Well now, without making any changes I can't get it to break anymore. dammit.
I have done a recompile though, so maybe I had something out of whack.
it's been testing for 6 hours now with no errors. I'll leave it overnight and see what happens.
> it's just occured to me that i don't know how to back out anything in bk. the extent of my knowledge of bk begins and ends with 'bk pull'.
> i tried bk cset -x... but it asked me some questions I don't have an answer for. Can you give me a hint?
Strange -- I jsut tried this and it didn't ask me any questions:
iap10 > bk cset -x41051ec1NERNxLF017rAWe7ljBk92w
ChangeSet 1.1161 exc: 1.1128.2.1 -> 1.1162
linux-2.4.26-xen-sparse/include/linux/blkdev.h 1.6 exc: 1.1,1.0 -> 1.7: 0 lines
linux-2.4.26-xen-sparse/include/asm-xen/pci.h 1.9 exc: 1.4 -> 1.10: 302 lines
ChangeSet revision 1.1162: +2 -0 = 7633
Sending ChangeSet log ...
> Also, if i've tinkered with my local repository at any point, how do I completely resync it?
There's probably some clever way of doing it, but I'd just re
clone it with 'bk clone bk://xen.bkbits.net/xeno-unstable.bk'.