Highlights from 2021-08-26 release¶
Unified repofile for all Fedora versions¶
#639 - In the past, we generated different repofiles for stable Fedora releases and
Fedora rawhide. They differed in
baseurl value, on Rawhide it contained
fedora-rawhide-$basearch while on stable releases it contained
fedora-$releasever-$basearch. This could be now unified and the repofile is
exactly the same for all Fedora versions, see the releng RFE for more info
about the change.
Builder VMs priority¶
The Fedora Copr builders are provided from multiple sources (AWS On-Demand instances, AWS Spot instances, dedicated in-house hypervisors). The price for using a builder differs based on its type, so now we attempt to prioritize use of the cheaper variants.
Read more about Fedora Copr farm of builders.
#1816 - Data from chroots that were disabled by their project owners or that were marked as EOL, is not deleted immediately but with an intended delay. Such chroots are displayed in a project overview with a trash icon next to them. The trash icon message was vague and confusing, so we improved its wording to more accurately describe when the data is going to be deleted.
#509 - When opening package detail you can now see its generic information that was previously visible in the package settings form (e.g. whether webhook-rebuild is enabled, for which chroots the package is being built, etc).
#1558 - When a build fails because of an unexpected appstream-builder problem, we now properly log the error output so it is transparent to users.
#1886 - We documented that Fedora Copr uses Amazon AWS CDN to spread the RPM repositories across the globe and that listing those repositories in a web browser may sometimes show outdated data because of caching while not affecting DNF/YUM behavior.
#1881 - Signing built packages occasionally failed because of TCP connection timeouts within the cloud. We now repeat the request several times before giving up.
#1792 - The
copr new-webhook-secret <owner>/<project>was the last piece of code to be finally migrated from APIv1 to APIv3. Please be aware that per EOL Copr APIv1 and APIv2 document, the APIv1 code is going to be removed from
copr-frontendin the following release.
#1888 - Copr-cli commands
copr-cli listnow return non-zero status code on failure.
#1896 - It is now possible to disable appstream metadata generation when creating or modifying projects via
RHBZ 1940748 - The badge for the last build is not being cached anymore and therefore should always return the actual status.