Bug#844431: Revised patch: seeking seconds
holger at layer-acht.org
Tue Aug 15 19:57:27 UTC 2017
On Tue, Aug 15, 2017 at 09:05:29PM +0300, Adrian Bunk wrote:
> Is identical building on any kernel required (and tested)?
no and no.
it's only required that the results is reproducible, that is bit by bit identical…
> Will every reproducible package in buster build identical on the
> bullseye+1 kernel 2022.11.321 ? 
my crystal ball is broken, sorry…
>  the wheezy LTS updates are now built on buildds running stretch
> kernels, and in buster we will have the similar situation that
> nearly everyting in the initial release will be built on stretch
> kernels while post-release updates will be built on buster,
> bullseye and bullseye+1 kernels
there surely are situations where different kernels (much like different
libraries) will cause variations in the build artifacts. many times it
will not matter and sometimes it will and we don't really have much experience
with that *yet*.
I'm inclined to file a bug report against dpkg to document the kernel
used in the .buildinfo files and (hereby) am asking the reproducible builds team
for comments / advice on this.
And probably we should amend debian-policy for this too, but I also
think we'd rather do this via a new bug report at some later point in time.
Thanks, Adrian, for making sure we don't forget (this pretty old aspect).
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