On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 9:56 PM, Mike McLean <mikem(a)redhat.com> wrote:
However, I should point out that mock does support a "site-wide
configuration file" (/etc/mock/site-defaults.cfg). The default site
config for mock does nothing, but you could conceivably set options
there on your builders. A few caveats though:
1) this may be playing with fire a bit
2) you're likely going to damage/break reproducibility
3) you'll want to keep such settings consistent across all your builders.
Sorry for the late response.
AFAIK, kojid overrides mock site-defaults and turns off ccache,
yum_cache and root_cache:
Btw, instead of fiddling with koji-builder internals, we decided to
manually build via mock and then import the packages on koji; this
lets use to do whatever we like with build-time mock parameters and
still use koji as a repository backend, and we're quite satisfied with
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