On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 11:34 PM, Patrick Uiterwijk
<puiterw...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Can I get +1s to fix up new-updates-sync to fix syncing f28 to the correct
> directory, and f28m (modular) as well?

Comment inline below.

> diff --git a/roles/bodhi2/backend/files/new-updates-sync
> b/roles/bodhi2/backend/files/new-updates-sync
> index 9ca341d79..734e6faa5 100755
> --- a/roles/bodhi2/backend/files/new-updates-sync
> +++ b/roles/bodhi2/backend/files/new-updates-sync
> @@ -22,22 +22,7 @@ ATOMICDEST = '/mnt/koji/atomic/repo/'
>  RELEASES = {'f28': {'topic': 'fedora',
>                      'version': '28',
>                      'modules': ['fedora', 'fedora-secondary'],
> -                    'repos': {'updates': {
> -                        'from': 'f28-updates',
> -                        'ostrees': [{'ref':
> 'fedora/28/%(arch)s/updates/atomic-host',
> -                                     'dest': ATOMICDEST,
> -                                     'arches': ['x86_64', 'ppc64le',
> 'aarch64']},
> -                                    {'ref':
> 'fedora/28/x86_64/updates/workstation',
> -                                     'dest': ATOMICDEST},
> -                                    # Hack around for the fact that ostree
> on f25 doesn't know links
> -                                    {'ref': 'fedora/28/x86_64/workstation',
> -                                     'dest': ATOMICDEST}],
> -                        'to': [{'arches': ['aarch64', 'x86_64', 'armhfp',
> 'source'],
> -                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORADEST, '28')},
> -                               {'arches': ['i386', 'ppc64', 'ppc64le',
> 's390x'],
> -                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORAALTDEST, '28')}
> -                              ]},
> -                              'updates-testing': {
> +                    'repos': {'updates-testing': {
>                          'from': 'f28-updates-testing',
>                          'ostrees': [{'ref':
> 'fedora/28/%(arch)s/testing/atomic-host',
>                                       'dest': ATOMICDEST,
> @@ -45,9 +30,21 @@ RELEASES = {'f28': {'topic': 'fedora',
>                                      {'ref':
> 'fedora/28/x86_64/testing/workstation',
>                                       'dest': ATOMICDEST}],
>                          'to': [{'arches': ['x86_64', 'armhfp', 'source'],
> -                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORADEST, 'testing',
> '28')},
> +                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORADEST, 'testing',
> '28', 'Everything')},
> +                               {'arches': ['aarch64', 'i386', 'ppc64',
> 'ppc64le', 's390x'],
> +                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORAALTDEST,
> 'testing', '28', 'Everything')}

I think aarch64 should be up with the ['x86_64', 'armhfp', 'source'] list now

> +                              ]}}
> +                   },
> +            'f28m': {'topic': 'fedora',
> +                    'version': '28m',
> +                    'modules': ['fedora', 'fedora-secondary'],
> +                    'repos': {'updates-testing': {
> +                        'from': 'f28m-updates-testing',
> +                        'ostrees': [],
> +                        'to': [{'arches': ['x86_64', 'armhfp', 'source'],
> +                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORADEST, 'testing',
> '28', 'Modular')},
>                                 {'arches': ['aarch64', 'i386', 'ppc64',
> 'ppc64le', 's390x'],

Same here.

> -                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORAALTDEST,
> 'testing', '28')}
> +                                'dest': os.path.join(FEDORAALTDEST,
> 'testing', '28', 'Modular')}
>                                ]}}
>                     },
>             'f27': {'topic': 'fedora',
>
>
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