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Salt configuration management for openSUSE

The project contains Salt from SaltStack and it's _hard_ requirements (aka Requires)

It does _not_ contain soft requirements (aka Suggests) for specific Salt modules. Those are in devel:languages:python

Comments for systemsmanagement:saltstack (6)

Darin Perusich deadpoint wrote 6 months ago

The python-singlespec changes in d:l:python appear to have created a large number of unresolvable failures for the SLE distributions. Can this be fixed, perhaps by linkpac python-rpm-macros ?

Darin Perusich deadpoint wrote 5 months ago

Hello...anyone?

C. Holm m4z wrote 3 months ago

Sigh, another try. It seems my comment is truncated at an in-code-block "<"…

I'm seeing in zypper:

Repository: Saltstack
Key Name: systemsmanagement OBS Project <systemsmanagement@build.opensuse.org> Key Fingerprint: 68D33874 99670AEB D9882DB3 2ABFA143 A0E46E11
Key Created: Sun Mar 15 17:19:59 2015
Key Expires: Tue May 23 18:19:59 2017 (EXPIRED)
Rpm Name: gpg-pubkey-a0e46e11-5505b12f

Is this a mirror problem or did the key expire?

Michael Calmer mcalmer wrote 3 months ago

$> osc signkey | LANG=C gpg pub 1024D/A0E46E11 2010-11-09 [expires: 2019-07-18] uid systemsmanagement OBS Project

Michael Calmer mcalmer wrote 3 months ago

here too ...

$> osc signkey | LANG=C gpg pub 1024D/A0E46E11 2010-11-09 [expires: 2019-07-18] uid systemsmanagement OBS Project <systemsmanagement@build.opensuse.org>

Seems it is not expired. I think you use a download URL for the key. Which one? maybe we just need to enforce a rebuild of the repo.

C. Holm m4z wrote 3 months ago

Argh, sorry for the noise, completely my fault… I was looking at a 42.1 system, so the mirror was stale (we're using a local mirror of ftp.gwdg.de, 42.1 doesn't exist there, but we still have the stale 42.1… my bad).