Re-upload the ARM Full System files

Description

The old website had several full system files for ARM at: http://www.gem5.org/dist/current/arm/
The new website returns a 404 for that URL, and going to the old version returns a "No Such Key" error in an XML document?

 

Solution:

  • Create page dist/current/arm which says “these binaries have been moved”

  • Create page documentation/general_docs/fullsystem/binaries which has a list of the binaries that we are redistributing

  • Create index.html files for each of the directories in dist.gem5.org and upload to GCS. These should at least somewhat match the style of the new gem5 website.

Environment

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Activity

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Giacomo Travaglini
March 2, 2020, 10:46 AM
Giacomo Travaglini
February 27, 2020, 10:27 AM

Hi Thomas, I am working on it.

There are some patches under review which will add the Download page to the new website

Jason Lowe-Power
January 31, 2020, 3:46 PM

Thanks for all of the details! We’ll get to work on this soon.

Thomas Hansen
January 31, 2020, 9:36 AM

Thanks for the quick response.

There are several places which try to direct you to the URLs in my issue:

  • The document referenced as the ARM learning resource under gem5.org/events

  • Trying to navigate to the new gem5.org → Documentation → Architecture Support → ARM Implementation . It gives you a 404 and tells you to try the old website. On the old website, if you go to where the files were previously found, i.e. old.gem5.org → Download gem5 → Useful Software not in git → Full-System Stuff → ARM → ARM Full-System Files , this redirects you to gem5.org/dist/current/arm , which then repeats the behaviour in my issue.

As far as I can tell, there is no reference or hint on the new website to try the URL you have given me.

 

Navigating to the directory in your URL yields an unspecified XML document:

And trying to continue to the ARM sub-directory simply yields a “NoSuchKey” error:

It might just be that that part of the website has not been fully migrated yet. In any case, thanks for the pointer to the new location.

Jason Lowe-Power
January 30, 2020, 5:38 PM
Edited

Where do you see the old url? These have been moved to dist.gem5.org.

For instance: http://dist.gem5.org/dist/current/arm/aarch-system-20180409.tar.xz

 

If there is an old URL that’s wrong, we should fix it. I’m not sure if want/need to support listing those directories.

 

Thanks for the bug report!

Done

Assignee

Giacomo Travaglini

Reporter

Thomas Hansen

Priority

Medium