Jay Greguske wrote:
None of your users in the users table have a usertype, and for
to be an admin, that field must be set to 1 (the same id for admin found
in the permissions table). Try setting that manually in the database and
see if things work for you then.
Please disregard this advice. It is incorrect.
There are currently three usertypes defined in koji: NORMAL, HOST, and
GROUP (values 0, 1, and 2 respectively). /None/ of them have anything to
do with being an admin.
Most users should have type 0 (normal). The users corresponding to build
hosts should have type 1 (host) and groups should have type 2. In the
normal course of operation you should never have to change these
manually in the db.
Being an admin in Koji means having the admin permission. This is
determined by user_perms table.
docs/schema.sql has an example near the end for adding an initial admin
user. Once you create this first user, all other users should be created
using the koji command line utility. Use 'koji help --admin |grep user'
to get a list of relevant subcommands.