Harald Hoyer <har...@redhat.com> writes:

> On 25.08.2015 15:51, Giuseppe Scrivano wrote:
>> ping?
>> Giuseppe Scrivano <gscri...@redhat.com> writes:
>>> Hi,
>>> We are currently considering to feed Dracut with --reproducible in the
>>> rpm-ostree[1] project when creating a new OStree[2] tree image.  In this
>>> way there won't be need to store an additional file when the new initrd
>>> file matches an older one.  Everything works very well (except the
>>> additional step of providing a patched GNU cpio for now).
>>> Reproducible images seem to make a lot of sense, also for users that
>>> don't know about the --reproducible option.  Is there any reason why
>>> this is not done by default?
>>> Thanks,
>>> Giuseppe
>>> 1) https://github.com/projectatomic/rpm-ostree
>>> 2) https://github.com/GNOME/ostree/
> No significant reason, except the penalty of the extra step, which fixes all
> the timestamps.

do you think it makes sense to make --reproducible the default, or do
you expect Dracut users, rpm-ostree in this case, to explicitly use it?

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