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Re: Missing Dependency



Hi, li xiao

Maybe this reason, chinese help can get from
 http://jianlee.ylinux.org/Computer/Server/koji.html#sec27


在 2009-10-14三的 12:23 -0400,Mike McLean写道:
> On 10/14/2009 03:57 AM, 李晓 wrote:
> > Rencently,I changed the IP of my koji and regen-repo,but it shows missing
> > dependency.The root.log as follows,
> 
> By default, repo regens use the --update option against the last active 
> repo. Because of this, old entries will persist. This is normally a 
> helpful optimization, but when those old entries reference a now-changed 
> url, it can be a problem.
> 
> The fix is to expire the active repo. This will force a full rebuild of 
> the repo (no --update).
> 
> If you only have a few active repos, you can expire them on the command 
> line like:
> % koji call repoExpire <repo-id>
> (the koji taginfo command will report the repo id of the active repo for 
> the tag)
> 
> If you have a lot of active repos (i.e. lots of different build 
> targets), then the easiest way to expire them all is in the db. For example:
> => update repo set state = 2 where state in (0, 1);
> 
> Once you've expired the repos, kojira should trigger the regenerations.
> 
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