Online ImageBuilder and Upgrade Server


#61

Mord than 70GB of images were created and the server had no storage left. Eventually I'll move the service to a bigger machine


#62

70GB.. The service you provide is more popular than I thought :slight_smile:

I'm getting build fails again for snapshot, even with waiting for 24hrs FYI.

Again, appreciate your effort and time.


#63

People tend to not only build an image once, but build 9 slightly changed versions of it. However I'm happy they do, I'll just have to move to a bigger storage....

Please provide details when reporting bugs, what target/subtarget? Maybe a buildlog?
Generally, please create issues on GitHub instead of posting here, thanks :slight_smile:


#64

I do not see an option for x86-64, as in the list that Openwrt produces

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#65

Hello @aparcar.

I'm having problem to compile snapshot build for my wr840 v4 too. The manifest shows a problem with Mt76 driver dependencies.

You can access this log on the server?

Juliano


#66

Hello @aparcar.

I tried to compile a new firmware now , the manifest.log shows this erros:

Collected errors:
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for zram-swap:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package zram-swap.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for sqm-scripts-extra:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package sqm-scripts-extra.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for ppp-mod-pppoe:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package ppp-mod-pppoe.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for luci-app-upnp:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package luci-app-upnp.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for luci:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package luci.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for kmod-mt76:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package kmod-mt76.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for kmod-leds-gpio:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package kmod-leds-gpio.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for kmod-ipt-offload:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package kmod-ipt-offload.
 * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for kmod-gpio-button-hotplug:
 * 	kernel (= 4.14.74-1-1d3aa8bc4469e6816f0603da2e58073e) * 
 * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package kmod-gpio-button-hotplug.
make[2]: *** [package_install] Error 255
make[1]: *** [_call_manifest] Error 2
make: *** [manifest] Error 2

I open a new issue on github too, ok?
Juliano


#67

Please check the GitHub issue


#68

Thanks for reporting, the problem is that the profile for x86 is always Generic and somewhat hides between other profiles of other targets which are also only called "Generic". I therefore added a the target/subtarget in those cases in the dropdown menu, please check.
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#69

I think you had the same problem as @julianocs had, please try again.


#70

Yep, looks good!

Thanks very much !


#71

nope :confused:

left failog.txt link on github as you suggested previously.


#72

Hello @aparcar

Tried now, it works! Thank you very much.
I closed the issue in github, ok?

Juliano


#73

This is fantastic thanks so much. I love how I can just test builds so quick and easy to see they if they fit. Would be nice to have disable IPv6 and PPPOE option and also just the Luci Essentials.


#74

is online image builder DOWN it seems not working


#75

Please retry, there where some server issues


#76

I'm happy you like the service, please spread the word.

You can modify the packages, therefore disable PPPOE or Luci, however for IPv6 some options in the .config of the ImageBuilder needs to be changed. While this is possible, it's pretty much extra work. If this is really needed please create an issue on GitHub containing a list of "changeable" config options


#77

Hi, what should I remove to make a custom build with sqm and basic scripts for my wr740n ?


#78

Hi, I tried to build a firmware for your mentioned device and it seems to work, see here.

I don't know what you mean by sqm nor basic scripts. Please open an issue in GitHub wit a feature request :slight_smile:


#80

OpenWrt/LEDE has pre-built packages for controlling Bufferbloat - the undesirable latency that arises when the router buffers too much data. OpenWrt calls this SQM, although it's also called “active queue management” - AQM


#81

18.06.2 now supported via Chef :slight_smile: