On Mon, Jul 10, 2017 at 7:26 PM, Dusty Mabe
> On 07/10/2017 01:23 PM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
>> On 07/07/2017 03:48 PM, Dusty Mabe wrote:
>>> For https://pagure.io/atomic-wg/issue/291
we'd like to create a static
>>> from the last fedora 25 commit to the fedora 26 commits we are releasing.
>>> we don't yet have a unified repo structure we need to pull the last
>>> commit into the fedora 26 repo. Can someone with appropriate permissions run
>>> following procedure on a machine that has the ostree repos mounted:
>>> 1. change directory to the equivalent of
>>> 2. take note of permissions of files within those directories
>>> 3. ostree --repo=./26/ pull-local ./25/
>>> ostree --repo=./26/ show
>>> 4. make sure permissions are still right for files within those directories
>>> 5. Send me the output of running those two commands.
>> Sure, +1 here.
>> Does this need to be done at a time no updates pushes are going? Or does
>> it matter?
> Usually I would say yes just to be careful, but I don't think we have bodhi
> up to f26 creating ostrees yet do we?
Given that this does not touch any existing objects and refs (only
creating new ones), I think it should be fine to do at anytime.
Do note that this is missing the commands to actually create the
static diff, but I am going to guess you've kept those out until the
output can be verified.
The static delta will get created by the push_two_week script. See this PR
All we need is for the commit to exist in the repo and the script should do
the rest. Any problems with this approach?
> I am okay with this change given its low risk, and will start the
> procedure with my +1.