Thanks for your quick response!
We are building for Raspberry Pi 3 and doing the push from CircleCI. Currently we still use the
git.resin endpoint to push code to but I assume this would not make a difference. Here are some more details about one of the builds that had an issue.
As you can see it took over 20 minutes to complete the build for all services where normally they are complete in just a couple of minutes. The reason for the long build time is due to the time taken for the interface service to run
npm install, I have included the full logs for the interface service build.
testing_release-log_interface-5a1953c.log (2.4 KB)
Looking at the logs there is an issue relating to the tarball data seems to be corrupted which is an issue on github where someone has suggested that this is a proxy related problem. There is another post on askubuntu which explains how to reset proxy settings however I am not sure how this would work in the builder environment.
Does the balena builder proxies all requests in order to allow them access to the internet in a controlled manor? As such could adjusting the proxy settings result in preventing all outward commands to fail?
Any thoughts or suggestions would be much apreciated.