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<MichaelRaskin> Hm, it is still possible for evaluations to create no build jobs?
<LnL> what do you mean exactly
<MichaelRaskin> Looking at ofborg grafana
<MichaelRaskin> Apparently the last evaluation to finish has not created any build jobs.
<LnL> checks complete and builds received looks pretty 1 to 1 to me
<MichaelRaskin> Oh, evaluations in the evaluation count graph are single steps of eval checks?
<LnL> you mean in progress evals?
<MichaelRaskin> Yes
<LnL> no I think that's one step per eval
<LnL> but if the corresponding build job takes 0.1s to figure out it can't build anything nothing in progress might show up on that graph
<MichaelRaskin> That's true.
<MichaelRaskin> But the eval finishing around 10:55 also did not lead to a Check Complete (if I read the graph correctly)
<MichaelRaskin> (10:55 UTC)
<LnL> I think that's the same data
<LnL> just represented differently, with the in progress graph you can't really see when something new started unless the queue was empty
<LnL> pending went down by one and there's a tick for both checks and builds
<LnL> this the time range you're talking about?
<MichaelRaskin> Hmmm
<MichaelRaskin> If I zoom in, more «Check Complete» dots appear
<LnL> also I think a mismatch is possible, pretty sure builds are not started if evaluation fails
<LnL> I'd love to also get some data from the queue itself tho, this currently only includes the ofborg instances
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<cole-h> OK, I think I'm satisfied with #482 now. If anybody wants to take another quick look, that would be swell.
<{^_^}> https://github.com/NixOS/ofborg/pull/482 (by cole-h, 3 days ago, open): "Not you: team." (Rework README)
<LnL> hmm, why doesn't @ofborg autocomplete?
<cole-h> Because it's an org, IIRC
<cole-h> Try to just `@NixOS`, won't work either
<cole-h> But it will still linkify in the preview and comment
<cole-h> A better example might be your test org: `@eb6cb83a-cf75-4e88-a11a-ce117467d8ae`
<LnL> ah :/
<cole-h> Which is why it was suggested ~yesterday to see if we can switch ofborg to a regular user (which GH's docs say is possible)
<cole-h> (Maybe 2 days ago -- sense of time is slipping, and I never really had one anyways...)
<cole-h> (Only slightly related, but how were those uuid-looking things generated?)
<LnL> oh heh, I think that was for testing the maintainer stuff :)
<cole-h> Yep, it was :P
* LnL wonders how you know that
<LnL> I barely remember that
<{^_^}> eb6cb83a-cf75-4e88-a11a-ce117467d8ae/4ec54bd9-c707-4238-bc46-48596d6d7659#4 (by grahamc, 1 year ago, open): 21ac12f7-d8d0-4058-a9d8-ff1fc1eb09ad
<LnL> ah :D
<cole-h> :D
<LnL> I wonder how confused somebody would get if you just send them that pr
<LnL> uuids everywhere :p
<cole-h> lol
<cole-h> I was certainly confused the first time I looked at your profile
* cole-h sees uuid-looking org
<cole-h> >> ????
* cole-h goes to uuid-named org
<cole-h> >> ????
* cole-h goes to uuid-named repo and click on uuid-named PR with uuid-body, uuid-contents, and uuid-comments
<cole-h> >> ??????????????
<MichaelRaskin> Number stations!
<cole-h> Basically how it went, until I saw the reference to the RFC
<LnL> hehe
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