Updated at: 2020-10-22 12:09:29+00:00
- succeeded: Package has built successfully and can be used to build further packages.
- failed: The package does not build successfully. No packages have been created. Packages that depend on this package will be built using any previously created packages, if they exist.
- unresolvable: The build can not begin, because required packages are either missing or not explicitly defined.
- broken: The sources either contain no build description (e.g. specfile), automatic source processing failed or a merge conflict does exist.
- blocked: This package waits for other packages to be built. These can be in the same or other projects.
- scheduled: A package has been marked for building, but the build has not started yet.
- dispatching: A package is being copied to a build host. This is an intermediate state before building.
- building: The package is currently being built.
- signing: The package has been built successfully and is assigned to get signed.
- finished: The package has been built and signed, but has not yet been picked up by the scheduler. This is an intermediate state prior to 'succeeded' or 'failed'.
- disabled: The package has been disabled from building in project or package metadata.
- excluded: The package build has been disabled in package build description (for example in the .spec file) or does not provide a matching build description for the target.
- unknown: The scheduler has not yet evaluated this package. Should be a short intermediate state for new packages.