#8248 MTS is now running in prod in dry_run mode
Opened a year ago by cqi. Modified 12 days ago

Hi, MTS is now running in prod in dry_run mode. Since the first day of deployment, I haven't seen any issue from prod in the past several days. At this moment, I have no idea when to enable MTS actually to work for Fedora. Once it is determined, feel free to enable it by setting dry_run = False in app-config.py[1] for prod env and increasing MTS_CONFIG_VERSION value in deploymentconfig.yml[2].

Hi @kevin , as we talked before fedora-infra will manage the rules file. That file contains a fake rule now for testing purpose. Feel free to remove it and add real rules.

[1] https://pagure.io/fedora-infra/ansible/blob/master/f/roles/openshift-apps/message-tagging-service/templates/app-config.py#n25
[2] https://pagure.io/fedora-infra/ansible/blob/master/f/roles/openshift-apps/message-tagging-service/templates/deploymentconfig.yml#n28

Metadata Update from @bowlofeggs:
- Issue priority set to: Waiting on Assignee (was: Needs Review)

a year ago

@cqi @lucarval what should we do with this ticket ? Does MTS need to be enable in prod ?


What is expected of us?

ping again?

Anything we need to do here?

Otherwise I'd like to close this ticket

@cqi did you see the last two pings?

@sgallagh do you know something about this ticket?

Metadata Update from @pingou:
- Issue priority set to: Next Meeting (was: Waiting on Assignee)

12 days ago

@psabata @vmaljulin do you know the status of MTS in Fedora? Is that something that is still wanted/desired/needed?

Is there something for us to do here?

I don't know the current status as I'm not involved in these efforts anymore; perhaps @dmach would.

But I would say, it is still needed. MTS was meant to tag module builds into the right tags based on module runtime (not build time) dependencies, especially when using platform stream expansion, among other things.

I was under the impression we already had it, though.

I was under the impression we already had it, though.

Reading the first comment of the ticket, we do, but only in dry_run mode and apparently with some "fake" rules (which I would have no idea to update to what).

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