Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 984215
koji mock-config produces overlapping configuration build directories
Last modified: 2015-02-17 11:07:48 EST
Description of problem:
"koji mock-config --tag" produces .cfg files with overlapping build directories. For example. this produces files with identical "root" settings, which means they'll use the same build directory for different mock processes.
koji mock-config --tag f19-i386 > f19-i386.cfg
koji mock-config --tag f19-x86_64 > f19-x86_64.cfg
This is safe only if the same mock server is never used to produce software for different architectures.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Run and compare results of "koji mock-config".
Steps to Reproduce:
1. koji mock-config --tag f19-i386 > f19-i386.cfg
2. koji mock-config --tag f19-x86_64 > f19-x86_64.cfg
3. grep "'root'" *.cfg
f19-i386.cfg: config_opts['root]' = f19
f19-x86_64.cfg: config_opts['root]' = f19
f19-i386.cfg: config_opts['root]' = f19-i386
f19-x86_64.cfg: config_opts['root]' = f19-x86_64
The risk is greatest for people like me who test both x86_64 and i386 builds on the same mock server.
These are not valid koji commands. Are you using a modified koji?
$ koji mock-config --tag f19-i386
Usage: koji mock-config [options] name
(Specify the --help global option for a list of other help options)
koji: error: Please specify a name for your buildroot
The mock-config subcommand require the name arg, which it uses in the name of the build directory.
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