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x/build: reenable darwin-386-* builders #17009

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bradfitz opened this issue Sep 7, 2016 · 0 comments

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commented Sep 7, 2016

I disabled the darwin-386-* builders temporarily, pending some refactoring of the build coordinator to separate out builder machine types vs build configs. Right now we only have one type of thing, which means there are separate pools, and buildlet reuse is trickier.

Clean that up, and redo the dashboard/builders.go to have a distinction of machine types and build types.

There might be a dupe bug about this, but this one tracks darwin-386-* at least.

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cmd/coordinator, dashboard: switch to new VMWare-based OS X builders
Ignore the old darwin-{amd64,386}-10_10 builders. Don't give them an
error, but pretend they don't exist.

Also: switch trybots from OS X 10.10 to OS X 10.11, and re-enable
sharding. Let's hope for the best. See golang/go#12979.

This also enables subrepo tests for all OS X versions.

darwin-386-* is currently offline, pending some golang/go#17009

Updates golang/go#9495 (OS X virtualization)

Change-Id: I4d53a79087404b5e8051d1aff0c668a92625f442
Reviewed-on: https://go-review.googlesource.com/28583
Reviewed-by: Brad Fitzpatrick <bradfitz@golang.org>

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