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Old 06-23-2011, 09:15 AM
Vít Ondruch
Default Build fails due to rpmdiff errors

Hello guys,

Is it possible to avoid the error I get in my build [1]? When I build on
my machine using mock for different architectures, the rpmdiff is happy.

Apparently, the issues is due to differences in underlying file systems
and therefore in order of generating of documentation. However, at the
end, it does not matter if file is numbered 125 or 264 as long as the
documentation is correct. So is there some workaround for this issue?
For example:

1) Is it possible to build different architectures on one machine, to be
sure that the filesystem order is the same?
2) Is it possible to explicitly specify that one of the -doc subpackages
is the correct one?
3) Is it possible to disable the rpmdiff and let Koji choose randomly?



[1] http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/taskinfo?taskID=3154473
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