[gluster-packaging] volunteers for packaging 3.5.7
Kaleb S. KEITHLEY
kkeithle at redhat.com
Mon Dec 14 16:12:58 UTC 2015
Mandikandan has volunteered for Debian.
Koji scratch builds for Fedora and EPEL are:
On 12/14/2015 10:39 AM, Kaleb S. KEITHLEY wrote:
> On 11/25/2015 09:34 AM, Kaleb KEITHLEY wrote:
>> We need the following builds:
>> Debian wheezy, on rhs-vm-12
>> Debian jessie, on rhs-vm-13
>> Debian stretch, on rhs-vm-16
>> Ubuntu precise, trusty, wily, on Launchpad (using rhs-vm-17)
>> Fedora and EPEL, scratch build list at the end.
>> Note: signing keys have changed. This only affects Debian, Fedora, and
>> EPEL. Refer to the instructions I have sent previously. Anywhere you see
>> command line options to specify the signing key, e.g. -k1F561CF9 or -k
>> 1F561CF9, now use the new key instead. All the Debian builds will use
>> -k9BCD55B2 or -k 9BCD55B2. (The Ubuntu launchpad builds have not
>> changed.) The password(s) can be found in ~glusterpackager/README on all
>> the systems. As always, keep the keys and passwords safe. I.e. don't
>> copy them to other systems.
>> (You can see the keys as user glusterpackager with `gpg --list-keys`.)
>> All the Fedora, EPEL6, and EPEL7 RPMs are to be signed with the 2048-bit
>> RSA key. This is the default. EPEL5 RPMs need to be signed with the
>> 1024-bit DSA key. To do this, as user glusterpackager, edit
>> ~glusterpackager/.rpmmacros. Change the _gpg_name to 0xF4090983.
>> Remember to restore the _gpg_name to 0x9BCD55B2 afterwards
>> The EPEL5 repo metadata files need to be created with md5 checksums. Use
>> `createrepo -s md5 .`
>> The new download.gluster.org has restricted access. Use
>> rhs-vm-18.gdev.lab.eng.bos.redhat.com to download and sign the RPMs and
>> create the repos. All the scripts to download from koji are there. (sign
>> on as root/redhat, create your own account if you want.) Afterwards tar
>> up the repos and tell me where the tar file is and I'll upload to d.g.o.
>> Likewise for the Debian builds. Let me know when they're done and I'll
>> upload them to d.g.o.
>> Also, please remember to `git push` your Debian and Ubuntu changes.
>> Reply here. First come, first served. Please do the builds you actually
>> volunteered for. I think there was some slight confusion about who was
>> doing what the last time.
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