cfbolz changed the topic of #pypy to: #pypy PyPy, the flexible snake | IRC logs: and | Matti: I made a bit of progress, the tests now only segfault towards the end
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<cfbolz> mattip: I would be a bit worried about the patch in that it might jiggle around the 65k line limit per C file
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<mattip> right, the cbuild.convert_sources_to_files() should really be checking that somehow and splitting up too-long-files
<mattip> are we close to that limit today?
<cfbolz> mattip: we *are* splitting things
<cfbolz> but splitting things into smaller pieces is potentially bad for the information the C compiler has
<cfbolz> (we should try thin lto at some point, regular lto always ran out of memory/time the last time we tried it, I think?)
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<fijal> hey, buildmaster is experiencing issues
<fijal> (possibly)
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<mattip> thanks for the heads up
<mattip> anything we can do to lessen the load?
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<mattip> hmm, buildbot going down exposed a failure in the caching
<mattip> it is giving a 503
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<mattip> EWDurbin: I thought was doing its own caching, but it seems that caching reqiures a valid source
<cfbolz> I suppose EWDurbin is busy at pycon
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<arigato> can anyone help me with docker? I've been fighting for a while now and I have still no clue
<arigato> basically I've got a running docker container on a machine, and I'd like to move it and continue running it elsewhere
<arigato> I'm fine shutting it down and restarting the processes in the container
<arigato> I just don't manage to do that
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<agronholm> arigato: what would you preserve from the container? the changes to the file system on top of the image?
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<LarstiQ> then you can either docker push/pull or to transfer a tarball
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<arigato> LarstiQ: thank you!
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