Koji Archive SOP
This SOP documents how to archive Fedora EOL’d builds from the DEFAULT volume to archived volume.
Before archiving the builds, identify if any of the EOL’d release builds are still being used in the current releases. For example. to test if f28 builds are still being using in f32, use:
$ koji list-tagged f32 | grep fc28
Tag all these builds to koji’s do-not-archive-yet tag, so that they wont be archived. To do that, first add the packages to the do-not-archive-tag
$ koji add-pkg do-not-archive-yet --owner <username> pkg1 pkg2 ...
Then tags the builds to do-not-archive-yet tag
$ koji tag-build do-not-archive-yet build1 build2 ...
Then update the archive policy which is available in releng repo (https://pagure.io/releng/blob/main/f/koji-archive-policy)
Run the following from compose-x86-01.iad2.fedoraproject.org
$ cd $ wget https://pagure.io/releng/raw/master/f/koji-archive-policy $ git clone https://pagure.io/koji-tools/ $ cd koji-tools $ ./koji-change-volumes -p compose_koji -v ~/archive-policy
In any case, if you need to move a build back to DEFAULT volume
$ koji add-pkg do-not-archive-yet --owner <username> pkg1 $ koji tag-build do-not-archive-yet build1 $ koji set-build-volume DEFAULT <n-v-r>
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