55:29  <rvagg>Fishrock123: oh, right, I see now, one is "offline" and the other says disk full
22:55:32  <rvagg>Fishrock123: fixing
22:58:01  <rvagg>DOH! it's cause NFS wasn't mounting, no wonder it's been having space problems
23:02:36  <rvagg>should be coming back online soon if this works
23:03:00  * node-ghjoined
23:03:01  * node-ghpart
23:05:04  * node-ghjoined
23:05:04  * node-ghpart
23:44:04  * Fishrock123quit (Remote host closed the connection)