[Pulp-dev] fedorapeople.org fixtures
ttereshc at redhat.com
Wed Apr 29 14:29:39 UTC 2020
I personally prefer to keep fixtures published somewhere, fedorapeople or
not, doesn't matter.
It is convenient to refer to in situations which are not related to feature
development or functional testing:
- when one files a redmine issue and provides steps to reproduce
- when one works with, say, Katello, or any other related project and
needs to try/test something quickly
- when one tries to help some user remotely and ask to sync this or that.
It's not a strong reason, it's just a matter of convenience, in my opinion.
On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 8:31 AM Quirin Pamp <pamp at atix.de> wrote:
> I have grown used to always running the fixtures container locally in my
> pulplift boxes using the pfixtures command (essential when working on new
> This command could be made a bit more flexible (right now it always runs
> in the foreground and always uses the latest container image from quay.io),
> but those would be trivial changes.
> As a result, I personally have no problems with retiring the fixtures on
> fedorapeople.org completely.
> The disadvantage of the approach is that it requires either downloading
> the (pretty large) fixtures container from quay.io, or building it
> Quirin (quba42)
> *From:* pulp-dev-bounces at redhat.com <pulp-dev-bounces at redhat.com> on
> behalf of David Davis <daviddavis at redhat.com>
> *Sent:* 28 April 2020 22:19:23
> *To:* Pulp-dev <pulp-dev at redhat.com>
> *Subject:* [Pulp-dev] fedorapeople.org fixtures
> Our Jenkins jobs for Pulp 2 are disabled and that also includes the job
> that builds the fixtures and publishes them to fedorapeople.org. With
> the new pulp-fixtures container, it's less essential that we have
> fixtures published somewhere. I think the two options we have are to either
> retire the fedorapeople.org fixtures and remove them, or to move where
> the job runs and possibly the place where they are hosted.
>  https://repos.fedorapeople.org/pulp/pulp/fixtures/
>  https://quay.io/repository/pulp/pulp-fixtures
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