Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 433408
kojira shouldn't start automatically
Last modified: 2013-01-09 20:48:17 EST
Installing koji-utils shouldn't automatically enable kojira init script
that's the only thing in koji-utils. You don't install koji-utils unless you
well... I have some pending changes that add some other utilities to koji-utils,
in particular koji-gc and koji-shadow. With the advent of other utilities, I
think the request makes sense.
Not to mention that the instructions for installing koji at
wind up installing koji-utils (so every packager following instructions is
getting this on and started by default -- not good)
Hmm, scratch at least some of that -- yum install koji fedora-packager doesn't
pull it in now
Filed upstream as https://fedorahosted.org/koji/ticket/96
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