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These scripts assist in syncing to staging and to prod for releases, whether These scripts assist in syncing to staging and to prod for releases, whether
they are full point releases, simple update releases, or a brand new repository they are full point releases, simple update releases, or a brand new repository
being added. Each script here has a specific purpose. being added. Each script here has a specific purpose.
What to do?
-----------
When the scripts are being ran, they are usually ran with a specific purpose or
a reason. They are also ran in a certain order.
The below are common vars files. common_X will override what's in common.
```
.
├── common
├── common_8
```
These are for the releases in general. What they do is noted below.
```
├── gen-torrents.sh -> Generates torrents for images
├── minor-release-sync-to-staging.sh -> Syncs a minor release to staging
├── prep-staging-8.sh -> Preps staging updates and signs repos
├── sign-repos-only.sh -> Signs the repomd (only)
├── sync-to-prod.sh -> Syncs staging to production
├── sync-to-staging.sh -> Syncs a provided compose to staging
├── sync-to-staging-sig.sh -> Syncs a sig provided compose to staging
```
Generally, you will only run `minor-release-sync-to-staging.sh` when a full
minor release is being produced. So for example, if 8.5 has been built out, you
would run that after a compose. `gen-torrents.sh` would be ran shortly after.
When doing updates, the order of operations (preferably) would be:
* `sync-to-staging.sh`
* `sync-to-staging-sig.sh` Only if sigs are updated
* `prep-staging-X.sh` -> This is required to ensure the groups, compos, and
module data stay sane. This helps us provide older
packages in the repos.
* `sync-to-prod.sh` -> After the initial testing, it is sent to prod.
#!/bin/bash #!/bin/bash
# Signs repo metadata only # Signs repo metadata only
# Source common variables
export RLVER=8
# shellcheck disable=SC2046,1091,1090 # shellcheck disable=SC2046,1091,1090
source "$(dirname "$0")/common" source "$(dirname "$0")/common"
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