we're running a private OBS 2.10 instance.
We currently have a bunch of projects without a top-level project, i.e. we have
but we don't have <group>.
From the old days we also have a global GPG signing key
which is still used to sign
every RPM for all projects that don't have their own
Now I'd like to do two things:
- introduce the project <group>
- manually force the signing key for <group>
Will a new project <group> automatically be the parent for <group>:<p1>
will <group>:<p1> inherit permissions and in particular the signing key?
I understand that forcing a signing key is not supported via osc or the WWW
interface, but would I get away with manually replacing/setting
And if so, how do I generate the format for _signkey? For _pubkey it looks quite
In case you're wondering why we're looking into that. ;-) Newer versions of OBS
to be quite eager to introduce a new signing key for new projects, AFAICT, if there's
no key in any of the top-level projects. The global signing key seems to be ignored.
So, when I create <group>:<p4> it will a have a new signing key. But I want it
the global one. Unfortunately 'osc signkey --delete <group>:<p4>'
doesn't seem to
work for getting rid of the new key.
TIA + HAND -- Till
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