Beta One of Open Build Service 2.9 Released

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Beta One of Open Build Service 2.9 Released

Henne Vogelsang-2
People of the Builds!

We are happy to announce the first beta release of the upcoming Open
Build Service (OBS) version 2.9. There have been many changes since our
last major release. Highlights include the Studio Express features, an
improved workflow for producing appliance images in OBS. A message bus,
supported by RabbitMQ, to help you connect your own tools to what is
happening inside the OBS. And a much improved notifications system to
keep up to date with OBS.


More information
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If you are longing for a deeper look into all the changes this update
brings check out the detailed 2.9 Release Notes

https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/blob/2.9/ReleaseNotes-2.9

It is also recommended to read these before updating your OBS instance!


Try OBS 2.9 Beta One
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2.9 Beta One is deployed on our reference server you can try it there:

https://build.opensuse.org


Install 2.9 Beta One
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Please read our setup instructions

https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/blob/2.9/README.md#installation

or better yet, use our appliance

http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/OBS:/Server:/2.9/images/


Update to 2.9 Beta One
----------------------
We do not recommend this for critical production instances but if you
already have a running OBS installation and want to update it to this
beta, please read also the README.UPDATERS

https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/blob/2.9/dist/README.UPDATERS

file about the necessary steps.

OBS Appliance users who have setup their LVM

http://openbuildservice.org/download/#appliance_config

can just replace their appliance image without data loss. The migration
will happen automatically.


OBS 2.9 Final
-------------
We will continue to work on the final release of 2.9 and expect it to be
released in the near future. We hope you like this beta and are looking
forward to your feedback to it, here on this list, on IRC or by bug
reports in github.

­čĺÜ Your Open Build Service Team

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Re: Beta One of Open Build Service 2.9 Released

Stefan Seyfried
Am 31.01.2018 um 17:17 schrieb Henne Vogelsang:
> A message bus,
> supported by RabbitMQ, to help you connect your own tools to what is
> happening inside the OBS.

Is rabbitmq mandatory for 2.9 is ist just "if you want to connect your
own tools, then you need to have rabbitmq"?
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Re: Beta One of Open Build Service 2.9 Released

Adrian Schr├Âter
On Mittwoch, 31. Januar 2018, 19:21:46 CET wrote Stefan Seyfried:
> Am 31.01.2018 um 17:17 schrieb Henne Vogelsang:
> > A message bus,
> > supported by RabbitMQ, to help you connect your own tools to what is
> > happening inside the OBS.
>
> Is rabbitmq mandatory for 2.9 is ist just "if you want to connect your
> own tools, then you need to have rabbitmq"?

no, it is only optional.

Just in case if you want to connect external infrastructure, but OBS
itself does not rely on it.

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Re: Beta One of Open Build Service 2.9 Released

Stefan Seyfried
On 01.02.2018 08:16, Adrian Schr├Âter wrote:
> On Mittwoch, 31. Januar 2018, 19:21:46 CET wrote Stefan Seyfried:
>> Is rabbitmq mandatory for 2.9 is ist just "if you want to connect your
>> own tools, then you need to have rabbitmq"?
>
> no, it is only optional.
>
> Just in case if you want to connect external infrastructure, but OBS
> itself does not rely on it.

Ok, this would have been a real update blocker after my experience with rabbitmq in other SUSE Products ;-)

Thanks, I will look into setting up a test instance with 2.9 beta
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