On 8 August 2017 at 08:01, Kaleb S. KEITHLEY <kkeithle(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I've noticed that puiterwijk and kevin have done builds recently of
It's unclear to me why anyone would do that. I don't mind really, but I
want remind everyone that glusterfs was retired from EPEL when RHEL
started to ship glusterfs client-side RPMs.
So this is not an EPEL issue, but a confusing name repository that is used
by Fedora Infrastructure.
Due to policies set as lessons learned, packages used on the Fedora
Infrastructure systems need to be built either by Red Hat or rebuilt on the
Fedora koji system. So for the few systems which use glusterfs inside of
Fedora Infrastructure, we rebuild the glusterfs packages and tag them for
the internal repo. The name might have been less confusing as infra-el7 but
at the time of naming it.. there was only so much time to figure out the
colour of the bikeshed.
The correct place to get el7 rpms for RHEL and CentOS is from the CentOS
If I failed somehow to fully retire glusterfs from EPEL, please let me
know so that I can clean up any remaining bits that I missed the first
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Stephen J Smoogen.