Opened 9 years ago

Closed 9 years ago

#96 closed (fixed)

Source RPMs for packages on bbn-hn

Reported by: jbs@bbn.com Owned by: vjo@cs.duke.edu
Priority: major Milestone: EG-MON-1
Component: Administration Version: SPIRAL4
Keywords: Cc:
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Description (last modified by jbs@bbn.com)

There are some packages on bbn-hn that include software that listens on the network, for which SRPMs don't seem to be available.

Change History (12)

comment:1 Changed 9 years ago by ibaldin@renci.org

Owner: changed from somebody to vjo@cs.duke.edu

comment:2 Changed 9 years ago by ibaldin@renci.org

We have the SRPMs on software.exogeni.net

http://software.exogeni.net/repo/exogeni/6/current/SRPMS/

comment:3 Changed 9 years ago by jbs@bbn.com

I've confirmed that SRPMs for FlowVisor? is at http://software.exogeni.net/repo/exogeni/6/current/SRPMS/.

There's a file SRPM_UNAVAILABLE_FOR_ORACLE_JDK explaining why there's no SRPM for JDK, so that's all set.

I'm not sure about these three:

openstack-nova-api.noarch         1:2011.3-b1281neuca2      @exogeni-noarch
openstack-nova-objectstore.noarch 1:2011.3-b1281neuca2      @exogeni-noarch
openstack-glance.noarch           1:2011.3-b1277            @ExoGENI-noarch/6.2

I see openstack-nova-2012.1.1-exogeni6.el6.src.rpm; does that correspond to one of those three? If so, which one, and what about the other two?

comment:4 Changed 9 years ago by vjo@duke.edu

Erm. Where are you finding those versions? That looks like yum output - and it looks dated.

To partially answer your question: 1) openstack-nova-api and openstack-nova-objectstore are built from: openstack-nova-2012.1.1-exogeni6.el6.src.rpm

which is a slightly patched version of what's included in the RHOS preview.

2) openstack-glance should *now* be coming from from a repo named "openstack-noarch" - which, while hosted at RENCI, is nothing more than the "stock" RHOS preview RPMs.

comment:5 Changed 9 years ago by vjo@duke.edu

Ping... ;)

comment:6 in reply to:  4 Changed 9 years ago by jbs@bbn.com

Replying to vjo@duke.edu:

Erm. Where are you finding those versions? That looks like yum output - and it looks dated.

So, indeed, this is a survey from EG-MON-1 Step 1 (http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIRacksHome/ExogeniRacks/AcceptanceTestStatus/EG-MON-1#Step1:identifynetwork-listeningsoftwareontheheadnode), which I did back in August. I should perhaps re-run it now after the OpenStack? upgrade and see what's what.

To partially answer your question: 1) openstack-nova-api and openstack-nova-objectstore are built from: openstack-nova-2012.1.1-exogeni6.el6.src.rpm

which is a slightly patched version of what's included in the RHOS preview.

2) openstack-glance should *now* be coming from from a repo named "openstack-noarch" - which, while hosted at RENCI, is nothing more than the "stock" RHOS preview RPMs.

Ok; lemme see if that's all apparent from re-running that test.

comment:7 Changed 9 years ago by jbs@bbn.com

Description: modified (diff)
Summary: Source RPMs for packages from the 'exogeni' repoSource RPMs for packages on bbn-hn

Ok; lemme see if that's all apparent from re-running that test.

Done, with results at http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIRacksHome/ExogeniRacks/AcceptanceTestStatus/EG-MON-1#ResultsofStep1from2012-12-18.

As noted, I couldn't find SRPMs for these:

  • MegaRAID_Storage_Manager-11.08.03-03.src.rpm -- where is this from?
  • openstack-keystone-2012.1.2-4.el6.src.rpm -- this seems like it should be in the ExoGENI SRPM repo, but isn't.
  • jdk-1.6.0_30-fcs.src.rpm -- that's ok, though, there's a README file in the ExoGENI SRPM repo explaining why not.
  • xCAT-server-2.6.9-snap201111090305.src.rpm -- http://xcat.sourceforge.net/yum/2.6/core-snap-srpms has xCAT-rmc-2.6.9-snap201110210637.src.rpm, but that's a different file.

Close!

comment:8 Changed 9 years ago by jbs@bbn.com

Just to clarify, that "Close!" at the bottom of my last update was short for "We're close to done!", not "Close this ticket!".

comment:9 Changed 9 years ago by vjo@duke.edu

Your clarification is appreciated, but unnecessary. ;)

Anyhoo:

MegaRAID comes from IBM; I believe Jonathan installed it separately. I do not believe we would be able to obtain a SRPM for it. It's for managing the in-rack storage. We can do another README file for it, if need be.

openstack-keystone should be in the openstack repository, not the ExoGENI repository; we did not customize it. You should find the SRPM at: http://software.exogeni.net/repo/openstack/SRPMS/

JDK is covered.

xCAT-server - I think you were examining the repo during an update. Upon checking: http://xcat.sourceforge.net/yum/2.6/core-snap-srpms/ I see a new revision, w/ a xCAT-server SRPM.

comment:10 in reply to:  9 Changed 9 years ago by jbs@bbn.com

Replying to vjo@duke.edu:

MegaRAID comes from IBM; I believe Jonathan installed it separately. I do not believe we would be able to obtain a SRPM for it. It's for managing the in-rack storage. We can do another README file for it, if need be.

That sounds like a good plan.

openstack-keystone should be in the openstack repository, not the ExoGENI repository; we did not customize it. You should find the SRPM at: http://software.exogeni.net/repo/openstack/SRPMS/

Ah, indeed: I didn't notice in the yum list output that it said

openstack-keystone.noarch         2012.1.2-4.el6            @openstack-noarch

In fact, the quantum one is also there:

openstack-quantum.noarch          2012.1-8.el6              @openstack-noarch

I had found http://software.exogeni.net/repo/exogeni/6/current/SRPMS/openstack-quantum-neuca-0.1-exogeni3.el6.src.rpm, but that's not actually the SRPM for this; those two are actually http://software.exogeni.net/repo/openstack/noarch/openstack-keystone-2012.1.2-4.el6.noarch.rpm and http://software.exogeni.net/repo/openstack/noarch/openstack-quantum-cisco-2012.1-8.el6.noarch.rpm.

xCAT-server - I think you were examining the repo during an update. Upon checking: http://xcat.sourceforge.net/yum/2.6/core-snap-srpms/ I see a new revision, w/ a xCAT-server SRPM.

Indeed, I see it now too, so that's all set.

So, I think all we need here is a README file for MegaRAID, and that'll be it for this one.

comment:11 Changed 9 years ago by vjo@duke.edu

The IBM MegaRAID README should now be in place; our apologies for the delay.

comment:12 Changed 9 years ago by jbs@bbn.com

Resolution: fixed
Status: newclosed

No worries; it looks good, so that's it for this one!

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