When Fedora 30 was released, the playbook that updates Bodhi's frontend containers was not run. This means that Bodhi's OpenShift containers are still only requiring updates to be in testing for 3 days instead of 7 for Fedora 30.
Normally I would just run rbac-playbook openshift-apps/bodhi.yml to apply the change, but due to https://pagure.io/fedora-infrastructure/issue/7748 I don't want to rebuild the container image since I'm only 95% sure that the front end does not use hawkey. I've done no testing at all with the front end and the hawkey that is known to break Bodhi, so don't feel comfortable running that playbook on a Friday.
Is it possible for an OpenShift admin to inject the updated Bodhi config into the existing container image we have (with the old hawkey) to get the 7 day config into place? If not, I guess we'll have to decide what the risk/reward ratio of running the playbook might be.
cc @pbrobinson @mohanboddu
I have deployed a newly built pod (because the base image doesn't yet have the broken libdnf/hawkey.
Please let us know if this isn't fixed.
Metadata Update from @kevin:
- Issue close_status updated to: Fixed
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)
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