Build Additional" button is not working on SUSE Studio's "Build" tab

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SUSE Studio Onsite 1.2


When you click on the "Build Additional" button from the BUILD tab it will only build successfully for the newest version of the appliance.

On the older versions of the appliance you quickly get a "starting additional
builds" pop-up then it disappears and the build never starts.


There was a dependency problem.  That dependency error would prevent the "Build Additional" from starting. 

The repositories were updated since the time of the original build of this version of the appliance so the build additional was trying to use the updated repositories and would have dependency issues.

We recommended using the "clone and freeze" if you want to get an exact copy
of the appliance and later use "build additional"  Otherwise as the customer
was using SMT every time the SMT server was updated when they used the "build
additional" it would use the updated repositories and was truly not an exact
copy of the previous build.


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  • Document ID:7010172
  • Creation Date: 16-Feb-2012
  • Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
    • SUSE Studio Onsite

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