Comment 6 for bug 496574

On Monday 07 June 2010 12:44:29 Tom Haddon wrote:
> Maybe we should be approaching it slightly differently. What causes a
> "Fault 8002"? If we don't exactly know, perhaps that's where the focus
> of this bug should be...

It's a genuine error on the slave, and this is how Twisted XMLRPC materialises
it on the client (buildd-manager) side.

It could be a bunch of different problems but it usually indicates a fatal
problem on the slave, such as a coding error or something similiar that leads
to an exception. Disabling the builder is the right thing to do until we work
out what the problem is. In this particular case, we need to investigate more
though, I suspect that Twisted is throwing a wobbly somewhere.