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pete_dushenski: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=03-09-2015#1261305 << figuring out rotor, hell even pgp, was markedly more challenging. i'd put 'nappy ☝︎
punkman: we maybe could have bug-to-bug compatibility between bitcoinds built with rotor, but otherwise when did bitcoind have bug-to-bug compatibility across versions of itself, openssl, bdb, etc
assbot: Logged on 29-08-2015 20:47:31; mod6: ;;later tell davout You did test out rotor w/TEST2 or stator this month right? Or did I mis-remember that?
mod6: but built with rotor, cool. what OS?
danielpbarron: Bitcoin version 0.5.4-beta << I'm currently running this, made with the rotor instructions
mod6: yup, that's required on every system that i've encountered when built with the `rotor'.
mod6: ;;later tell danielpbarron You did test out rotor w/TEST2 or stator this month right? Or did I mis-remember that?
mod6: ;;later tell jurov You did test out rotor w/TEST2 or stator this month right? Or did I mis-remember that?
mod6: ;;later tell punkman You did test out rotor w/TEST2 or stator this month right? Or did I mis-remember that?
mod6: ;;later tell davout You did test out rotor w/TEST2 or stator this month right? Or did I mis-remember that? ☟︎
hanbot: in latest ml adventure, rotor-test2 for i686 makes a static bitcoind that gives sigill w/ LC_ALL=C (and won't run w/o it): http://dpaste.com/0J6HXAH
assbot: Logged on 23-08-2015 17:32:45; mod6: my rotor+TEST2 has fully sync'd on gentoo. (3rd full sync with -verifyall)
mod6: my rotor+TEST2 has fully sync'd on gentoo. (3rd full sync with -verifyall) ☟︎
mod6: hanbot is testing out my i686 changes for buildroot/rotor.sh - even got a script for it. so that's p-cool.
danielpbarron: mod6, http://danielpbarron.com/v0.5.4-TEST1.txt << you want I should run this one rather than the result of my rotor_quest?
danielpbarron: rotor feels like a "safe space" to borrow some redditard terminology
danielpbarron: btw I got stator to build with the rotor toolkit and it is currently syncing and up to 153k blocks
danielpbarron: http://danielpbarron.com/rotor_quest.txt
BingoBoingo: joecool: With the anticipated spam attacks ideally you will want to bolt the Ophanage amputation and thermonuke modifications to whatever you choose. Also make sure you fix the BDB locks problem in your chose codebase. Anything post 0.3.21 and pre 0.8 should be fine. If you don't have particular things you fuss over 0.5.4'stator/rotor' is probably as close to idea as you will come
assbot: 176 results for 'rotor' : http://s.b-a.link/?q=rotor
danielpbarron: !s rotor
mod6: another crazy thing is this BDB configure script. i got rotor to build on i686 with TEST2. but the crazy thing is that it seems to compile just fine when BDB has --host=x86_64-linux OR --host=i386-linux but NOT without a --host=<SOMETHING>
hanbot: "orchestra" supercedes "rotor" which supercedes "stator", and the v versioning system is usable (as-is) for "orchestra" only, correct?
mircea_popescu: <Adlai> so where do i begin with this bitcoin thing? << get stator/rotor going, is a start.
assbot: Logged on 15-08-2015 00:54:18; pete_dushenski: since scoopbot_revived seems to have been asleep at the wheel earlier today : http://www.contravex.com/2015/08/14/of-trumpets-and-trombones/ http://www.contravex.com/2015/08/14/the-user-and-the-rotor/
thestringpuller: (when running rotor.sh)
thestringpuller: make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/thestringpuller/real_bitcoin/rotor/buildroot-2015.05/output/build/host-gcc-initial-4.9.2/build/gcc'
assbot: Logged on 11-08-2015 19:12:55; hanbot: shinohai: hanbot compiled pogo ? O.o << nein. have built stator "manually" as of last night, tho still need to verify runs as expected, after which will put together notes. have not pogo-ed, rotor trial to come. (ubuntu 10.04 32bit + mod6's gracious help)
mod6: So, if anyone wants to try out these automated cucumber tests on v0.5.4-TEST2 w/rotor ; I have some recipes that work on: ubuntu 10.04, deb6/7/8 and gentoo. Just send me a PM and I'll work with you on it.
asciilifeform: and place it in rotor/stator
cazalla: asciilifeform, in your rotor guide, can you help me understand what step 6 asks me to do?
assbot: The user and the rotor. | Contravex: A blog by Pete Dushenski ... ( http://bit.ly/1hDjA2d )
pete_dushenski: since scoopbot_revived seems to have been asleep at the wheel earlier today : http://www.contravex.com/2015/08/14/of-trumpets-and-trombones/ http://www.contravex.com/2015/08/14/the-user-and-the-rotor/ ☟︎
asciilifeform: also note that items like 'rotor', which are not mods of bitcoin proper, are not mentioned in the orchestra.
asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=14-08-2015#1237612 << if you think therealbitcoin without rotor is rough, you haven't tried common lisp without emacs+slime... ☝︎
mircea_popescu: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=13-08-2015#1237221 << upside is massive but hard to quantify. upside is that we HAVE FOUND THE HOLES IN GCC! upside is that we know what to say about linux, and why we're saying it. upside is that we have rotor, and that we know why nobody without a rotor has a chance. upside of a sane approach is never "where it gets you", but always "where it didn't take you". ☝︎
asciilifeform: anyone still remains who tried to build rotor, but could not ?
assbot: Logged on 13-08-2015 14:44:54; pete_dushenski: shinohai: wonder of wonder, miracle of miracles, i took rotor by the hand, turned him around and - miracle of miracles - led him to the promised land !
funkenstein_: I must say the rotor is a software release like no other I have seen, yes very deterministic
pete_dushenski: ;;later tell mod6 'tevye' the debian 7 rotor lives !
pete_dushenski: shinohai: wonder of wonder, miracle of miracles, i took rotor by the hand, turned him around and - miracle of miracles - led him to the promised land ! ☟︎
assbot: Logged on 13-08-2015 06:25:25; pete_dushenski: http://dpaste.com/3VCV3R8.txt << where my 'rotor' efforts for debian 7 currently rest.
asciilifeform: http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=13-08-2015#1236905 << please post your rotor directory tree. ☝︎
pete_dushenski: http://dpaste.com/3VCV3R8.txt << where my 'rotor' efforts for debian 7 currently rest. ☟︎
pete_dushenski: ben_vulpes: did you have any 'absolute path' issues when setting up coracle ? i still haven't overcome this issue with my rotor attempts
shinohai: the new rotor script mod6 and I tried this weekend past is so easy a redditard could do it
hanbot: shinohai: hanbot compiled pogo ? O.o << nein. have built stator "manually" as of last night, tho still need to verify runs as expected, after which will put together notes. have not pogo-ed, rotor trial to come. (ubuntu 10.04 32bit + mod6's gracious help) ☟︎
mod6: ascii_field: for people who'd like to build rotor w/stator or rotor w/TEST2 on i386/i686, is there anything special that they would need to do to this file? rotor_buildroot_dot_config
mod6: ascii_field: http://thebitcoin.foundation/misc/rotor-bitcoind-TEST2-debian8-vs-gentoo-objdumps-20150811.txt
mod6: hey, if i build rotor-TEST2 on say gentoo, and someone else builds the same whole thing on debian, we get the same number of output bytes in the bin, but the checksums are different, seem to be some offset differences.
mircea_popescu: iirc she did manage rotor yest ?
mircea_popescu: shinohai what build is this, rotor ?
BingoBoingo: WHy not TEST2 in rotor?
TomServo: I'm probably too slow to be much use, but what are the current requests for testing? still TEST2? or rotor?
asciilifeform: but rotor doesn't tell you what patches to use
asciilifeform: TomServo: and yes, i recommend rotor.
TomServo: Effort better spent building rotor?
ben_vulpes: asciilifeform: i did eventually succeed with the rotor/stator combo
asciilifeform: as in, /home/schmuck/foo/bar/rotor/toolchain
mod6: <+ben_vulpes> after much derping, i have a rotor-built stator bitcoind << heeey! neat. :]
ben_vulpes: after much derping, i have a rotor-built stator bitcoind
ben_vulpes: `rotor/stattor/rotor.sh`
ben_vulpes now has 3? 4? copies of rotor.sh open
asciilifeform: (which rotor is based on)
asciilifeform: imho ought to go in some kind of logical order - iirc most folks don't even have rotor working yet.
mod6: shinohai: you built successfully with rotor-TEST2.sh on deb 8 right?
asciilifeform: rotor.sh, if you notice, sets up environment such that ~they~ and not your local system's are used for the builds
ben_vulpes: asciilifeform: is the untarred buildroot intended to live in toolchain or in the root of the rotor directory?
mod6: funkenstein_: ok this is a new one for me. what are the detalis: debian 8, x86-64... ok. is this with the rotor/stator hand build from ascii's guide with tea? or my thing I just posted a bit a go rotor-TEST2.sh?
funkenstein_: get to the rotor!
mod6: All: If you are going to build the rotor-TEST2.sh on debian be advised that you may need the following installed: build-essential curl unzip python bc rsync
mod6: http://thebitcoin.foundation/test-builds/v0.5.4/amd64/rotor-TEST2.sh
mod6: asciilifeform: only main change I had to make other than pulling down the TEST2 bundle itself was to add this: sed -i 's/bitcoin\/bitcoin\/src/bitcoin\/src/' rotor.sh
mod6: ;;later tell pete_dushenski I have a script for you to try on Debian 7 to build TEST2 with rotor. You might need to install a few minor pre-reqs. I can hold your hand if required for that part. Let me know when you have some time.
mod6: So Shinohai and I just got done testing my TEST2 bundle with rotor script. We've built successfully on: Gentoo/glibc, Ubuntu 10.04, Debian 6 and Debian 8 :: All x86_64
pete_dushenski: punkman: what would be 'something that works' for line 49 of rotor.sh ?
punkman: and you can run rotor_bitcoin_only.sh now
pete_dushenski: i'm about as n00bing as they come around here and i still feel like i'm shockingly, wonderfully close to making rotor work
punkman: open rotor.sh, look at the filepaths
pete_dushenski just noticed asciilifeform's 'if you are having locale issues' note on 'rotor' buildsheet
pete_dushenski: asciilifeform: http://dpaste.com/2D45S3S.txt << still tripping up on rotor step 9
assbot: [BTC-dev] Rotor! ... ( http://bit.ly/1InQxW4 )
pete_dushenski: Guest96371: and if you also feel like giving 'rotor' (static linux and bitcoin build) a crack : http://therealbitcoin.org/ml/btc-dev/2015-July/000133.html
asciilifeform: for the eulora folks, i will point out that the toolchain in 'rotor' could just as easily build their thing
asciilifeform: pete_dushenski: http://therealbitcoin.org/ml/btc-dev/attachments/20150727/rotor_4c86b82236ebc4926a6ace8fb8310f37b948c8f1.tar.gz << it
pete_dushenski: asciilifeform: "copy my rotor_buildroot_dot_config to the now-untarred buildroot dir as '.config'" << speaking of which, i seem to be snagged up here. can't find 'rotor_buildroot_dot_config'
pete_dushenski: just cracking away at 'rotor' over here. any you ?
mod6: was a gentoo/glibc environement -- compiled buildroot with the musl settings. didn't change anything to the "rotor" steps execept for adding the change to BDB configure options in trinque's message.
mod6: was nice to see rotor build cleanly today btw.
mod6: once we have that, and a new patch from trinque, i can complete my script and have a rotor that builds these test bundles with x86-64
mod6: ok. that's my next basic goal. build a patched bundle up through verify-all with rotor.
mod6: was thinking that next I'll work on a patched bundle up through -verify all with rotor. and then work ourselves up to a place where we feel comfortable.
asciilifeform: my rotor bundle doesn't come with a stator at all
asciilifeform: (rotor takes a stator)
mod6: asciilifeform: so, what my goal is, short term, is to produce a bundle that (similar to TEST2) is patched up through -verifyall that we can drop into the rotor, and use that for testing next.
mod6: pete_dushenski: don't bother with the testing for TEST2 (or anyone else), just work for now on building rotor.
mod6: Right, should be trying to bulid the Rotor, really.
asciilifeform: neither stator nor rotor needs these!
pete_dushenski: asciilifeform: i know you wrote rotor for a reason, of this there is little doubt, but believe it or not, your instructions aren't dumbed down enough for me
asciilifeform: rotor differs in that it is enough for you to find ~one~ box where it can be made to go