This page describes the development builds from the CentOS Atomic SIG.

Accessing the CentOS Atomic Host Devel/Continuous Content

Starting from installed SpecialInterestGroup/Atomic/Download system, you first need to add the remote (this is a one-time operation):

ostree remote add --set=gpg-verify=false centos-atomic-continuous https://ci.centos.org/artifacts/sig-atomic/rdgo/centos-continuous/ostree/repo/ 

Quick command to switch to "smoketested" and reboot):

rpm-ostree rebase -r centos-atomic-continuous:centos-atomic-host/7/x86_64/devel/smoketested 

Available streams

There are two release streams available, "smoketested" and "continuous". The "continuous" stream delivers code directly from git master of various projects, built on a CentOS base. After that, various test suites run, and if they pass, the "smoketested" branch is updated.

Concurrently, the base CentOS content is updated as well (for example, the kernel/glibc) etc.

Historically, there was also an "alpha" branch promoted manually, but this has been redirected to "smoketested". For more information, see this issue.

More information about the content

The content is currently generated by a Jenkins job that uses rpmdistro-gitoverlay.

This job tracks Project Atomic git upstreams and generates two things: RPMs, and an OSTree commit stream, both for CentOS 7.

Input repositories are in this overlay.yml.

The results are stored in CentOS CI Artifacts.

You can access the RPMs as well, though this is discouraged currently:

[atomic-centos-continuous] baseurl=https://ci.centos.org/artifacts/sig-atomic/rdgo/centos-continuous/build gpgcheck=0 

JJB Code Location: https://github.com/CentOS/sig-atomic-buildscripts

SpecialInterestGroup/Atomic/Devel (last edited 2017-04-27 16:36:38 by ColinWalters)