The two ostree installer images - Atomic (Cloud) and Workstation - no longer compose for Fedora 25 or Rawhide. My fedora_nightlies thing tells us the last time either image showed up was 2016-10-18, for both F25 and Rawhide:
I don't really know what to look for in the logs, but this does stand out, from today's F25:
"error: No package 'pam_pkcs11' found"
I looked, and indeed, the current nightly Workstation installer tree does not have that package, but the Beta one did. I'm not sure what it is that's deciding we need it, though.
As to why it used to be in the tree but no longer is, it's listed in @standard in comps but fedora-workstation-packages.ks and the @workstation-product-environment group only pull in @core, not @standard , so maybe something else previously required it but no longer does...
Proposing as a freeze exception for F25 so if we figure this out, we have a shot at getting these images in the Final compose.
In fact this can be an automatic FE: "Bugs which entirely prevent the composition of one or more of the non-release-blocking images required to be built for a currently-pending (pre-)release" - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:SOP_freeze_exception_bug_process#Automatic_freeze_exceptions
The Atomic Host ostree commit generation seems OK right? AFAICS this just affects WorkstationOstree.
Ray tells me that pam_pkcs11 is no longer needed, since the functionality has been replaced inside pam_sssd. Why a provides/obsoletes wasn't added, I don't know...
I think a provides was added, but rpm-ostree doesn't currently use them, only package names.
That is in progress to be fixed by https://github.com/rpm-software-management/libhif/pull/204
I think there are multiple bugs. Neither of the ostree installer ISOs has appeared for either F25 or Rawhide since 2016-10-18. In addition to that log, which suggests that either pam_pkcs11 needs pulling into the Workstation tree or dropping from fedora-ostree-workstation.json , there's this one:
which kinda looks like an mkisofs call fails for both the ostree installer ISOs, but doesn't have any useful info on why.
I was asking about this in #fedora-workstation, pam_pkcs11 is listed explicitly in the JSON definition:
kalev thought it was safe to remove and mclasen didn't think anything relies on this. I filed a PR for the workstation ostree config:
I think pkcs11 thing is entirely unrelated to the install images not being available though.
The error there is something from mkisofs failing, but unfortunately without more lorax logs we don't know why.
I know we now have ISOs for f25. Can this be closed?
So far as I'm concerned, yes. Is anyone else tracking anything here?
well, we're still not getting Rawhide Atomic installer images. This *could* be related to the ldb/tdb mess - viz. https://kojipkgs.fedoraproject.org/compose/rawhide/Fedora-Rawhide-20161205.n.0/logs/x86_64/ostree/ostree-2/create-ostree-repo.log - but there's also this in the ostree_installer log:
Joliet tree sort failed. The -joliet-long switch may help you.
NOTE: multiple source directories have been specified and merged into the root
of the filesystem. Check your program arguments. genisoimage is not tar.
2016-12-05 11:44:20,953: command returned failure (1)
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 26 development cycle.
Changing version to '26'.
We should remove pam_pkcs11 from comps as well; it's still there.
(In reply to Paul W. Frields from comment #6)
> I was asking about this in #fedora-workstation, pam_pkcs11 is listed
> explicitly in the JSON definition:
> kalev thought it was safe to remove and mclasen didn't think anything relies
> on this. I filed a PR for the workstation ostree config:
It just ignores comps? It's pretty poor that the ostree product is built from a completely separate set of packages than the main product. :/
In the end though, if we go the "Atomic Workstation" and not "Ostree Workstation" route (a major distinction being that devel tools go in containers), they're inherently going to be pretty distinct sets of things.
For Atomic Workstation, it's a bug that /usr/bin/gcc exists on the host filesystem.
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