[SM-Commit] GIT changes to test cauldron by Justin Boffemmyer (3028ce7fd6e58d4c834afaf9c9463424ef5af095)

Justin Boffemmyer scm at sourcemage.org
Wed Dec 31 13:12:24 EST 2008


GIT changes to test cauldron by Justin Boffemmyer <flux at sourcemage.org>:

 doc/release.recipe  |   76 +++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------------------
 scripts/cleaniso.sh |    4 +-
 2 files changed, 39 insertions(+), 41 deletions(-)

New commits:
commit 3028ce7fd6e58d4c834afaf9c9463424ef5af095
Author: Justin Boffemmyer <flux at sourcemage.org>
Commit: Justin Boffemmyer <flux at sourcemage.org>

    scripts/cleaniso.sh: ignore missing files
    
    Added the force flag (-f) to rm to ignore missing files. If the file is
    already missing, then we don't need to worry about it, because we wanted
    to delete it anyway if it was there. Also removed two useless preceding
    spaces.

commit 3da36428ea25ab2c9a5aa6147599064b60991d9c
Author: Justin Boffemmyer <flux at sourcemage.org>
Commit: Justin Boffemmyer <flux at sourcemage.org>

    doc/release.recipe: updated recipe
    
    Updated the release recipe for the newer build processes.

diff --git a/doc/release.recipe b/doc/release.recipe
index d1544f4..956aead 100644
--- a/doc/release.recipe
+++ b/doc/release.recipe
@@ -21,48 +21,46 @@ All cauldron ISO scripts (for the test ISOs) are located in the cauldron/scripts
 1.  Get a fresh basesystem tarball, unpack it into a directory, and rename that
     directory "build".
 
-2.  Cast all the spells that will go on the ISO (required and optional) via
-    cauldron/scripts/spellcaster.sh -c build x86. The list of standard x86
-    spells to cast for the official x86 isos can be found in the repo in
-    cauldron/data/rspells.x86 (required) and cauldron/data/ospells.x86
-    (optional).  Note: the terms "required" and "optional" here refer to what
-    is required vs.  optional for the user to install onto the target system.
-    All spells are required to be on official ISOs. Also, only the required
-    spells should be in the final system.tar.bz2, and optional spells should
-    only be present on the ISO itself.
-
-3.  build a linux kernel and modules, however you choose to do so (manually or
+2.  Build a linux kernel and modules, however you choose to do so (manually or
     by casting the linux spell). We have a kernel config that you can use in
     our git repo. (cauldron/data/config-2.6)
 
-4.  Check the build tree for sanity (make sure nothing left over from
-    basesystem is there that should not be there, for example
-    /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules). Some of this will be taken care
-    of in steps #6 and #7 via the use of the cauldron/scripts/add-sauce.sh
-    script.
-
-5.  Make two copies of the build directory tree, call one iso and the other
-    system. Run cauldron/scripts/spellcaster.sh -d system x86 to remove all the
-    optional spells from the system tree (leaving only the required spells).
-
-6.  Make any necessary adjustments to the system tree. This includes running
-    cauldron/scripts/add-sauce.sh -s /path/to/system/tree and cleaning up
-    var/cache/sorcery and var/spool/sorcery (e.g. via cleanse), removing linux
-    source trees in /usr/src, and creating a symlink to the latest linux source
-    under /var/spool/sorcery e.g., ln -sf
-    /var/spool/sorcery/linux-VERSION.tar.bz2 /usr/src/ for easy access.
-
-7.  Make adjustments to the iso tree. This will be more extensive than what is
-    done for the system tree. First, the iso does not need a build environment,
-    so (most) of all the build tools can be completely wiped from the ISO. This
-    can be done by running cauldron/scripts/cleaniso.sh -a /path/to/iso/tree.
-    Additionally, run cauldron/scripts/add-sauce.sh -i /path/to/iso/tree.
-
-8.  Make a compressed tarball of the system tree, and copy it into
-    cauldron/iso/system.tar.bz2. This can be done easily by running
-    cauldron/scripts/mksystem.sh /path/to/system/tree /path/to/system.tar.bz2.
-    Don't forget to copy the tarball to the cauldron/iso tree after creating
-    it!
+3.  Cast all the spells that will go on the ISO (required and optional) via
+    cauldron/scripts/spellcaster.sh build x86. The list of standard x86 spells
+    to cast for the official x86 isos can be found in the repo in
+    cauldron/data/rspells.x86 (required), cauldron/data/ispells.x86 (iso), and
+    cauldron/data/ospells.x86 (optional). Note: the terms "required" and
+    "optional" here refer to what is required vs. optional for the user to
+    install onto the target system. All spells are required to be on official
+    ISOs. Also, only the required spells should be in the final system.tar.bz2,
+    and optional spells should only be present on the ISO itself.
+
+4.  Check the iso and sys trees for sanity. Especially make sure that all
+    the requisite directories are present (smgl-fhs) and there is nothing
+    astray in their etc/ directories. Some of this will be taken care of in
+    steps #5 and #7 via the use of the cauldron/scripts/add-sauce.sh script.
+
+5.  Make any necessary adjustments to the system tree (/tmp/cauldron/sys). This
+    includes running cauldron/scripts/ add-sauce.sh -s /tmp/cauldron/sys and
+    cleaning up var/cache/sorcery and var/spool/sorcery (e.g. via cleanse),
+    removing linux source trees in /usr/src, and creating a symlink to the
+    latest linux source under /var/spool/sorcery e.g., ln -sf /
+    var/spool/sorcery/linux-VERSION.tar.bz2 /usr/src/ for easy access.
+
+6.  Prune the iso tree (/tmp/cauldron/iso). The iso does not need a build
+    environment, so (most of) the build tools can be completely wiped from the
+    ISO. This can be done by running cauldron/scripts/cleaniso.sh -a
+    /path/to/iso/tree.
+
+7.  Make adjustments to the iso tree (/tmp/cauldron/iso) by running
+    cauldron/scripts/add-sauce.sh -i /tmp/cauldron/iso.
+
+8.  Make a compressed tarball of the system tree, and copy it to
+    /tmp/cauldron/iso/system.tar.bz2. Creation of the tarball can be done
+    easily by running cauldron/scripts/mksystem.sh /tmp/cauldron/sys
+    /tmp/cauldron/iso/system.tar.bz2. Don't forget to copy the tarball to the
+    iso tree after creating it if you save it to a path other than the root of
+    the iso tree!
 
 9.  Make an initrd, and copy it to cauldron/iso/boot/initrd.gz. This can be
     done via cauldron/scripts/mkinitrd.sh /path/to/iso/tree iso_kernel_version
diff --git a/scripts/cleaniso.sh b/scripts/cleaniso.sh
index 94f8995..769ee27 100755
--- a/scripts/cleaniso.sh
+++ b/scripts/cleaniso.sh
@@ -100,11 +100,11 @@ do
 			then
 				# chroot and clean a directory using rmdir
 				echo "Attempting to remove directory $ISOCHROOT/$DIRT"
-				 chroot "$ISOCHROOT" rmdir --ignore-fail-on-non-empty "$DIRT"
+				chroot "$ISOCHROOT" rmdir --ignore-fail-on-non-empty "$DIRT"
 			else
 				# chroot and clean an individual file
 				echo "Attempting to delete $ISOCHROOT/$DIRT"
-				 chroot "$ISOCHROOT" rm "$DIRT"
+				chroot "$ISOCHROOT" rm -f "$DIRT"
 			fi
 		fi
 	done



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