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README.md

Open-Estuary Package Distrubtions Repository

Introduction

Distro-repo is to maintain everythings which are required to setup and use Open-Estuary RPM/Deb repository.

Open-Estuary Repository

The open-estuary repository is supported on ARM64 platforms as follows:

Distribution OS Estuary Releases Packages Type
CentOS(7.3) 3.1 RPM
CentOS(7.3) 5.0 RPM
Ubuntu(18.0) 5.0 Deb
Debian(8.0) 5.0 Deb

On the other hand, it is necessary to setup the repository firstly:

By default, we should use http repository(such as estuaryhttp.repo or estuaryhttp_xxx.list). However Chinese users could use ftp repository in order to enjoy better access speed.

  • CentOS:  
    • Setup

      sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/estuary.repo https://raw.githubusercontent.com/open-estuary/distro-repo/master/estuaryhttp.repo    
      sudo chmod +r /etc/yum.repos.d/estuary.repo
      sudo rpm --import http://repo.estuarydev.org/releases/ESTUARY-GPG-KEY
      yum clean dbcache
      
    • Use yum install <package-name> to install packages.  

    • Especially chinese users could use ftp server to improve speed as follows:   

      sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/estuary.repo https://raw.githubusercontent.com/open-estuary/distro-repo/master/estuaryftp.repo     
      sudo chmod +r /etc/yum.repos.d/estuary.repo               
      sudo rpm --import ftp://repoftp:repopushez7411@117.78.41.188/releases/ESTUARY-GPG-KEY               
      yum clean dbcache
      
  • Ubuntu: 
    • Setup
      sudo wget -O - http://repo.estuarydev.org/releases/ESTUARY-GPG-KEY | apt-key add -
      sudo wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/estuary.list https://raw.githubusercontent.com/open-estuary/distro-repo/master/estuaryhttp_ubuntu.list
      sudo apt-get update
      
    • Use apt-get install <package-name> to install packages      
  • Debian:     
    • Setup      
      sudo wget -O - http://repo.estuarydev.org/releases/ESTUARY-GPG-KEY | apt-key add -     
      sudo wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/estuary.list https://raw.githubusercontent.com/open-estuary/distro-repo/master/estuaryhttp_debian.list
      sudo apt-get update
      
    • Use apt-get install <package-name> to install packages

Packages List 

As for the list of packages which are integrated into Estuary, please refer to Estuary New Packages Lists

Packages Build  

It is strongly suggested to build on Estuary buildboard or buildserver.

  • RPM:
    All packages for building rpm is in distro-repo/rpm/.

    • Build
      git clone https://github.com/open-estuary/distro-repo.git
      sh distro-repo/rpm/xxxx(package_name)/rpm_build.sh
      
    • Upload
      sh distro-repo/utils/pkg_upload.sh rpmbuild centos
      

      "rpmbuild" refer to the directory which has rpms.

    • Create repo(including rebuild index)
      sh distro-repo/utils/createrepo.sh centos
      
  • DEB: All packages for building deb is in distro-repo/deb/.

    • Build
      git clone https://github.com/open-estuary/distro-repo.git
      sh distro-repo/deb/xxxx(package_name)/deb_build.sh debian(or ubuntu)
      
    • Upload
      sh distro-repo/utils/pkg_upload debbuild debian(or ubuntu)
      

      "debbuild" refer to the directory which has debs.

    • Create repo(including rebuild index)
      sh createrepo.sh debian(or ubuntu)
      

FAQ

  • How to use specific glibc ?

    Currently you could use yum install devlibset-4-glibc to install glibc-2.25. Especially this new glibc will be installed into /opt/rh/devlibset-4/root/user/ directory, and wouldn't affect system's glibc.

  • How to use new gcc ?

    Currently partial software collections tools have been ported to ARM64 platforms. Therefore, you could use yum install devtoolset-4-gcc or yum install devtoolset-6-gcc to install newer gcc.  As for how to use these tools, please refer to https://www.softwarecollections.org/en.

  • How to integrate new packages with specific libs?

    Currently the AliSQL has used glibc-2.25(that is devlibset-4-glibc) automatically. If you have any requests to use new packages with specific libs, just submit issue to Estuary via bugtrack system or submit one issue in this repository.

  • How to use other versions Estuary packages?

    By default, the estuaryftp.repo or estuaryhttp.repo contain the latest version. If you want to use specific version, just replace the version number in baseurl with specific version. For example, replace 5.0 with 3.0 in baseurl in order to use Estuary 3.0 packages. Then the baseurl looks like baseurl=http://repo.estuarydev.org/releases/3.0/centos/.

Help

If you come across any issues during using above packages, please feel free to contact the corresponding owners accordingly.

Package Domain Owner Notes
Kernel xin3liang
Big Data dingwei-2017
RBD DataBases dingwei-2017, zhouxinchen93
NoSQL Databases wangyu07
Performance Tools [yulijie]
Spring Cloud/ JAVA Packages zhouxinchen93
Others wangyu