First, thanks for copr and to all who built and maintain it. It is excellent and now my preferred way of building RPMs for free/libre/open source software.
Is there a way that long-running jobs (I'm thinking kernel, gcc etc) can be assigned to their own dedicated build servers? The packages I build are usually quick (a few minutes) but they sometimes have to wait a long time for these longer jobs to finish.
Failing that, is there a way to spin-up a private build server tied to my project?
I removed package from my copr project using web interface.
But rpm is still present and can be installed with dnf.
I am tried "dnf clean all" but this was not helpful.
I thought, that the problem is in delayed copr mirrors synchronization,
but it is already 24 hours passed and this package is still available.
How I can get rid of this rpm forever?
It is conflicted with the one of the Fedora core rpm (libidn2), and
blocks all my work.