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image-manager

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image-manager serves an image repository.

A build server sends ISO images and checksum files to image-manager, which archives them in the correct spot based on their channel.

image-manager provides three subcommands:

  • gentoken: Generate an API token (more on that later).
  • server: An HTTP server that lets you upload files.
  • client: An HTTP client that uploads files.

Dependencies

You need Go installed.

On Fedora:

sudo dnf install -y golang

Download all the Go dependencies:

go mod download

Build

Build with:

make

Install

Install with:

make install

The default prefix is /usr/local but you can specify another one:

make install PREFIX=/usr

And you can also relocate the binaries, this is particularly useful when building packages:

...

%install
make install DESTDIR=%{buildroot} PREFIX=%{_prefix}

...

Configuration file

Format:

storage: <PATH TO STORAGE LOCATION>
channels:
  - name: <NAME>
    path: <PATH RELATIVE TO STORAGE LOCATION>
    cleanup: <BOOLEAN>
  - ...
tokens:
  - token: <TOKEN>
    created: <TIMESTAMP>
  - ...

Token

All requests to the API require a token. You can generate one with:

image-manager gentoken [--config=<FILENAME>]

This command will generate a new token and store it in the YAML file <FILENAME>. The file name is image-manager.yaml by default (that is when --config is not passed).

If you instead wants to use Docker type something like:

docker run --rm -it \
  -v $(pwd)/image-manager.yaml:/etc/image-manager.yaml \
  liriorg/image-manager \
  gentoken -c /etc/image-manager.yaml

Server

Start the server with:

image-manager server [--config=<FILENAME>] [--path=<PATH>] [--verbose] --address=[<ADDR>]

This command will start the HTTP server.

The tokens are validated against the configuration file, see the previous chapter for more information.

Replace <PATH> with the path to your archive.

Replace <ADDR> with the host name and port to bind, by default it's ":8080" which means port 8080 on localhost.

Pass --verbose to print more messages.

If you instead wants to use Docker type something like:

docker run --rm -it \
  -v $(pwd)/image-manager.yaml:/etc/image-manager.yaml \
  -v $(pwd)/archive:/var/archive \
  -p 8080:8080 \
  liriorg/image-manager \
  receive -c /etc/image-manager.yaml -p /var/archive

Client

Start the client with:

image-manager client [--token=<TOKEN>] [--address=<ADDR>] [--channel=<CHANNEL>] [[--file=<FILE>], ...] [--verbose]

This command will upload one or more files to the <ADDR> server, using the <TOKEN> API token.

Replace <CHANNEL> with the channel you want to upload to.

Replace <FILE> with the file to be uploaded. You can pass --file=<FILE> multiple times.

Pass --verbose to print more messages.

If you instead wants to use Docker type something like:

docker run --rm -it \
  liriorg/image-manager \
  client --token=<TOKEN> \
    --channel=<CHANNEL> \
    --file=<ISO_FILE> \
    --file=<CHECKSUM_FILE>

Licensing

Licensed under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License version 3 or, at your option, any later version.

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