It burned more jobs that necessary.
I'm not 100% that it was needed. We should put it on staging and see there. 12:45:08 INFO - WindowsError: [Error 32] The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process: 'c:\\users\\cltbld~1.t-w\\appdata\\local\\temp\\tmpxzwvqm\\profile\\addons.sqlite'
This has been in production for some time, lots of green too. Required a reset via IPMI after nagios reported PING down.
Ready to be re-purposed.
3 years ago
Re-imaged and back in production.
And hitting bug 977561, the handy indication that it's running at too low a resolution, in this case 1024x768. Disabled in slavealloc.
Machine is back and getting proper resolution after multiple reboots.
what was the cause of the issue, what was the remedy, is this a systemic issue, random issue, or hardware issue? Also whats with the other sets of machines that warranted this bug to be resolved, this bug screamed ongoing issue, and I see no indication that the remaining open ones are being looked at.
err ignore me, wrong bug... grrr
Fixed via Bug 1091708 but currently on loan
This bug is a permanent tracker for everything related to the slave for its entire life, including that loan - you don't want to be assigned for its entire lifespan (despite the possible truth of that), and loaned slaves keep their problem trackers open while they're loaned.
Re-imaged and returned to production.
Moved to the Windows 7 pool.