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Old 02-12-2010, 06:29 PM
 
Default Koji and signed packages

Hi guys,



I have run my own Koji on Fedora 11.
I was testing the signing stuff and got a problem:



I built a test1 rpm for my fedora 10
tag, downloaded it to a client machine, with "koji download-build",
then signed it locally.

Then I imported the signed rpm to the
server with "koji import-sig".



I see that koji created an directory
in "/mnt/koji/packages/test1/1/1.fc10/data/sigcache" named with
the Key ID and

created a .sig file there.

But when I look for signed packages
in the Fedora 10 tag with "koji list-signed", Koji shows nothing
(koji list-signed ).

Debuging the command, it shows:



getting tag listing

got tag listing

...

No copy: /mnt/koji/packages/test1/1/1.fc10/data/signed//src/test1-1-1.fc10.src.rpm

No copy: /mnt/koji/packages/test1/1/1.fc10/data/signed//x86_64/test1-1-1.fc10.x86_64.rpm

No copy: /mnt/koji/packages/test1/1/1.fc10/data/signed//i386/test1-1-1.fc10.i386.rpm

No copy: /mnt/koji/packages/test1/1/1.fc10/data/signed/c776ad20/i386/test1-1-1.fc10.i386.rpm

...



Is this a bug ? Seems that Koji is looking
in the wrong place ("signed" directory).

Have I forgot to configure something
? Or did I do something wrong ?



Appreciate any help



Regards



Rodrigo Trujillo

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Old 02-12-2010, 08:50 PM
Jesse Keating
 
Default Koji and signed packages

On Fri, 2010-02-12 at 17:29 -0200, rotru@br.ibm.com wrote:
>
> I built a test1 rpm for my fedora 10 tag, downloaded it to a client
> machine, with "koji download-build", then signed it locally.
> Then I imported the signed rpm to the server with "koji import-sig".

You missed the koji write-signed-rpm

That will instruct koji to combine the cached signed header with the
rest of the rpm for a signed copy. This is a separate action as it does
double your disk space usage for each build you write out.

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