On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 12:24:14PM +0200, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
> On Wed, 2018-06-06 at 12:45 +0200, Andrea Bolognani wrote:
> > Another thing to keep in mind is that moving the website build to
> > a CentOS 7 container would allow us to remove the last remnants
> > of CentOS 6 support from libvirt-jenkins-ci.git and delete the
> > corresponding virtual machine from the CentOS CI environment,
> > freeing up resources for other tasks.
> I've started building Docker containers with all libvirt build
> dependencies already installed[1], mainly for use in Travis CI;
> the CentOS 7 container could easily be used to also solve the
> issue at hand.
> I've already tried building libvirt inside said container on a
> CentOS 6 host running Docker from EPEL without encountering any
> issue; all that's left to do is install Docker on libvirt.org
> and script the integration, which shouldn't be too difficult.
> Does that sound like a sensible way forward?

AFAIK, Docker is explicitly unsupported on CentOS 6 now.


I was actually intending to take a simpler approach - just compile a
newer gnutls into /opt and let the website build use that.

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