Kimchi is a sub-project of oVirt and we are planning to make available to users
simple qcow2 image files of Fedora 23, OpenSUSE 42.1 and Ubuntu 16.04 with
Kimchi installed in there.
We need support to store the files and make them available to download, in a
service like FTP. Since Kimchi mailing lists already use oVirt infrastructure,
I'd like to know if it's possible to be supported by oVirt and how to do that.
Thanks and best regards, Paulo.
Paulo Ricardo Paz Vital
Linux Technology Center, IBM Systems
can you help Paulo on the basics on how to submit a patch to gerrit.ovirt.org to the jenkins repo?
Regarding the first part of your 1'st question, your patch needs to be sent to the 'jenkins' project on gerrit.ovirt.org (on the master branch): git://gerrit.ovirt.org/jenkins.git. , does he need special permissions for that? Also I'm not sure about the second part of the question.
Regarding your 2'nd question, all you need is to add a key named 'trigger-times' in the project yaml, and put the desired value.
trigger-times: 'H H/6 * * *'
Regarding question 3, afaik we only support CentOS and Fedora, can you confirm that?
Hi Paulo, anything else needed from us?
Did you got a chance to post patches to gerrit.ovirt.org for adding Kiimchi project to standard CI?
I discussed with the team about it and we have decided to not continue with this approach at this moment.
I'll close this ticket and appreciate all support provided by you guys.