Koji Content Generator for Debian builds
Upload Debian builds to Koji as a content generator.
Here’s an example of building a package, uploading the artifacts to Koji, and tagging the resulting build:
# Clone a Debian package (ceph-ansible) from Git: SCM_URL=git://example.com/ceph-ansible git clone $SCM_URL cd mypackage # Build the package: gbp buildpackage ... # Upload the source and .deb artifacts into Koji: cd .. misoctl upload \ --scm-url=$SCM_URL \ --owner=kdreyer \ --tag=ceph-3.2-xenial-candidate \ ceph-ansible/
To run this utility, you must authenticate to Koji as a user account that has permission to upload to the “debian” content generator.
Koji server configuration
You must configure your Koji instance to accept debian builds.
As a Koji administrator:
Allow “debian” content-generator access to a system account. In this case ours is named “rcm/debbuild”:
koji grant-cg-access rcm/debbuild debian
Add the debian build type to Koji:
koji call addBType debian
Add the debian archive types (needs the new addArchiveType RPC <https://pagure.io/koji/pull-request/1149> on the Koji hub):
koji call addArchiveType deb "Debian packages" deb koji call addArchiveType dsc "Debian source contro files" dsc
Now you can run misoctl upload as the rcm/debbuild system user.
About the Name
This tool is similar to chacractl, and Koji is an ingredient in Miso.
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