On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 11:02:36PM -0500, Randy Barlow wrote:
On Tue, 2017-02-28 at 23:39 +0000, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
> I get this doing 'fedpkg update':
> fedora.client.bodhi.BodhiClientException: Unable to create update.
> Authentication required
> It's unclear what authentication is required, but I have a valid ssh
> key and live Kerberos key, so I'm not sure what else it needs ...
fedpkg uses the bodhi CLI to create the Bodhi update. The bodhi CLI
doesn't do kerberos or ssh for auth, but what it does depends on which
version of bodhi you are using. If you are using bodhi 2.*, it uses
OpenID to authenticate (and has an annoying issue where you are
prompted to type your password every time you do anything). If you are
using bodhi 0.9, I'm not sure how it does authentication but I think it
might also be the same OpenID code.
Were you prompted for a password?
It seems that the error message really meant "the service is down",
because it works as of this morning.
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