On Dienstag, 23. Oktober 2018, 13:23:01 CEST Neal Gompa wrote:
On Tue, Oct 23, 2018 at 2:18 AM Adrian Schröter firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Montag, 22. Oktober 2018, 17:15:47 CEST Neal Gompa wrote:
Is there a way to make it so that build service instances that interconnect to api.opensuse.org cache the configurations so that in the event the server is down, builds can keep going, using cached configurations and binary packages that cached locally on the build service?
This is to some degree the default, but not fully.
We have a replication mechanic on our roadmap, but not for next release.
Is there a roadmap document or something that shows what work is being planned for the next release and what is backlogged for the release after?
The (smaller) public part of the discussed and buisiness wise important ones are here:
I'd like to avoid issues similar to what happened earlier in the year and last year when the API was down and caused `osc build` runs to fail, as well as builds on the build service instance itself to fail due to inability to get configurations from the API, while still maintaining the interconnect because I don't want to fork all the build configurations and content and import them into my instance.
If that's not possible for OBS 2.9, what can we do to make this work for OBS 2.10?
You could work on the support for interconnect on project copy operations. That would be a good base.
What do you mean by this? Are you talking about something like `osc copypac` for projects?
No, the /source/<project>?cmd=copy one