On Montag, 10. März 2014, 16:39:56 wrote Darin Perusich:
On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 2:57 PM, Adrian Schröter firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Montag, 10. März 2014, 14:33:21 wrote Darin Perusich:
I'm running a private instance and I'd like to enable networking on my workers so they can build some java apps, via maven, which need to download pom's/war's from the net. I ask google but he wasn't much help so I'm hoping someone here can help;-)
How can I go about doing this?
you can build inside of chroot. Of course you will get unreproducable build results, random build failures and all used packages can get root permissions on this system.
So does this mean I need to log into my OBS server, it's a vmware system w/a worker on each virtual cpu, and 'sudo chroot /var/cache/obs/worker/root_1/' and run rpmbuild manually? If that's the case it kinda defeats the purpose of dispatching them to my OBS server to build to build across the various distro's I have enabled. If you could point me at some documentation which details how to build in a chroot i'd appreciate it.
You need to set
in /etc/sysconfig/obs-server on all systems which run a worker. So in your case just the vmware system. It may use chroot actually already, if no kvm support got detected.
I'm aware the results may not be reproducible, etc and I'm fine with this and accept the risk, I'm running private instance and not asking for this on public system.