News about OBS

deployments

Post-mortem: Extended Deployment time on June 30, 2017

by the OBS Team posted on 4th Jul 2017

On June 30, 2017 we had an extended deployment time of roughly 45 minutes for our reference server because of a couple of problems with one of the data migrations. We implemented a new feature, user notifications via RSS, that included a migration of data in our database. This migration was broken, causing this deployment to go terribly wrong.

The frontend team afterward met to do a post-mortem to identify the problems, solutions and possible take aways for the future. This is the first post-mortem meeting we held, hopefully but not likely the last. Here goes the report.

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development

Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 18

by the OBS Team posted on 26th Jun 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend team has achieved in the last two weeks (2017-05-12 to 2017-06-23).

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development

Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 17

by the OBS Team posted on 12th Jun 2017
We are back!

Since we were preparing for OSC17 we had a little break and suspended our SCRUM sprint for one week. Now we are back! And this is what we have accomplished in sprint 17 (2017-05-29 to 2017-06-09).

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documentation

SUSE Studio Integration

by Christian Bruckmayer posted on 31st May 2017

You all know the amazing SUSE Studio and love how it abstracts the complicated process of appliance building. However, it lacks several essential features like an integration into your continuous integration workflow or automatic rebuilds on updates. If you have followed our recent blog posts then you may have noticed that we currently work on a better integration of appliance building in the Open Build Service. This blog post will show you how you can export your appliance from SUSE Studio and import it into the Open Build Service to benefit from these features.

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development

Frontend dev-team sprint report – Sprint 16

by the OBS Team posted on 19th May 2017

Here are the results the OBS frontend developer team has achieved in the last 2 weeks (2017-05-08 to 2017-05-19).

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documentation

Creating Your Own Image Template

by Björn Geuken posted on 15th May 2017

Are you considering to write your own image templates, but you don’t know how to start? You have come to the right place.

In this short article you will learn to create you own image templates and how you can publish them.

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releases

Release of new Image Templates Page

by Björn Geuken posted on 11th May 2017

Today we are happy to announce the new Image Templates Page.

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development

Highlights of the OBS frontend development – Sprint 15

by Henne Vogelsang, Björn Geuken posted on 5th May 2017

This is the first in a series of posts in which the frontend hackers want to report to the OBS community about the progress they have made developing the web user interface and the API of the OBS. You can expect these posts to come in roughly every 2 weeks, and we very much hope you enjoy them!

But first things first, let us introduce how we are getting to these results.

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releases

Open Build Service Version 2.8 Released

by the OBS Team posted on 7th Apr 2017

The Build Service Team is happy to announce to release of Open Build Service 2.8! We’ve been hard at work to bring you many new features to the UI, the API and the backend. The UI has undergone several handy improvements including the filtering of the projects list based on a configurable regular expresion and the ability to download a project’s gpg key and ssl certificate (also available via the API). The API has been fine-tuned to allow more control over users including locking or deleting them from projects as well as declaring users to be sub-accounts of other users. The backend now includes new features such as mulibuild - the ability to build multiple jobs from a single source package without needing to create local links. Worker tracking and management has also been enhanced along with the new obsservicedispatch service which handles sources in an asynchronous queue. Published packages can now be removed using the osc unpublish command.

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in the press

Microsoft acquires Open Build Service to integrate it into Visual Studio

by the OBS Team posted on 1st Apr 2017

We are happy to announce that Microsoft will acquire Open Build Service effectively by today. OBS will be soon an extension of Visual Studio!

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releases

new osc 0.157.1 release

by Marco Strigl posted on 14th Mar 2017
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releases

Identify constraint problems

by the OBS Team posted on 21st Oct 2016
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releases

Download on Demand (DoD)

by the OBS Team posted on 5th Jul 2016
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releases

Open Build Service version 2.7 released

by the OBS Team posted on 6th Jun 2016

We are happy to announce the availability of the Open Build Service Version 2.7! Three large features around the topic of integrating external resources made it into this release. We worked on automatic tracking of moving repositories of development versions like Fedora Rawhide, distribution updates or rolling Linux releases like Arch. A change to the OBS git integration to enable developers to work on continuous builds. And last but not least an experimental KIWI import that can be used to easily migrate your images from SUSE studio.

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releases

Beta One of Version 2.7 Released

by the OBS Team posted on 18th Apr 2016

We are happy to announce the first preview release of the upcoming Open Build Service (OBS) version 2.7. Two highlights that you should check out are the download on demand support which makes it possible to include external software repositories and the new git work flows.

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Git work flows in the upcoming 2.7 release

by the OBS Team posted on 8th Apr 2016

The upcoming Open Build Service (OBS) 2.7 release will deliver massive improvements to the way we are dealing with git sources for builds.

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releases

Open Build Service version 2.6 released

by the OBS Team posted on 5th Feb 2015

Another year, another release. It's time for the Open Build Service Version 2.6! This release very much focuses on bug fixing. Since OBS 2.5 there have been over 800 commits by 16 contributors, changing 565 files with 7.000 additions and 4,550 deletions. But don't despair we did not only fix bugs, two large features also made it into this release. We worked on the collaboration features of the OBS, requests now support priority and have a better history and we have added support for building Debian live images.

Read on for more, in depth, information about OBS version 2.6.

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project

SUSE is hiring an OBS Developer!

by Henne Vogelsang posted on 2nd Feb 2015

If you are interested in modern web development, agile methodologies, being the interface to business customers and being a member of an outstanding global team of highly skilled developers, if you want to be part of a revolutionary new way to create infrastructure technology, then you should continue to read this!

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documentation

OBS Mailing List Summary, Week 22

by Nathan Cutler posted on 30th May 2014

Here is a summary of activity on the opensuse-buildservice mailing list during week 22:

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documentation

OBS Mailing List Summary, Week 21

by Nathan Cutler posted on 23rd May 2014

Here is a summary of activity on the opensuse-buildservice mailing list during week 21:

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