TL;DR: APT repo switched off due to excessive load / traffic
Recently we realized that APT repo generates almost 95% of I/O on
llvm.org and more than 40% of network bandwidth alone. During last 2
weeks the main services on llvm.org (svn, git, bugzilla) had serious
problems with overall connectivity.
We decided to temporary switch APT repo off to see if this would help.
Stay tuned for updates.
With best regards, Anton Korobeynikov
Department of Statistical Modelling, Saint Petersburg State University
Needless to say that I'm one of those badly hurt by unavailability.
I simply cannot compile/run Scala Native since it depends on clang-3.8
Have you guys considered mirroring the APT repository?
Do you guys need a hand to investigate how your APT repository could be mirrored by, say...
Thanks a lot,
Since the APT repository is down... everything under that location is unavailable, including the instructions on how I could build/install LLVM/clang from sources. Could you guys advise, please?
How to build *LLVM* *Debian*/Ubuntu packages from *source*?
... , ensure you add to your apt.*sources* the nightly repositories for ... The *Debian* package for each *LLVM* point release is maintained as a separate SVN ...
[Search domain llvm.org] <compile llvm from sources debian site:llvm.org at DuckDuckGo <http://llvm.org/apt/building-pkgs.html>
You can quickly start here...
at least until we replace the service.
Thanks a lot for your help.
I’ve created a gist on this matter …
… which builds the latest and greatest snapshot from trunk.
But I’d like to build RELEASE_380/final.
I’ve tried to simply
sed s:trunk:tags/RELEASE_380/final:g but it seems it’s not that easy.
If possible, could you please advise how this could be done?
Thanks a lot,
I was able to download RELEASE_380/final.
I don’t know exactly what I did wrong previously.
Thanks a lot for your help! Cheers