ReleaseEngineering/How To/Add a Python Package to PuppetAgain
< ReleaseEngineering | How To
Warning: This is probably not what you want to do! Only PuppetAgain itself uses the PuppetAgain python repository now. Instead, see Buildduty:Other Duties
Step by step instructions
# ssh to `firstname.lastname@example.org export URL=https://pypi.python.org/packages/source/m/mozfile/mozfile-0.9.tar.gz export PACKAGE=`basename $URL` wget --no-check-certificate $URL chmod 664 $PACKAGE cd /data/python/packages ls -l $PACKAGE # it should not exist # verify the package doesn't already exist. # if you upload a different version of the same package, # e.g. PACKAGE-1.1 when PACKAGE-1.0 is there, there's a # non-zero chance this will break something that relies on PACKAGE. # Please be mindful of tree issues after uploading a python package # that tests or builds rely on. sudo mv ~/$PACKAGE . # verify you can see PACKAGE in http://puppetagain.pub.build.mozilla.org/data/python/packages/ # this will get synced to all the other puppetagain hosts every 30 minutes.
should tell you what host is syncing, and when.
'repos' is a cname to the various releng-puppet servers; you'll have to use their fqdn's if you want to reach a specific server.