On 07/31/2017 01:16 AM, Michal Novotny wrote:
COPR now operates with packages solely from official Fedora repositories.
This was requested in https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/5166
a condition to get the Fedora Infra support. I would like to ask for the
support now as this condition is finally satisfied \o/.
Well, there's still one big issue left (which is hopefully going away
soon): The cloud itself isnt very supportable.
We are getting new hardware in soon (it's ordered and should be
installed in Aug) and are going to setup a new cloud on the latest
version with multiple controller nodes in a High available setup. Once
thats done and we move copr to it, we should be in a much better place. ;)
Perhaps this could be reflected in:
- the Service Level Expectations that are being prepared
- removing the user message on COPR homepage
- change of the domain back to fedoraproject.org
We could do this, but we need to make sure everything is https and has a
valid cert. (But I think thats the case now anyhow?)
- moving COPR to a platform where the support is actually possible
yeah, see above. ;)
We also talked about moving the frontend behind our normal proxies and
internal infra. I would think that should work fine, but the backend and
builders would still make more sense in cloud.
I particularly like the idea of running COPR solely in OpenShift or
10+ with having builders as OpenShift pods but this is not really my
I think thats pretty interesting for a longer term road map, but shorter
term we can just get the current setup on a better foundation.
I am happy this is finally going somewhere.