Affected packages

Packages affected by systemd upgrade from 246.3-1.fc33 to 246.4-2.fc33 (in Fedora 33)
Package Current state Build Distance Build time
myproxy build 1 5 months ago
munin build 1 5 months ago
sslh build 1 5 months ago
gamemode build 1 5 months ago
scsi-target-utils build 1 5 months ago
Perlbal build 1 5 months ago
nsd build 1 5 months ago
slim build 1 5 months ago
colord build 1 5 months ago
haproxy build 1 5 months ago
accountsservice build 1 5 months ago
vdr build 1 5 months ago
mariadb build 1 5 months ago
galera build 1 5 months ago
racoon2 build 1 5 months ago
tpm2-tss build 1 5 months ago
openvswitch build 1 5 months ago
mariadb build 1 5 months ago
elfutils build 1 5 months ago
postgresql build 1 5 months ago
rubygem-redis build 2 4 months ago
rubygem-activesupport build 2 4 months ago
golang-gopkg-redis-2 build 2 4 months ago
python-praw build 2 5 months ago
perl-DBD-Pg build 2 5 months ago
kdelibs3 build 2 5 months ago
root build 2 5 months ago
rubygem-redis build 2 5 months ago
gnutls build 2 5 months ago
mraa build 2 5 months ago
tinygo build 3 3 months ago
growlight build 3 5 months ago
postgis build 3 5 months ago
R-R.devices build 3 5 months ago
postgis build 3 5 months ago
oscap-anaconda-addon build 3 5 months ago
gscan2pdf build 3 5 months ago
qt5-qtwebengine build 3 5 months ago
owncloud-client build 4 2 months ago
hotspot build 4 5 months ago
folks build 4 5 months ago
wine-mono build 4 5 months ago
latte-dock build 4 5 months ago
gpaw build 4 5 months ago
ufw-kde build 4 5 months ago
wine-mono build 4 5 months ago
netcdf build 4 5 months ago
ghostscript build None 4 months ago
python-matplotlib build None 5 months ago
elpa build None 5 months ago
erlang-folsom build None 5 months ago
azureus build None 5 months ago
libunity build None 5 months ago
pypy3 build None 5 months ago
octave-iso2mesh build None 5 months ago

Disclaimer

This page shows packages in Fedora 33 which buildability was possibly affected by systemd upgrade from 246.3-1.fc33 to 246.4-2.fc33.
Please keep in mind that there were many other dependency changes happening in parallel that could have caused any particular failure.