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Building on asteria.caelum.ci.dev

(from ocaml/opam:debian-unstable)
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/: (user (uid 1000) (gid 1000))

/: (env OPAMPRECISETRACKING 1)

/: (env OPAMUTF8 never)

/: (env OPAMEXTERNALSOLVER builtin-0install)

/: (env OPAMCRITERIA +removed)

/: (run (shell "sudo ln -f /usr/bin/opam-dev /usr/bin/opam"))
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/: (run (network host)
        (shell "rm -rf ~/opam-repository && git clone -q 'https://github.com/ocaml/opam-repository' ~/opam-repository && git -C ~/opam-repository checkout -q 3bcb45c36ed254e850b498bff678e3e5848b23e1"))
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/: (run (shell "rm -rf ~/.opam && opam init -ya --bare --config ~/.opamrc-sandbox ~/opam-repository"))
Configuring from /home/opam/.opamrc-sandbox, then /home/opam/.opamrc, and finally from built-in defaults.
Checking for available remotes: rsync and local, git.
  - you won't be able to use mercurial repositories unless you install the hg command on your system.
  - you won't be able to use darcs repositories unless you install the darcs command on your system.


<><> Fetching repository information ><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
[default] Initialised

User configuration:
  ~/.profile is already up-to-date.
[NOTE] Make sure that ~/.profile is well sourced in your ~/.bashrc.

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/: (run (cache (opam-archives (target /home/opam/.opam/download-cache)))
        (network host)
        (shell "opam switch create --repositories=default '4.10' '4.10.2'"))

<><> Installing new switch packages <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
Switch invariant: ["ocaml-base-compiler" {= "4.10.2"} | "ocaml-system" {= "4.10.2"}]

<><> Processing actions <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
-> retrieved ocaml-config.1  (cached)
-> installed base-bigarray.base
-> installed base-threads.base
-> installed base-unix.base
-> retrieved ocaml-base-compiler.4.10.2  (cached)
-> installed ocaml-base-compiler.4.10.2
-> installed ocaml-config.1
-> installed ocaml.4.10.2
Done.
# Run eval $(opam env --switch=4.10) to update the current shell environment
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/: (run (network host)
        (shell "opam update --depexts"))
+ /usr/bin/sudo "apt-get" "update"
- Get:1 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable InRelease [198 kB]
- Get:2 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages.diff/Index [63.6 kB]
- Get:3 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages T-2024-06-30-1411.31-F-2024-06-27-0211.32.pdiff [248 kB]
- Get:3 http://deb.debian.org/debian unstable/main amd64 Packages T-2024-06-30-1411.31-F-2024-06-27-0211.32.pdiff [248 kB]
- Fetched 510 kB in 2s (339 kB/s)
- Reading package lists...
- 
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/: (run (cache (opam-archives (target /home/opam/.opam/download-cache)))
        (network host)
        (shell  "\
               \nopam remove -y \"blake2.0.3\"\
               \nopam install -vy \"blake2.0.3\"\
               \nres=$?\
               \nif [ $res = 31 ]; then\
               \n    if opam show -f x-ci-accept-failures: \"blake2.0.3\" | grep -q '\"debian-unstable\"'; then\
               \n        echo \"This package failed and has been disabled for CI using the 'x-ci-accept-failures' field.\"\
               \n        exit 69\
               \n    fi\
               \nfi\
               \n\
               \n\
               \nexit $res\
               \n"))
Nothing to do.
[NOTE] blake2.0.3 is not installed.

The following actions will be performed:
=== install 2 packages
  - install blake2 0.3
  - install dune   2.9.3 [required by blake2]

<><> Processing actions <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
Processing  1/6: [blake2.0.3: extract]
Processing  2/6: [blake2.0.3: extract] [dune.2.9.3: extract]
-> retrieved blake2.0.3  (cached)
Processing  2/6: [dune.2.9.3: extract]
-> retrieved dune.2.9.3  (cached)
Processing  3/6: [dune: ocaml bootstrap.ml]
+ /home/opam/.opam/opam-init/hooks/sandbox.sh "build" "ocaml" "bootstrap.ml" "-j" "255" (CWD=/home/opam/.opam/4.10/.opam-switch/build/dune.2.9.3)
- ocamlc -output-complete-exe -w -24 -g -o .duneboot.exe -I boot unix.cma boot/libs.ml boot/duneboot.ml
- ./.duneboot.exe -j 255
- 

Processing  3/6: [dune: ./dune.exe build]
+ /home/opam/.opam/opam-init/hooks/sandbox.sh "build" "./dune.exe" "build" "-p" "dune" "--profile" "dune-bootstrap" "-j" "255" (CWD=/home/opam/.opam/4.10/.opam-switch/build/dune.2.9.3)
-> compiled  dune.2.9.3
-> installed dune.2.9.3
Processing  5/6: [blake2: dune build]
+ /home/opam/.opam/opam-init/hooks/sandbox.sh "build" "dune" "build" "-j" "255" "-p" "blake2" (CWD=/home/opam/.opam/4.10/.opam-switch/build/blake2.0.3)
- Info: Creating file dune-project with this contents:
- | (lang dune 2.9)
- | (name blake2)
- File "src/dune", line 6, characters 25-41:
- 6 |    (names    blake2b-ref blake2b-bindings)
-                              ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
- Warning: The flag set for these foreign sources overrides the `:standard` set
- of flags. However the flags in this standard set are still added to the
- compiler arguments by Dune. This might cause unexpected issues. You can
- disable this warning by defining the option `(use_standard_c_and_cxx_flags
- <bool>)` in your `dune-project` file. Setting this option to `true` will
- effectively prevent Dune from silently adding c-flags to the compiler
- arguments which is the new recommended behaviour.
- File "src/dune", line 6, characters 13-24:
- 6 |    (names    blake2b-ref blake2b-bindings)
-                  ^^^^^^^^^^^
- Warning: The flag set for these foreign sources overrides the `:standard` set
- of flags. However the flags in this standard set are still added to the
- compiler arguments by Dune. This might cause unexpected issues. You can
- disable this warning by defining the option `(use_standard_c_and_cxx_flags
- <bool>)` in your `dune-project` file. Setting this option to `true` will
- effectively prevent Dune from silently adding c-flags to the compiler
- arguments which is the new recommended behaviour.
-> compiled  blake2.0.3
-> installed blake2.0.3
Done.
# Run eval $(opam env) to update the current shell environment
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Job succeeded