Commit 7a381a6f authored by Mattia Rizzolo's avatar Mattia Rizzolo Committed by Holger Levsen

add the alioth.d.o rescheduling script for the reproducible team and document it in the README

parent 12c04491
...@@ -154,7 +154,11 @@ Installation tests inside chroot environments. ...@@ -154,7 +154,11 @@ Installation tests inside chroot environments.
* The jenkins job overview at https://jenkins.debian.net/view/reproducible/ probably makes it clearer how the job scheduling works in practice. * The jenkins job overview at https://jenkins.debian.net/view/reproducible/ probably makes it clearer how the job scheduling works in practice.
* Plase ask for manual rescheduling of packages in the '#debian-reproducible' IRC channel on OFTC. Those with shell access to jenkins need to run this command: * If you are in the reproducible team you can reschedule packages by yourself:
** log into alioth.debian.org, in the team home (/home/groups/reproducible/) there is a reschedule.sh script you can call. Use the --help switch to get the online help.
** The team IRC channel will get a notification both when the scheduling is done and once the build finishes.
* If you are not in the reproducible team or if you want to reschedule big sets of packages please ask for a manual rescheduling in the '#debian-reproducible' IRC channel on OFTC. Those with shell access to jenkins need to run this command:
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jenkins@jenkins:~$ /srv/jenkins/bin/reproducible_schedule_on_demand.sh $suite $package1 $package2 jenkins@jenkins:~$ /srv/jenkins/bin/reproducible_schedule_on_demand.sh $suite $package1 $package2
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#!/bin/bash
SSH_KEY="/home/groups/reproducible/private/jenkins-key"
SSH_KNOWN_HOSTS="/home/groups/reproducible/private/ssh_known_hosts"
# "dummy" is discarded by the server ssh (jenkins.debian.net in this case) and
# it's there because otherwise the client ssh (this) tries to parse the options
# for the remote command
LC_USER="$USER" ssh -i "$SSH_KEY" -o GlobalKnownHostsFile="$SSH_KNOWN_HOSTS" jenkins@jenkins.debian.net dummy "$@"
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