Service to automatically upload built Fedora images to internal and external cloud providers.
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Fedimg

Service to automatically upload built Fedora images to internal and external cloud providers.

License

Fedimg is licensed under AGPLv3 or newer. See the LICENSE file for more information.

Documentation

Official Fedimg documentation can be found at RTFD or in docs/.

If you are interested in contributing to fedimg, you can read the developer documentation.

Triggering jobs

Fedimg is designed to perform automatically when it sees the appropriate fedmsg. However, sometimes, it's useful to be able to quickly trigger a job manually. If Fedimg is installed properly, the bin/trigger_upload.py script can be used for this purpose:

usage: trigger_upload.py [-h] -u URL -c COMPOSE_ID [-p]

Trigger a manual upload process with the specified raw.xz URL

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -u URL, --url URL     .raw.xz URL
  -c COMPOSE_ID, --compose-id COMPOSE_ID
                        compose id of the .raw.xz file
  -p, --push-notifications
                        Bool to check if we need to push fedmsg notifications

This script simply skips the part where Fedimg listens for the fedmsg, and allows you to directly provide a URL to a raw.xz image file that you'd like uploaded. Otherwise, Fedimg performs the same as during automatic operation.

Providers

We hope to simultaneously upload our cloud images to a variety of internal and external spaces. Currently, the code supports Amazon EC2. Work has begun toward supporting Rackspace, GCE, and HP. We're currently waiting on some legal developments to determine what sort of account and access we'll have to these providers.

Contributors