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13:08:43  <necrophcodr>i'll repeat my question from yesterday, as it appears i did not receive an answer while i was online
13:10:14  <necrophcodr>is there any database system that works either async or in a way that doesn't break, like the sqlite3 lit package? it seems the sqlite3 lit package dies being unable to open the database once in a while, even if there is only one sync function writing or reading the database at a time.
13:10:23  <necrophcodr>^ using luvi, not luvit
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18:54:39  <rphillips>rje: looks like our 32bit windows builders need cmake on them
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21:11:52  <rje>rphillips, the win2008 box that does the building and uploading has cmake and is all good. the sql boxes that only run the tests need cmake.
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21:17:07  <rphillips>rje: the validation script doesn't find rackspace-monitoring-agent-ia32.msi
21:17:33  <rphillips>oh, i kicked the other 32bit builder
21:17:35  <rphillips>sorry
21:17:37  <rphillips>didn't see it
21:24:20  <rje>cool, np
21:24:59  <rje>i'll ge the 2012 box fixed, and then debug the powershell on 2008 issue.
22:04:28  <rphillips>looks like the windows binaries don't have the version in the filename
22:04:54  <rphillips>rackspace-monitoring-agent{-ia32,-x64,}.msi
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