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HI all,

Somebody had tried to do a rebuild of RedHat Storage Server 2.0 and RHEV 3.2 hypervisor with CentOS? Mock is an option to accomplish this?


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  • Hi,

    I tried to rebuild JBoss EAP 6.0.1 (which was used bay RHEV engine) and RHEV 3.1 from SRPMs some months ago without success (missing some dependencies). I used mock. A week ago I’ve successfuly built JBoss EAP 6.1 Final from sources (with some little changes because Redhat don’t publish some maven plugins and dependencies like slf4j, byteman, hibernate3, junit).

    Have a nice day.



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  • Thanks Baptiste. After reading docs about RHEV, I have discarded
    (rebuilding RHEV and RHEM is too much). But not RedHat Storage Server. Reading about it, I see it is based in RHEL EUS 6.2.z and not RHEL 6.4
    as I had been assumed.

    I have located the updates that RedHat has released for RHEL 6.2.z since CentOS ceased to publish patches for 6.2 release.

    My question: If I not wrong, mock uses jails or chroot environments to rebuild packages. Can I use a CentOS 6.4 x86_64 host to rebuild all patches released by RedHat for RHEL 6.2.z and Storage Server 2.0
    without problems?? Does someone has tested?

    P.D: Sorry for the cross posting to CentOS-devel, but maybe it is an interesting question to publish in CentOS-devel list.