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10:01:36  <seishun>[resending to account for timezones] hey, what's the status of https://github.com/nodejs/build/pull/1094? cc rvagg_
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17:52:24  <Trott>Raspberry Pi seems to be having perma-red problems.... rvagg_
17:57:20  <Trott>Looks like the problem may be test-requireio_williamkapke-debian8-arm_pi3-2.
17:57:56  <Trott>Took it offline.
17:58:45  <Trott>Oh and test-requireio_davglass-debian8-arm_pi3-1 seems problematic too. Taking that one offline too. That should get the Raspberry Pi devices back to green, I hope.
18:00:43  <Trott>Automation idea (or maybe there's already a feature for this in Jenkins or a plugin?): Mark a node offline if it fails more than N number of times consecutively and there are other nodes available in the same pool that are not failing? Some potential risks there but also some possible big upside.
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23:44:58  <rvagg_>Trott: I agree, I'd love a thing to take failing nodes offline but it's a matter of someone coding that up, unless someone can find a plugin to do it. It'd be great for the Pi's
23:46:00  <rvagg_>Trott: pi instability might be my fault, I'm not sure how but I have been tinkering with the cluster since yesterday so I may have to take blame ... fwiw