Installing pagure-ci

A CI stands for Continuous Integration. Pagure can be configured to integrate results coming from CI services, such as Jenkins on pull-request opened against the project.

Configure your system

  • Install the required dependencies
python-jenkins
python-redis
python-trololio

Note

We ship a systemd unit file for pagure_ci but we welcome patches for scripts for other init systems.

  • Install the files of pagure-ci as follow:
Source Destination
pagure-ci/pagure_ci_server.py /usr/libexec/pagure-ci/pagure_ci_server.py
pagure-ci/pagure_ci.service /etc/systemd/system/pagure_ci.service

The first file is the pagure-ci service itself, triggering the build on the CI service when there is a new pull-request or a change to an existing one.

The second file is the systemd service file.

  • Configure your pagure instance to support CI, add the following to your configuration file
PAGURE_CI_SERVICES = ['jenkins']
  • Activate the service and ensure it’s started upon boot:
systemctl enable redis
systemctl start redis
systemctl enable pagure_ci
systemctl start pagure_ci