On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 06:04:47PM +0200, Joshua Sierles wrote:
Toggle quote (6 lines)> I tried 'guix pull' and it worked fine. Then, tried using a git commit> from master's tip, which should be the same contents. This link contains> the outputs for both attempts.> > https://gist.github.com/jsierles/0177424733612947d61af8533084841e
For everyone's reference, the failing command was: $ guix pull --url=https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/guix.git/snapshot/d5ff67f411a6a91f2cfa589d185fbc025046f1db.tar.gz It failed like this: ------loading... 25.4% of 607 filesrandom seed for tests: 1499787464loading... 99.8% of 607 filescompiling... 88.8% of 607 filescompiling... 89.3% of 607 filesice-9/threads.scm:289:22: In procedure loop:ice-9/threads.scm:289:22: Syntax error:guix/scripts.scm:116:4: >>=: >>= (bind) used outside of 'with-monad' in form (>>= (package->derivation package #:graft? (and (not dry-run?) grafting?)) (lambda (t-24216c5d7b7f7de-597) (mlet* %store-monad () (let ((derivation t-24216c5d7b7f7de-597)) (mbegin %store-monad (maybe-build (list derivation) #:use-substitutes? use-substitutes? #:dry-run? dry-run?) (return (show-derivation-outputs derivation)))))))------
As Ludo mentioned on IRC, this issue could be caused by parallelcompilation on our 64-core server. At first it seemed related to usingthe '--url' option, but I just was able to reproduce this problem usingonly 'guix pull'. I'll look into how I can reduce the number of coresused for compilation and report back. If this is the case, would this still be considered a bug? -- Joshua Sierles firstname.lastname@example.org
Toggle quote (8 lines)> As Ludo mentioned on IRC, this issue could be caused by parallel> compilation on our 64-core server. At first it seemed related to using> the '--url' option, but I just was able to reproduce this problem using> only 'guix pull'. I'll look into how I can reduce the number of cores> used for compilation and report back.>> If this is the case, would this still be considered a bug?