On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 12:41:36PM +0100, Igor Gnatenko wrote:
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> On Wed, 2018-02-14 at 11:02 +0100, Pierre-Yves Chibon wrote:
> > Good Morning Everyone,
> > The week before DevConf, a number of the members of the Fedora
> > Infrastructure
> > met in Brno to discuss states and plans for the infrastructure.
> > One of the question that raised was about darkserver.
> > This application is available at: https://darkserver.fedoraproject.org/
> > and is meant to:
> > enable developer tools to identify exact package builds from which process
> > images (e.g. core dumps) come. This can enable their analysis, debugging
> > profiling, by finding out where the rpm / elf / dwarf files may be found, so
> > they can download them. (This is even better than
> > abrt-action-install-debuginfo-to-abrt-cache because that apparently cannot
> > query
> > files no longer indexed by repodata.)
> > Source: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Darkserver
> > However, it seems this application has not been working for a long time now
> > and
> > not many people asked about it.
> > So, is anyone using this service?
> I heard about this service, but never used it... But since debuginfo is now
> parallel-installable, it would be nice to have a place where all debuginfo
> (from all releases / builds) is available so people could install it even it
> disappeared from repositories.
I just confirmed it with Kushal (the developer of darkserver), darkserver
provides you an URL but that's basically sending you to koji (which keeps a good
chunk of the RPMs shipped to our user, but not all).
darkserver itself doesn't store anything.
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