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README

darkserver
=========
This is simple python and Django based service which provides details of GNU build-ids
from various ELF files from the RPM packages. The service is divided into two
different parts.

Fedora wiki URL
===============
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Darkserver


Requirements
============

* Python >= 2.7
* Django >= 1.6.x
* elf-utils
* koji
* rpmdevtools
* Postgresql
* httpd
* mod_wsgi
* python-psycopg2
* redis
* wget
* python-retask
* python-cmd2
* python-requests


Web server
==========

First setup the database details in access at /etc/darkserver/darkserverweb.conf

To start the server use the following command:

$ python manage.py runserver 8080

This will start the server at port 8080. If you want to start the server in a
different port you can provide it as a command line argument.

We are now using a fedmsg listener to listen to newer builds.
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