#47865 release admin/console on epel7
Closed: Fixed None Opened 5 years ago by rmeggins.

We need to release admin/console components on EPEL7. I've just requested EL-7 branches for the following packages: idm-console-framework 389-adminutil 389-admin 389-console 389-dsgw 389-ds-console 389-admin-console 389-ds
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/epel7/Requests#EPEL_Branch_Requests

Using "devel" is supposed to create the EL-7 branch based on the f19 branch. Once the branches are created, we can use fedpkg build and update to build the packages for el7.


Hi apols but does anyone have an ETA for the admin console on epel7?

Many Thanks

Stuart

Hi all! Thanks so much for your work on enhancing EL 7 with extra packages.

I just wanted to report that this issue bit me hard the other day. I was/am deploying 389 Directory Server for my church and we have a brand new CentOS 7 box. I needed the admin and console family of packages, so I ended up deploying them from the Fedora 19 repositories.

Because of this, we have access to all of the necessary components of 389 DS, but no access to ongoing support or security fixes.

Obviously this is not ideal, so any traction in getting these packages into EPEL 7 would be greatly appreciated. :)

Thanks!

Looks like we are gated by RHEL 7.1. There are some packages we need to be updated in RHEL 7.1, notably jss for the TLS 1.1 support, before we can build console. We will try to release these console packages on EPEL7 as soon as possible after RHEL 7.1 is released.

Given that this has already taken 7 months cant you create a corp repo containing those packages and or push this on Epel so CentOS users dont have to wait for RHEL 7.1 being released?

I might be missing something, but it looks like idm-console-framework never made it out of epel-testing. The documentation indicates that all of this should be in EPEL, but I still can't install 389-console, unless I enable the testing repo.

Replying to [comment:9 gordonmessmer]:

I might be missing something, but it looks like idm-console-framework never made it out of epel-testing. The documentation indicates that all of this should be in EPEL, but I still can't install 389-console, unless I enable the testing repo.

There have been zero testers who provided karma in bodhi for the EPEL update:

https://bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/FEDORA-EPEL-2015-6662

We can push this at this point with no karma, but it would be appreciated if you can provide karma while logged in with your FAS account. In general, that speeds up how quickly packages move out of testing.

Thanks. I didn't get a notice for your comment. I've added karma to the 389-ds-console and 389-admin-console packages.

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