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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen-4.1-testing fails to "make tools"

On Fri, 2012-04-27 at 16:58 +0100, misiu godfrey wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 8:23 AM, Ian Campbell
> <Ian.Campbell@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>         > Are you using the staging or non-staging version? What was
>         the exact URL 
>         > you cloned?
> I have, to my knowledge, been using the non-staging version.
> The exact URL I have been cloning is:
> "http://xenbits.xen.org/hg/xen-4.1-testing.hg";

That is the non-staging tree, good.

>         [...]
>         > + git checkout -b dummy
>         a2d2123a7dfc4d116011d51f48df786a3b853537
>         > fatal: reference is not a tree:
>         > a2d2123a7dfc4d116011d51f48df786a3b853537
>         This seems to be there now and it "works for me" (tm). Might
>         just have
>         been skew with the staging tree -- can you try again?
> I just re-ran "make world" on both of my machines to the
> same erroneous result.  Specifically, I am running two Debian 6
> machines, one of which is in a VMware virtual machine running over
> Windows 7 (for testing), and the other is a Sun Ultra 40.

I use Debian 6 too, without issue, so I surmise this isn't a git issue.

If you cd into the ioemu-remote dir then what do:
        git show a2d2123a7dfc4d116011d51f48df786a3b853537
        git show origin/master

What happens if you then run "git fetch origin" in that dir?

>From the top-level what does "make tools/ioemu-dir-force-update" do?

Last resort you could try nuking the ioemu-remote dir and rebuilding.


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