https://tools.taskcluster.net/task-inspector/#dTvuIh14RBuz2v-HYk9zWw/ ends with [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.371Z] Exit Code: 0 [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.371Z] User Time: 0s [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.371Z] Kernel Time: 0s [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.371Z] Wall Time: 2m23.4749969s [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.372Z] Peak Memory: 1720320 [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.372Z] Result: SUCCEEDED [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.372Z] === Task Finished === [taskcluster 2017-06-06T21:21:00.372Z] Task Duration: 6m22.6110922s yet the task status is "failure". The guess is, something went awry with uploading of artifacts, but there's no logging of what that might have been.
This is fixed in later generic-worker version, which should be rolled out this week everywhere.
It looks like this was included in generic-worker 8.5.0. These worker types need upgrading (which is already underway in bug 1373722): 1) aws-provisioner-v1/gecko-t-win7-32 (generic-worker 8.2.0) 2) aws-provisioner-v1/gecko-t-win7-32-gpu (generic-worker 8.2.0) 3) aws-provisioner-v1/gecko-t-win10-64 (generic-worker 8.3.0) The remaining mainstream generic-worker worker types are already sufficiently up-to-date (i.e. >= 8.5.0): 1) releng-hardware/gecko-t-osx-1010 (generic-worker 8.5.0) 2) aws-provisioner-v1/gecko-1-b-win2012 (generic-worker 10.0.5) 3) aws-provisioner-v1/gecko-t-win10-64-gpu (generic-worker 10.0.5) 4) aws-provisioner-v1/nss-win2012r2 (generic-worker 10.0.5) 5) aws-provisioner-v1/win2012r2 (generic-worker 10.0.5)
Depends on: 1373722
I think we've long since upgraded these workers and this is fixed?
(In reply to Greg Arndt [:garndt] from comment #3) > I think we've long since upgraded these workers and this is fixed? Sadly not! :( But soon!
Fixed with the rollout in bug 1399401.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 months ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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