On Fri, Apr 22, 2022 at 12:00 PM Stefan Seyfried firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On 22.04.22 17:56, Stefan Seyfried wrote:
$SUBJECT says it all: what is the minimum OBS version that's able to consume zstd compressed preinstallimages?
OK, I dug in the code...
commit 9b5d77b324879942d0ab9021df2aa188fe4e0c20 Author: Michael Schroeder email@example.com Date: Thu Feb 10 10:35:35 2022 +0100
[backend] support zstd compressed preinstall images
which is probably needed to enable OBS to consume its own built preinstallimages.
Could someone please release a 2.10.14 quickly with this backported?
Well, I made the pull request for backporting the functionality: https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/pull/12479
And wouldn't it be better to actually run the released version on build.o.o in order to improve the code quality of the released versions instead of running the developers-wet-dreams-code without regard for anyone else, as it seems to be the operation mode right now? ;-)
Probably not. Without build.opensuse.org, that code would likely never get stressed enough to ensure it was reliable for stable releases. What probably needs to happen is more frequent new stable release series instead.