$ ~/bin/install-jdk.sh --target "/home/travis/openjdk11" --workspace "/home/travis/.cache/install-jdk" --feature "11" --license "GPL" --cacerts install-jdk.sh 2019-04-17 Couldn't determine a download url for 11-GPL on linux-x64 The command "~/bin/install-jdk.sh --target "/home/travis/openjdk11" --workspace "/home/travis/.cache/install-jdk" --feature "11" --license "GPL" --cacerts" failed and exited with 1 during .
Install of openjdk11 is failing
I’m also having this issue since today https://travis-ci.org/wvlet/airframe/jobs/521857989
Well ATM is fixed for OpenJDK 12. As soon as it was fixed, however, OpenJDK 11 began failing.
2019-04-18 a minute ago via https://github.com/sormuras/bach/commit/75cee6bae9fde21e9d8d1141ef9b873b7994ae6b
@iriberri Please update Travis’ copy of the script, again. Merci!
I confirm we’ve redeployed the component needed to update our version of
Could you restart your previously failing builds and let us know if they succeed now?
Yes, I can second that, my build with OpenJDK 11 is also failing:
Problem still there for us too.
Been broken for 12+ hours now…
Seconding all the reports. Looking at various builds with slightly different configurations it looks like
openjdk11 is failing on
trusty but passes on
oraclejdk8 is having the opposite behavior i.e. fails with
xenial but passes with
trusty (see https://travis-ci.org/sbesson/ome-common-java/builds/522101070 vs https://travis-ci.org/sbesson/ome-common-java/builds/522101768).
While waiting for JDK deployments to get fixed across platforms, switching to
xenial might be a temporary workaround for those who can afford to run against a single working environment.
Hey everyone, sorry about that. I missed a step in re-deploying the required component. Could you again restart your failing builds and let us know the result? Thank you for your patience!
@dominic retested with a previously failing build and I can confirm
openjdk11/trusty now works as expected.
Hi, i can confirm that java 11 is working again.
This is failing again, noticed it broke a couple hours ago
It looks like only Trusty is affected:
dist: trusty: https://travis-ci.org/cotsog/travis_ci_prod_regular/builds/525229081
dist: xenial: https://travis-ci.org/cotsog/travis_ci_prod_regular/builds/525229251
Is it an option for you to add
dist: xenial to your config? Probably a good move given Trusty will be EOL at the end of the month.
Let me know what you think!
I just tried openjdk11 with xenial and for me that works. What doesn’t however is openjdk12 (failed and exited with 51) and oraclejdk8 (Expected feature release number in range of 9 to 13, but got: 8) with xenial.
Maybe some more work?
$ export JAVA_HOME=~/openjdk11
$ export PATH="$JAVA_HOME/bin:$PATH"
$ ~/bin/install-jdk.sh --target “/home/travis/openjdk11” --workspace “/home/travis/.cache/install-jdk” --feature “11” --license “GPL” --cacerts
The command “~/bin/install-jdk.sh --target “/home/travis/openjdk11” --workspace “/home/travis/.cache/install-jdk” --feature “11” --license “GPL” --cacerts” failed and exited with 51 during .
Could we use this opportunity to switch to AdoptOpenJDK distribution?
Java 11 (LTS) binary they say would be available until September 2022.
Uh, isn’t Red Hat also providing support (building another distribution of the JVM)?