Re: How to setup standalone wanna-build server
2009/5/11 Aurelien Jarno <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi all,
> On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 07:35:27AM +0200, Luk Claes wrote:
>> Nobuhiro Iwamatsu wrote:
>> > Hi, all.
>> > I am building debian autobuild-network by a local network to support
>> > new architecture (SH4).
>> > I worked buildd and wanna-build in one of them before.
>> > Because I was able to obtain several SH4 boards, I want to increase buidd node.
>> > I think that I want to do my image as follows.
>> > buildd-node(sh4) <---- >|
>> > |
>> > buildd-node(sh4) <----->| <------> wanna-build & data-base & quinn-diff (amd64)
>> > |
>> > buildd-node(sh4) <------ |
>> > I was able to look for some documents, but was not able to
>> > find a method to operate wanna-build
>> > with another machine.
>> > Would you teach a setting method or setting document?
>> Is there any particular reason why you want to do it yourself instead of
>> working together with debian-ports.org ?
>> I'm putting the contact address for debian-ports.org in Cc and I hope
>> you can work something out together.
> As explained on the website, debian-ports.org can provide you:
> - a repository to host packages and CD images
> - a wanna-build database
> - a web interface to the build logs
> - a DNS hosting service
> - a POP server for build daemons behind NAT
> And you can choose to use only part of that, for example only the
> wanna-build database. The machine has an IPv6 connection, which is
> useful for build daemons behind a DSL line.
OK, we want to use
- a repository to host packages and CD images
- a wanna-build database
- a web interface to the build logs
We want to use it as follows if we are necessary.
- a DNS hosting service
- a POP server for build daemons behind NAT
> People working on the ports (even if not Debian Developers) can have an
> account on the machine, to manage the wanna-build database, or have a
> web page and a git repository related to the port. For the upload rights
> we prefer to allow it only for Debian Developers, as it is something
> necessary when the packages are then moved to the official debian.org
> archive, but the final decision is left to the porters.
I understood these.
Could we use debian-ports.org?
Please teach the next step that I should take.