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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] Release trigger via token behaves differently than releasing via osc.
  • From: Ondřej Súkup <mimi.vx@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2020 13:19:20 +0100
  • Message-id: <CAL8qHC8Kt8JOey1MDYd7Ca1q2rfEcYCiu=kQ3x1cocdveVSfFA@mail.gmail.com>
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES12"
trigger="manual"/> ... see > trigger=manual

thus release of this target is only by manual (osc release ...) run

On Tue, 14 Jan 2020 at 12:26, Stefan Seyfried
<stefan.seyfried@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi all,

I'm running obs 2.10 in a private instance.
I have a problem with releasing binaries via token.

My setup is: Project Foo-Cloud:testing with a setup like

<project name="Foo-Cloud:testing">
<title>Foo-Cloud testing</title>
<description>All package updates get tested here before submitting tobasic
prj</description>
<person userid="seife" role="bugowner"/>
<person userid="seife" role="maintainer"/>
<debuginfo>
<enable/>
</debuginfo>
<repository name="SLES15">
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES15" trigger="manual"/>
<path project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES15"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
<repository name="SLES12-SP1">
<path project="SLES12-SP1" repository="standard"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
<repository name="SLES12">
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES12" trigger="manual"/>
<path project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES12"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
<repository name="SLES11-SP4">
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP4"
trigger="manual"/>
<path project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP4"/>
<path project="devel_languages:go" repository="SLES11-SP3"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
<repository name="SLES11-SP3">
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP3"
trigger="manual"/>
<path project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP3"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
<repository name="SLES11-SP2">
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP2"
trigger="manual"/>
<path project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP2"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
<repository name="SLES11-SP1">
<releasetarget project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP1"
trigger="manual"/>
<path project="Foo-Cloud" repository="SLES11-SP1"/>
<arch>x86_64</arch>
</repository>
</project>

"Foo-Cloud" is similar.

The package looks like:
<package name="foo-api-reference-client" project="Foo-Cloud:testing">
<title>foo-api-reference-client</title>
<description>Will be released via "osc release" to Foo-Cloud!</description>
<person userid="service_trigger" role="maintainer"/>
</package>

The package in Foo-Cloud:
<package name="foo-api-reference-client" project="Foo-Cloud">
<title>foo-api-reference-client</title>
<description>Will be released via "osc release" to Foo-Cloud!</description>
<person userid="service_trigger" role="maintainer"/>
<build>
<disable/>
</build>
</package>

(I'm just transitioning from "build(testing)->submitrequrest->build" to
"build and release via token")

The tokens of user service_trigger look like:
<directory count="2">
<entry id="94" string="FQ2dYeUS1VQSR7VQgnWE9iMa" kind="runservice"
project="Foo-Cloud:testing"
package="foo-api-reference-client"/>
<entry id="95" string="oFzZnPriT4SKZiArh5vnaqpT" kind="release"
project="Foo-Cloud:testing"
package="foo-api-reference-client"/>
</directory>

Build is triggered via
OBS_TOKEN_RUN=FQ2dYeUS1VQSR7VQgnWE9iMa
curl -f -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/octet-stream" -H
"Authorization: Token $OBS_TOKEN_RUN"
https://obs/trigger/runservice

This works well.

Release is the same:
OBS_TOKEN_REL=oFzZnPriT4SKZiArh5vnaqpT
curl -f -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/octet-stream" -H
"Authorization: Token $OBS_TOKEN_REL"
https://obs/trigger/release

However, this triggers only the release of one repository, SLES11-SP1, and
then stops.

If I run "osc release" as the service_trigger user, then it works fine and
all repos are released.

I'm lookint ath the "matched_repo?" function in
src/api/app/controllers/trigger_controller.rb, wondering if it is doing
everything correctly, but I don't grok enough ruby on rails to judge ;-)

Any hints?

Best regards,

seife
--
Stefan Seyfried

"For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over
public relations, for nature cannot be fooled." -- Richard Feynman
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