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Re: [CentOS PaaS SIG]: Origin v3.11 rpms available for testing

Hi all,

First of all sorry for the late reply as well as for any confusion i may have caused with my previous email.
I was very pleased to see the vibe and excitement around testing OKD v3.11, very much appreciated.

Here are the latest info:
  • everyone who wants to help us with testing should use [1] repo which can be consumed:
    • ┬áin the inventory as [2] or
    • by deploying your own repo file [3]
  • nobody should use the repo i've mentioned in my previous email [4] (CentOS Infra team corrected me on the confusion i made, once again apologies for that)

Regarding the ansible version here are the info following my sync up with CentOS Infra team:
  • very likely on Monday/ latest Tuesday a new rpm called centos-release-ansible26 will appear in CentOs Extras
  • the above rpm will become a dependency for the centos-release-openshift-origin311 rpm which will be created and land in CentOS Extras repo at the same time OKD v3.11 will be promoted to mirror.centos.org
    • note this is the same flow as it was for all versions prior to v3.11 ( the rpm provides the CentOS repo location for OKD rpms).
  1. if your flow up until now was to never use centos-release-openshift-originXXX rpm and you were creating your own repo files then you will need to make sure you pull as dependency the ansible 2.6.x (together with its own dependencies) rpm. It is up to you from where you are going to pull the ansible rpm: from Epel, from CentOS Extras etc.
  2. with the above we are trying to have a single way of solving the ansible dependency problem

Hopefully this brings more clarity around this topic.

Thank you,
PaaS SiG team

[1] https://buildlogs.centos.org/centos/7/paas/x86_64/openshift-origin311/
openshift_additional_repos=[{'id': 'centos-okd-ci', 'name': 'centos-okd-ci', 'baseurl' :'http://buildlogs.centos.org/centos/7/paas/x86_64/openshift-origin311/', 'gpgcheck' :'0', 'enabled' :'1'}]

name=CentOS OpenShift Origin Testing

[4] https://cbs.centos.org/repos/paas7-openshift-origin311-testing/

On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 10:38 AM Daniel Comnea <comnea dani gmail com> wrote:

We would like to announce that OKD v3.11 rpms are available for testing at [1].

As such we are calling for help from community to start testing and let us know if there are issues with the rpms and its dependencies.

And in the spirit of transparency see below the plan to promote the rpms to mirror.centos.org repo:

  1. in the next few days the packages should be promoted to the test repo [2] (currently it does not exist, we are waiting to be sync'ed in the background)
  2. in one/two weeks time if we haven't heard any issues/ blockers we are going to promote to [3] repo (currently it doesn't exist, it will once the rpm will be promoted and signed)

Please note the ansbile version use (and supported) must be 2.6.x and not 2.7, if you opt to ignore the warning you will run into issues.

On a different note the CentOS Infra team are working hard (thanks !) to package and release a centos-ansible rpm which we'll promote in our PaaS repos.

The rational is to bring more control around the ansible version used/ required by OpenShift-ansible installer and not rely on the latest ansbile version pushed to epel repo we caused friction recently (reflected on our CI as well as users reporting issues)

Thank you,
PaaS SiG team

[1] https://cbs.centos.org/repos/paas7-openshift-origin311-testing/
[2] https://buildlogs.centos.org/centos/7/paas/x86_64/openshift-origin311/
[3] http://mirror.centos.org/centos/7/paas/x86_64/openshift-origin311/

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