copr-rpmbuild man page

copr-rpmbuild — run COPR builds.

Synopsis

copr-rpmbuild [-c|--config CONFIG_PATH] [-d|--detached] [--drop-resultdir] [--rpm|--srpm] [-r|--chroot CHROOT_NAME] [-v|--verbose] [-h|--help] [--build-id COPR_BUILD_ID]

Description

Runs COPR build of the specified build ID and puts results into /var/lib/copr-rpmbuild/results/. The script generates target RPMs by default but it can also generate just an SRPM by using --srpm switch.

Options

--build-id COPR_BUILD_ID

Run build of the specified ID.

--drop-resultdir

Drops resultdir and its content at the beginning before continuing.

--config CONFIG_PATH

Path to an alternative config file. By default /etc/copr-rpmbuild/main.ini is used.

--detached

Run build in background and output the process PID. Log into /var/lib/copr-rpmbuild/main.log.

--chroot CHROOT_NAME

Name of the chroot to build for. This follows mock’s convention for naming chroots (e.g. fedora-27-x86_64). See /etc/mock for the full list.

--srpm

Build SRPM instead of building RPM.

--rpm

Build RPM. This is the default action. Requires --chroot to be specified.

--verbose

Print debugging information.

--help

Display help.

Examples

copr-rpmbuild -v --build-id 551347 --chroot epel-7-x86_64

Runs COPR build of ID 551347 in epel-7-x86_64 mock chroot and print verbose information. RPM will be the result.

copr-rpmbuild -v --build-id 551347 --srpm

Runs the same COPR build as in the previous example and again with verbose information but this time, SRPM will be built.

Authors

clime <clime@redhat.com>

Jakub Kadlcik <jkadlcik@redhat.com>

Info

05/18/2018