rt build can't access build product of std build

Bug #1812267 reported by Michel Thebeau [WIND] on 2019-01-17
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This bug affects 1 person
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
StarlingX
Low
Abraham Arce

Bug Description

Title
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rt build can't access build product of std build

Brief Description
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An RT package wants to access a devel package produced by the STD build. This is currently prohibited. Initially this prevented RT kernel modules from building against the STD kernel-devel package.

And example is rdma-core package presented in both rt and std builds. cgcs-dpdk uses a header file (ibverbs.h) which is provided by rdma-core-devel

Severity
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Minor

Steps to Reproduce
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Inspect build output:
ls {rt,std}/rpmbuild/RPMS/rdma-core*

Expected Behavior
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A package for rt build can access std build developement packages, while rt builds that must refer to rt specific packages will do so correctly

Actual Behavior
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A package is built for rt that is not required specifically for rt

Reproducibility
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Reproducible

System Configuration
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Build

Branch/Pull Time/Commit
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2019-01-16_20-18-01
starlingx/master

Timestamp/Logs
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N/A

Ken Young (kenyis) on 2019-01-18
Changed in starlingx:
assignee: nobody → Cesar Lara (clara1)
tags: added: six.build
tags: added: stx.build
removed: six.build
Ken Young (kenyis) on 2019-01-18
Changed in starlingx:
importance: Undecided → Medium
Ghada Khalil (gkhalil) wrote :

As discussed with Ken, this is a minor build issue and does not gate any release

Changed in starlingx:
status: New → Triaged
tags: added: stx.2019.03
Changed in starlingx:
importance: Medium → Low
tags: removed: stx.2019.03
Abraham Arce (xe1gyq) on 2019-06-13
Changed in starlingx:
assignee: Cesar Lara (clara1) → Abraham Arce (xe1gyq)
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