On Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 11:12 AM, Anton Marchukov <amarchuk(a)redhat.com>
Test failed: 000_check_repo_closure.check_repo_closure
Link to suspected patches:
Link to Job: http://jenkins.ovirt.org/job/test-repo_ovirt_experimental_
Link to all logs: http://jenkins.ovirt.org/job/
Error snippet from the log:
package: cockpit-ostree-138-1.el7.x86_64 from internal_repo
package: python2-botocore-1.4.43-1.el7.noarch from internal_repo
python-dateutil >= 0:2.1
We seem to have two new repoclosure problems here.
1. The first one is due to python2-botocore from http://mirror.centos.org/
centos/7/virt/x86_64/ovirt-4.0/common/ now requiring python-dateutils
version 2.1 while we have only 1.5 in our dependencies.
Thanks, tagged python-dateutils for release:
But why are you using 4.0 Virt SIG repos in a 4.1 job? It doesn't make
2. The second one might be just a missing include in OST. Which
package/repo should we consume rom-ostreed from?
rpm-ostree is available in CentOS Atomic SIG repo. We can't disable
the cockpit-ostree subpackage build in VIrt SIG for providing recent
cockpit but we don't really want to tag rpm-ostreee in virt sig repo.
It's shipped in testing repo for atomic here:
I would suggest to use Virt SIG as lookaside repo insead of as checked repo.
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