Created by Scott Moser on 2012-08-23 and last modified on 2012-08-23
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468. By Scott Moser on 2012-08-23

attempt to get armhf and armel data into /query *-dl.txt files

The variable ec2_arches is obtained from the published-ec2-daily.txt file
(outfile). Those arches cause failure if there are no tarballs found.

However, we have another list of arches (all_arches) that won't cause failure,
there data just wont be populated if there are no uec style tarballs. found
for these

467. By Ben Howard on 2012-08-21

Commenting out query2 generation due to forth-coming format change

466. By Ben Howard on 2012-08-17

Tweaks of sandbox/testing publication process

465. By Ben Howard on 2012-08-16

Make publicize_builds aware of sandbox and test_builds

464. By Ben Howard on 2012-08-16

Revision on previous commit for enabling sandbox/testing builds

463. By Ben Howard on 2012-08-15

Modified update-build-indexes to understand sandbox and testing builds for usewith new build server

462. By Ben Howard on 2012-06-27

Fix of a minor typo

461. By Ben Howard on 2012-06-27

Enabling HVM instances for eu-west-1

460. By Ben Howard on 2012-06-27

Fix for SQLite slowness on Lucid; changed logging format for record-build-query2

459. By Scott Moser on 2012-06-19

improve output of in-instance downloading code

This does 2 things:
 * silence messages like 'No packages found matching lftp.' from dpkg-query
 * prefix the download speed message with the region.
     got 217978041 bytes in 3 seconds. 70956 kB/s
     us-east-1: got 217978041 bytes in 3 seconds. 70956 kB/s

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