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12:03:58  <targos>hey, does anyone know which version of Clang is used on the osx build bots?
12:07:51  <targos>and if possible on which LLVM it is based
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13:10:37  <refack>targos: there's only one test-bot, and it has `Apple LLVM version 7.0.2 (clang-700.1.81)`
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13:12:38  <targos>refack: thanks. Do you know if it supports -std=gnu++11 ?
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13:16:43  <refack>Docs say even 14
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13:25:43  <refack>targos: commented with some background on the 945 issue. But if V8 has bumped the requirements that's a great incentive for us to haul a$$
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17:54:08  <seishun>hey, does anyone know what's blocking https://github.com/nodejs/build/pull/809 ? anything I can do to help move it forward?
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18:58:53  <refack>seishun: I'm commenting in the issue. The only thing before landing is we don't want this to run on the "release" CentOS6x32 machine.
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20:32:43  <Trott>rvagg joaocgreis I took test-requireio_chrislea-debian7-arm_pi1p-1 offline. Consistent build errors as seen at (for example) https://ci.nodejs.org/job/node-test-binary-arm/11196/RUN_SUBSET=5,label=pi1-raspbian-wheezy/console. Here's the output:
20:34:25  <Trott>https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/H4Mu9GUZ/
20:34:39  <Trott>Better URL, more recent failure: https://ci.nodejs.org/job/node-test-binary-arm/11223/RUN_SUBSET=0,label=pi1-raspbian-wheezy/console
20:35:54  <refack>Trott: I was thinking, will detecting such infra failures and marking job as yellow be better?
20:36:44  <Trott>Immediate gut-level reaction: I'd rather they be red. Yellow will get ignored and that's as good as not having the host there at all.
20:36:56  <refack>K
20:37:10  <Trott>But that's not a thoughtful reaction. Just an immediate one. :-D
20:38:00  <refack>If we had a list of "offlineable" offences the machine should take itself offline, and ping us
20:38:34  <refack>And maybe report to Jenkins status "infra fail"
20:38:46  <refack>So people don't have to dig into the console
20:45:06  <Trott>That would be cool.
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21:55:26  <refack>Trott: BTW `failed to remove out/Release/.nfs00000000000f537d000002f9` means there's a `[node] <defunct>` zombie
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23:17:07  <rvagg>maybe, did you confirm that refack?
23:17:22  <refack>yesy
23:17:24  <refack>yes
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