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Date:      Thu, 18 Sep 2014 08:41:03 +0200
From:      Matthias Apitz <>
Subject:   Re: A lot of pkg problems
Message-ID:  <20140918064103.GA1195@tiny-r269739>
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El día Wednesday, September 17, 2014 a las 03:56:58PM +0100, Arthur Chance escribió:

> > Thanks. Is this with a recent version of poudriere. The presentation of
> > the logs has changed to use 'json'. See here:
> root@arthur:1# poudriere version
> 3.0.17

I'm using a poudriere version 3.1pre from around mid of August (I have
not updated since this the host itself, only the ports tree in the

> I tend to upgrade at weekends, so haven't got yesterday's 3.0.18 version.
> >
> My logs are plain text and I see nothing in that link that suggests they 
> should be JSON. Are you sure that's the link you meant? It was last 
> updated 2013-07-16 so wouldn't contain anything new.

Yes, at the very end in the mime types. Check also this page:
"... There’s even a very useful JSON-based web frontend to poudriere
that’s included. Point your webserver or FTP server to show
/usr/local/poudriere/data/logs/bulk/91x64/latest and take a look. This
is an easy way to monitor the status of bulk port builds without looking
at the terminal. ..."

As I said, until now I could make this working, maybe because it's
nearly at the end of my todo list :-)


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