we have just disabled Fedora 30 chroots in Copr.
According to the Fedora wiki , Fedora 30 reached the end of its life
on 2020-05-26 and therefore we are disabling it in Copr.
That effectively means that from this moment, it is no longer possible
to submit builds for the following chroots:
Do the COPR environments either support faccessat2 or fail with ENOSYS?
I've been told that we put in a workaround in glibc for the bogus EPERM
error from systemd-nspawn specifically to support COPR:
And we really need to remove that workaround again because EPERM is an
ambiguous error code and applies to situations where we *do not* want to
perform the fallback implementation (because it cannot perform
permission checks accurately).
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