[pve-devel] Gitlab-ci

Rene Jochum rene at jochums.at
Mon Apr 16 21:50:00 CEST 2018


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Hi!

I've been working on Gitlab CI for Proxmox. In a dockerized environment
I'm now able to build the current 4.15 pve-kernel for Debian Buster and
Stretch.

The Stretch build: https://git.lxch.eu/git/pve-kernel/-/jobs/43
		   https://git.lxch.eu/git/pve-kernel/-/jobs/43/artifacts/browse
The Buster build: https://git.lxch.eu/git/pve-kernel/-/jobs/41
		  https://git.lxch.eu/git/pve-kernel/-/jobs/41/artifacts/browse

- From the current point it will be easy to add Support for all pve
packages, it will be a single ".gitlab-ci.yml" per repo:

https://git.lxch.eu/git/pve-kernel/blob/pve-kernel-4.15-ci/.gitlab-ci.ym
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I've made some Dockerfiles for PVE (easy to add more for PMG). These
don't require the Docker HUB - so it will be able to build them
even when the hub goes down.

	https://git.lxch.eu/git/pve-dockerfiles

Is that something Proxmox is interested in? If yes, I'll continue my
work on it.

At last i want to say that "Debian" moves to Gitlab and "Gnome" already
moved. ( https://salsa.debian.org/public ).

Kind regards,

René Jochum



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