On 06/15/2013 02:39 PM, John Morris wrote:
Updated to koji-1.8.0-1 over here.
Koji repos reference local package URLs under the /kojifiles directory.
Since the previous version installed here, symlinks named 'toplink'
have been placed in generated repos' top level directories. The symlink
is included package URL paths, and without 'FollowSymLinks' added to
Apache's /kojifiles directory options, package URLs break.
Using toplink allows koji to create yum repos without a fixed baseurl
(rpm paths remain relative to the repo itself). This makes koji's repos
much more sane.
Of course the Apache 'FollowSymLinks' behavior is disabled by
because of security implications. There may be a more secure
configuration, but we're not worried about that in our environment. If
others don't chime in with advice for more secure options, do your
homework when security is a consideration in your environment!
Actually, FollowSymlinks is the default in the current apache httpd.
The server will follow symbolic links in this directory. This is
the default setting.
This may be new in 2.4.
The line in question in the provided koji-hub httpd.conf example:
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