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Re: [rdo-list] [Arm-dev] next steps for altarch with ceph and openstack

On 07/07/2016 03:26 AM, Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
> W dniu 05.07.2016 o 18:38, George Dunlap pisze:
>> On 05/07/16 16:49, Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
>>> W dniu 05.07.2016 o 16:28, Jim Perrin pisze:
>>>> With the work that Marcin has done for openstack on aarch64, as well 
>>>> as the ceph builds, we need to begin working a plan for publishing 
>>>> these builds to a mirror. I'd like to identify the steps needed, and 
>>>> the ownership for those steps.
>>>> Thomas please correct/update these as needed
>>> Added few people to Cc: from pre-RH summit threads.
>>>> 1. new tag in cbs for aarch64 build, with modified dist for mitaka. 
>>>> Will ceph need this as well?
>>>> 2. If we wish to re-use the centos-release-openstack-mitaka noarch, 
>>>> dependencies of centos-release-ceph-hammer, centos-release-qemu-ev, 
>>>> centos-release-storage-common, and centos-release-virt-common need
>>>> to be addressed.
>>> It would be good to populate all those repositories. I opened bugs for
>>> all tags:
>>> https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=11084 (openstack)
>>> https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=11085 (ceph)
>>> https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=11086 (virt/kvm-common)
>> I looked at this bug, but I couldn't tell exactly what packages you
>> wanted in here, and why the existing KVM packages weren't sufficient.
>> Could you just sketch out a brief summary?
> You are right. I am sometimes still lost in CentOS repository structure.
> What is in x86-64 virt/kvm-common repository is present in os/ one for
> aarch64 already. Only qemu-kvm-ev update (2.7.1 -> 2.10.1) would be nice
> to have.

We can pull this in.

> So we can kill that dependency from centos-release-openstack-mitaka
> package. Added note to the bug (I lack permissions to close it as notabug).

I might suggest that for now (until we get the mirror bits sorted), we
create a centos-release-mitaka-altarch package. This would avoid needing
to mess with the existing x86_64 bits. once everything is aligned, then
we can obsolete/provides the replacement and use the standard package
across all architectures.

Jim Perrin
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