On Fri, 28 May 2021 at 07:49, Miroslav Suchý <msuchy(a)redhat.com> wrote:
With the sunset of CentOS8 we want to allow builds on top real RHEL
Copr. Now that the RH Developer program is known,
what are the option? Do we already use it somewhere? Or I will be the
first to use it? :)
I need it accessible from AWS so the repos we use in Koji are likely out
of the question and I need to use real
The developer account is limited to 16 systems and is tied to an
individual. You are going to need more than that for COPR, and having it
tied to Frosty or you or Pavel means that they can never leave the group
:). [You know the mock internals much better than me ... but if you are
using the mock subscription method for the certs to get the items in AWS,
doesn't that mean that you would need to have those boxes be RHEL-8 and
their system key be used.]
For mass access like a project you will need to explore a different account
for a 'project' subscription. I think you work with Bex or others to get
that in place with the business units but I am not sure. Something like the
koji method might be possible but it would require a dedicated 'mirror'
host in AWS or other places which would mirror the packages and then allow
the clients to use them. [This is mainly to cut down the network transfer
fees in and out of AWS.] This would have a dedicated IP address to allow
for ip rules so that pulls could be allowed. Transient copr build guests
would just talk to that box.
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