Koschei is a software for running a service for scratch-rebuilding RPM packages in Koji instance when their build-dependencies change or after some time elapse.
Python code dependencies: - alembic - dnf - fedmsg - flask - flask-openid - flask-sqlalchemy - hawkey - jinja2 - koji - librepo - psycopg2 - rpm - sqlalchemy
Other runtime dependencies: - createrepo_c - curl
Test dependencies (optional): - nose - mock
Infrastructure: - httpd with mod_wsgi (other WSGI servers should work too, but were not tested) - postgresql (can be external service) - koji hub (can be external service) - fedmsg (optional) - systemd (optional)
For production deployment install koschei RPM package. Development snapshots are available at https://msimacek.fedorapeople.org/koschei/repo/.
Setting up the database:
- Install PostgreSQL server with
yum install postgresql-server. Other
database servers are not supported and won't work.
- Enable the service with
systemctl enable postgresql-server
and start it with
systemctl start postgresq-server
- Create the database with
- In case your DB instance is on another machine or uses different
authentication method than the default
ident, you'll need to configure the
connection in koschei configuration file. See below.
- Populate DB schema with
Koschei consists of multiple systemd services that can be started separately. For fully working instance you'll want to start all of them, for passive instance that doesn't submit builds, you'll want to skip koschei-scheduler. For submiting builds, you need to install a koji certificate at /home/koschei/.fedora.cert (and also the CA and server CA certificates). The cert files have the same layout as when generated using fedora-cert and using fedpkg or koji client.
The web interface is a WSGi application, which can be run within Apache Server. The koschei RPM package ships httpd configuration file that should work out-of-the-box as you start httpd.
After a koschei package update to a newer version, you need to manually stop
the services (including httpd) and execute DB migrations. Migrations are
alembic -c /usr/share/koschei/alembic.ini upgrade head. Then the
services can be started again.
The configuration is formed by merging default configuration values and the local configuration in /etc/koschei/config.cfg. The cfg files are regular Python files that expect assignment to config dictionary variable. The default config is stored at /usr/share/koschei/config.cfg and can serve as a documentation of which values are possible. Keep in mind that the merging of configurations is recursive, it merges all dictionaries, not just the top-level ones.
Koschei is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
Koschei is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
A copy of the GNU General Public License is contained in the LICENSE.txt file.