Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 141269
Updating Channel Mappings for SVC0062
Last modified: 2007-04-18 13:16:03 EDT
Please add the RHEL WS channels to SVC0062.
The latest revision (# 9922) of rhel-academic-mappings.csv has been
committed to svn.
not sure of the status of the mapping tool, or whether it's in prod or
not, so assigning to pjones.
It is in prod, so sometime today we should get together and I can show
you how to use it.
mapping tool reports the following... not sure if this is an error or not.
Creating item mappings
processing item SVC0062
Invalid channel family 'rhel-ia64-as-ia32supp'
Invalid channel family 'rhel-ia64-ws-ia32supp'
Invalid channel family 'rhel-ia64-es-ia32supp'
Strange - These channel families have parsed in the past.
rhel3-channels.csv on svn confirms these channel families exist.
Can you investigate?
the *-ia64-*-ia32supp channels did at one time exist in QA, but never
in production. These were going to be containers for the ia32
compatibility libraries. The RHEL team subsequently decided that they
didn't want to have these channels but would rather have the packages
in the base channel.
So bascially these are vestigal mappings for channels that do not
exist. I didn't take them out right away because it was a pain in the
ass to put them in to begin with and I was hedging that the RHEL team
might re-redecide that they actually did want the channels.
I think it's safe to remove them all now.
Created attachment 107835 [details]
The mappings for SVC0062 have been revised in the attached spreadsheet,
removing the offending channels.
needs to go into subversion...
Revised mappings committed to svn (revision # 10002).
run in QA
Push to Prod.