Following the work started in the last hackweek, Improve OBS service scripts, I will try to migrate current service script for workers to systemd unit, and at the same time, try to get rid of the sysv code.

Looking for hackers with the skills:

obs systemd

This project is part of:

Hack Week 18 Hack Week 19

Activity

  • 5 months ago: a_faerber liked Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • 5 months ago: fcrozat liked Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: david_kang liked Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: Pharaoh_Atem liked Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: enavarro_suse started Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: enavarro_suse liked Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: hennevogel liked Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: enavarro_suse added keyword "obs" to Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: enavarro_suse added keyword "systemd" to Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd
  • about 1 year ago: enavarro_suse originated Migrate more OBS service scripts to pure systemd

  • Comments

    • enavarro_suse
      5 months ago by enavarro_suse | Reply

      • Remove system V scripts not used any more: https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/pull/9072

      • Get rid of systemV: https://github.com/openSUSE/open-build-service/pull/9078

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