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Re: [ecf-dev] R-HEAD build failing
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2016 21:58:07 -0800
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After a couple of more runs, the R-HEAD-sdk.feature build is still
failing as per below (with java.lang.SecurityException).
It seems to me it could be related to the changes in the pack200...e.g
with java versions (7 and 8) as the httpclient bundle from Orbit was
updated in our build in response to request in , and obviously it's
an httpclient bundle/class that seems to offend in the stack trace.
Also we are running java6 pack200 and I believe that Orbit bundles are
now built with java8 pack200. See  for discussion about this on
If anyone else has an idea of what's going on with this exception please
let all know or ways to further diagnose, please let all know.
The most recent R-HEAD-sdk.feature build that failed is here . See
the Console Output and search for 'SHA-256 for the error in context. It
occurs after the EF signer is done and the repo is scp'd back.
Unfortunately this means that we won't be able to release 3.12.1
tomorrow/Wednesday, as this builder is the only build job (currently)
that signs the output, and we need to sign the output to have it
considered a valid release.
On 1/12/2016 12:47 PM, Scott Lewis wrote:
The R-HEAD (release) build is failing...toward the very end (after
compile, packaging, and signing AFAICT). Here's the top of the stack
for first error:
since it contains no classes and no nested jars to pack
Doing full workspace refresh
Cancel jobs that are known to run indefinitely...
Waiting for jobs to end
SHA-256 digest error for
As you can see it's complaining about HttpCacheEntry.
Is it possible because we are using the more recent version of
HttpClient from Orbit? I thought I might have seen something on
cross-projects some time ago (months) about the signing being changed.
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