I created a private OBS instance using the iso installer. I configured
the hostname to be obs so I can access the api with https://obs:444
intention was to migrate and build a project that's currently hosted and
built successfully on the reference OBS server.
I used osc copypac to copy my project over to the private instance. The
project copied without incident and shows up in the correct location on
the web UI of my local obs server.
Note: I also have created the remote link (as Admin) to the reference
API and the OpenSuse.org
project shows up under the projects when I
browse to the projects area.
I added a build target, RH-6. I then waited, but nothing happened. I was
under the impression that creating the link under the "configuration"
button to api.opensuse.org/public
would make the target repositories
available (which they appear to be since I can add them from the web UI
of my local instance). But no activity is seen after adding build targets.
I've looked at the other method which is to copy the target repo onto
the private instance and then copy the rpm packages for the project that
you wish to be built into /srv/obs/build/PROJ/REPO/ARCH/:full and then
strip the architecture etc. from the filenames and then scan the
contents to trigger a rebuild. The problem for me is (and the
documentation says this is a problem) the directory structure does not
exist already, despite having added the target repository to my local
I'm now wondering what I've missed. Sorry if I've completely
misunderstood but I've run out of idea for getting this to work for me.
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