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build/ops: running fdupes unnecessarily #5223

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smithfarm commented Jul 14, 2015 do not run fdupes, even on SLE/openSUSE
In openSUSE there is a policy to use %fdupes in the spec file if RPMLINT
complains about duplicate files wasting space in the filesystem.

However, RPMLINT is not so complaining, so drop fdupes. Fixes: #12301

Signed-off-by: Nathan Cutler <>
(cherry picked from commit 53072b9)

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ghost commented Jul 14, 2015

second occurrence of this false negative in two days. If that frequency is confirmed I'll backport the necessary changes.

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smithfarm commented Sep 4, 2015

@ktdreyer And in hammer, too?

@ktdreyer ktdreyer merged commit cdde626 into ceph:hammer Sep 4, 2015

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Merge pull request #5223 from SUSE/wip-12305-hammer running fdupes unnecessarily

Reviewed-by: Ken Dreyer <>

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ktdreyer commented Sep 4, 2015


@smithfarm smithfarm deleted the SUSE:wip-12305-hammer branch Sep 5, 2015

@ghost ghost changed the title running fdupes unnecessarily build/ops: running fdupes unnecessarily Sep 13, 2015

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