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Old 01-24-2011, 01:10 PM
Martin Langhoff
 
Default pungi vs anaconda buildinstall: TMPDIR works, local cache ignored...

Working with Pungi 2.1.4 to build the School Server OLPC spin (which
fir test purposes is being done on F14, though that's not the final
target).

- Seems like Pungi has for a long time avoided setting a smart TMPDIR
when calling anaconda's buildinstall. This uses a sizable chunk of
/tmp . I've pached pypungi/__init__.py to set it, and it works fairly
well (for me at least). Was going to post a patch but v2.5.0 has been
completely reworked.

- The buildinstall process is dog slow for me -- because buildinstall
is ignoring the pungi cache and grabbing it all itself, again. Is this
expected? Should pungi add a "repo" of it's own local cache?

Looking at pungi's git repo, I ended up looking at Lorax code -- so I
gather patches to scratch my own itch won't be merged.

Keen on hearing when new pungi plus new lorax can build a F14 image.

cheers,


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