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Re: [Rdo-list] How does RDO package OpenStack RPM package?



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On 10/12/2014 02:12 AM, Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
> On 11/10/14 05:58, sam song wrote:
> 
>> Hi, all:
> 
>> Our company want to provide a customized OpenStack platform, so
>> we need to package some OpenStack components, and we want to keep
>> the RPMs' name unique to ones in RDO release. Now we use python 
>> setup.py bdist_rpm to build the package, which is poor in
>> packaging the same project into several RPMs.
> 
> I wonder whether your needs can be solved as part of RDO. Do you
> need to apply some specific patches that are not included in
> upstream releases?
> 

Yes, what I want to do is the same to RDO does, except the patches are
different.

> 
>> So, my question is belowing: 1, What method does RDO use to
>> package OpenStack RPMs? python setup.py or rpmbuild
> 
> RDO utilizes Koji and COPR services to build its packages. Meaning,
> we don't use bdist_rpm.
> 
>> 2, Are the packaging configurations open source? Where can I get 
>> them?
> 
> Of course: that's Red Hat. Have you heard about Oracle Openstack 
> Icehouse commercial offering? That one is based on top of RDO [0].
> ;)
> 
> Both packaging configuration [1] and repositories with downstream 
> patches included on top of upstream releases [2] are available for 
> anyone. Fork, reuse, contribute.
> 
> BTW some of your questions are already answered in RDO FAQ [3].
> 
> [0]: 
> https://openstack.redhat.com/forum/discussion/985/red-hat-welcomes-oracle-to-the-rdo-community
>
> 
[1]: http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/openstack-neutron.git/
> [2]: https://github.com/redhat-openstack [3]:
> https://openstack.redhat.com/Frequently_Asked_Questions
> 
> I hope that helps, /Ihar
> 
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That's all information I want! Thank you very much.
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