Automatically run repoclosure for all arches/dists after building pulp repos
This task is related to build stuff, not Pulp itself:)
RPM dependences are occasionally missed during a build, especially for platforms we do not commonly use like el5. This occurs about once every two or three weeks for Pulp repos; QE will find that an RPM is missing while doing an install.
One way to find such issues quickly is to run repoclosure on each repos before publishing. This is typically done as one command per repo; an example is at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Mediakit_Repoclosure.
This step is typically done during the build/release process before QE handoff, but could also be done by QE. Ideally this could be run as part of the new build process.
This should be done in the nightly Jenkins build repos job. This should be done using Docker if possible because it needs to be run on each arch and dist.
#5 Updated by mhrivnak over 6 years ago
Can someone speak to how much effort this would take?
And to clarify, does this mean we would run repoclosure on the pulp repository itself after doing a build of pulp's own RPMs?
And when you say "integration tests", do you mean the test suite QE maintains? If yes, why are we the ones adding it? If no, then what are you talking about?
Generally, this proposal needs a lot more detail. A blank description is almost never sufficient.
#14 Updated by bmbouter over 2 years ago
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