[Deepsea-users] OBS project

Jan Fajerski jfajerski at suse.com
Fri Nov 24 02:00:18 MST 2017

On Fri, Nov 24, 2017 at 09:46:12AM +0100, Nathan Cutler wrote:
>>>Since Factory/Tumbleweed is supposed to be more-or-less on the 
>>>cutting edge, I would like to migrate filesystems:ceph/ceph to the 
>>>new Mimic build ASAP. Will this have any adverse effect on the 
>>>DeepSea build in filesystems:ceph/deepsea?
>>For the build: no I don't think so. Though I guess installation from 
>>that one project won't work anymore?
>Right. This change will cause problems for anyone who might be relying 
>on filesystems:ceph containing RPMs built from the "stable" branch of 
>deepsea (I think it's called "SES5") together with corresponding ceph 
>RPMs. After I make this change, the ceph build in filesystems:ceph 
>will be intended to work with deepsea RPMs built from the master 
Right. DeepSea's SES5 branch should move to filesystems:ceph:luminous of course.  
I'll bring this up in next weeks standup. Until then I think the SES5 branch 
should work reasonably with the current ceph devel project.
>>Wasn't the approach so far that filesystems:ceph mirrored the 
>>current latest version (now to be filesystems:ceph:mimic)? Is this 
>>going to change now?
>That has always been the approach, since filesystems:ceph is the devel 
>project for Factory/Tumbleweed.
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Jan Fajerski
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