Bodhi Infrastructure SOP
Bodhi is used by Fedora developers to submit potential package updates for releases. From here, bodhi handles all of the dirty work, from sending around emails, dealing with Koji, to mashing the repositories.
Bodhi project Trac: https://fedorahosted.org/bodhi/
Owner: Fedora Infrastructure Team
Persons: lmacken, f13
Purpose: Push package updates, and handle new submissions.
Adding a new pending release
The following commands need to be run from a bodhi checkout at the moment. The easiest way to do this is to log into `releng02`, and do the following.
$ sudo su - masher $ cd bodhi $ make shell >>> Release(name='F13', long_name='Fedora 13', id_prefix='FEDORA', dist_tag='dist-f13', locked=True) >>> from bodhi.jobs import refresh_metrics >>> refresh_metrics()
0-day Release Actions
Going from pending to a proper release in bodhi requires setting the Release.locked field to false:
ssh releng02 sudo su - masher cd bodhi make shell >>> Release.byName('F15').locked = False >>> exit()
You may also need to disable any pre-release policy defined in the bodhi config in puppet.
ssh puppet01 cd puppet/modules/bodhi/templates vi bodhi-prod.cfg.erb
Then you can safely remove or comment out the release-specific policy:
# Release status # post-beta enforces the 'Beta to Pre Release' policy defined here: # https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Updates_Policy f15.status = 'post_beta' f15.post_beta.mandatory_days_in_testing = 3 f15.post_beta.critpath.num_admin_approvals = 1 f15.post_beta.critpath.min_karma = 2
Pushing EPEL updates
SSH into the EPEL masher, and run the following command:
* sudo bodhi --push --push-release=EL-4 --push-release=EL-5 -u $YOUR_USERNAME
This will display a list of updates that are ready to be pushed. If you press enter, it will quit the tool and write out the package lists to corresponding files (eg: Testing-EL5, Stable-EL4) which can then be used for piping through the signing scripts.
Once the packages are signed you can run the above `bodhi` command again and press `y` to begin the push. You can then keep track of the progress by running `tail -f /var/log/bodhi/server.log`. If a problem occurs, you can resume the push by running:
* sudo bodhi --push --push-release=EL-4 --push-release=EL-5 -u $YOUR_USERNAME --resume-push
Doing a production bodhi upgrade
for app in 01 02 03 04 5 6 07; do sudo func "app$app*" call command run 'yum clean metadata' sudo func "app$app*" call command run 'yum -y update bodhi-server' sudo func "app$app*" call command run '/usr/sbin/puppetd -t' curl -I http://app$app/updates/ sleep 5 done
Troubleshooting and Resolution
Bodhi caches the most recent repodata for all releases in `/mnt/koji/mash/updates/*.repodata`. Sometimes, if a push fails or crashes for some reason, this can lead to corrupted metadata. So, if you see this message:
* Repodata sanity check failed! * updateinfo.xml.gz contains empty ID tags
You can remove the cached metadata and try resuming the push:
* rm -fr /mnt/koji/mash/updates/el*.repodata * bodhi --push --push-release=EL-4 --push-release=EL-5 -u $YOUR_USERNAME --resume-push
Creating tables at sqlite:/// when trying to use postgres!?
When using a third-party TurboGears identity provider or visit manager, this may sometimes require you to enable SQLAlchemy in your configuration. Since bodhi v0.x uses SQLObject, this can currently confuse `tg-admin` initialization configurations, and will require you to temporarily comment out the following line when you need to run the `tg-admin sql create` database initialization.
# Required by jsonfas identity provider to run, but confuses tg-admin. #sqlalchemy.dburi="sqlite:///"
More Tips/tricks for working with a Bodhi instance can be found here: