On Tue, 2017-09-12 at 13:52 +0100, Peter Robinson wrote:
On Tue, Sep 12, 2017 at 1:46 PM, John Florian
> I have a couple of private Koji instances I maintain that have the
> Fedora repositories added as an external source via local mirrors.
> When a Fedora releases reaches EoL, I follow along and to reduce
> usage of the mirrors, I will delete the older releases. Recently
> went this route but kojira still tries to run newRepo tasks against
> f24-build tag and fails because the mirror is gone. How can I stop
> kojira for these older releases? I've tried lock-tag, but that
> seem to make any difference.
Remove the associated build target
Oh! That's simple enough. Thanks Peter! It also seems like a better
way to stop accidental builds than lock-tag. I wouldn't have guessed
this approach because other attempts to delete other things in Koji
invariably resulted in being denied due to references, i.e., foreign
key constraints (I presume).
Are there any other advisable steps to take for an EoL process (with
respect to Koji)? Doh! I just decided to google "fedora eol sop" and
quickly came across the answer to that Q and my original at: