On Tue, 2017-02-28 at 15:33 +0100, Michal Novotny wrote:
updated COPR stack has been just deployed into production. This
1) new release of copr-frontend (1.107-1) has been deployed
The main features of this release include re-enabling fedora-rawhide
chroot names, compatibility with python2-flask-whooshee-0.4.1-2, and
finally updates related to support of Module Build Service (MBS).
What means this
magic version number? is it some special build of flak-
whooshee or what?
2) copr-backend was redeployed for mock 1.3.4 support
The backend configuration was updated to support the new mock 1.3.4.
that fedora-26-* chroots will not work until the respective
are publicly available. Before, rawhide repositories were used for
chroots but today, that needed to be changed for the rawhide
Mainly because of this unpleasant config switching, we decided that
returning fedora-rawhide -* back is the best option. It will be kept
long as mock keeps it. We run on mock and we need to play with it
Note that previous backend rawhide repositories are available in your
backend directories "-backup" suffixed. Otherwise, we are starting
scratch there and new repositories will be auto-created for the new
builds. We are also starting fresh on copr-dist-git where the
master branch has been renamed to master-backup and new master is
3) a long-standing copr-keygen issue "Keygen service error" has been
This issue should no longer occur (at least not for the same reason).
me know if it runs well.
We'll see :)
There are still unsolved network problems, which cause COPR to
these days while also requiring day-to-day copr-backend service
stop/starts. We are now going to debug these into depth.
The ultimate goal now is to make COPR stable and reliable.
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