<lfam>Normally one can pass `--keep-failed` to commands that build stuff in order to keep the build directory around, which would also keep that test-suite.log filed it asks for. I'm not sure whether or not it will be honored when building Guix with `guix pull`, but it's worth a shot to add --keep-failed and run it again in order to get at that log
<TaoHansen[m]>lfam: okay rebuilding. it's going to be maybe 10 minutes before it fails. :-)
<lfam>I'm going to try building it locally to see if I can reproduce. I wonder if those tests assume ext4 somehow (I noticed your / is btrfs)
<TaoHansen[m]>i'd be happy to switch to EXT4 if it will make the failures stop.
<lfam>If that's the issue, it would at least be worthwhile to get the test-suite.log so that we can fix it.
<lfam>I wonder if anyone else has their store on btrfs? I think plenty of us use btrfs on GuixSD for other filesystems, but I know that my store is still on ext4
<TaoHansen[m]>lfam: i looked for the test-suite.log in my root directory but it wasn't there so fingers crossed --keep-failed saves it.
<lfam>It would be under the '/tmp/guix-build-guix-0.13.0-7.8b920d7.drv-0' directory mentioned in your pastes. Those are the build directories used for chroot / containerized buildsin Guix, and they are deleted when done unless --keep-failed is passed
<Digit>i dont suppose there's a way i could run a command to, like... diff guixsdspec singleunixspecification ? i dont suppose anyone made a specification for specification such that a command like that could work.