The configuration for CentOS Stream 8 was renamed in mock-core-configs so
it makes more sense now (currently the updated package is getting to
updates-testing), and we'll have to adjust Fedora Copr to comply with
The idea now is to try script the movement on backend (built results), and
create compat symlink 'centos-stream-x86_64 => centos-stream-8-x86_64'.
This way new build results will be put into the new location, and old
clients will be able to access old/new results.
Does this make sense, or is there a better idea?
From the UI/API perspective, I believe we'll be able to migrate the
existing chroot transparently without disabling old one and creating a new
one. If this doesn't happen to be possible (new chroot will be needed)
I'll reply here to warn you that the centos-stream buildroot needs to be
re-enabled. In any case, note that the `--chroot centos-stream-x86_64`
option will stop working very soon, and you should start using
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