On Wed, 29 Dec 2021 at 06:29, Mattias Ellert <mattias.ellert@physics.uu.se> wrote:

Two packages I built for EPEL 9 are now reported by koschei as having
missing build dependencies.



The EPEL 9 builds were built using the following build dependencies
according to the root.log files:



These can no longer be found in the koji buildroot. There are no
expired buildroot overrides for these builds, which could explain the

I can't find these builds in EPEL's koji, so I guess they where
provided by RHEL, but now are no longer? Did RHEL dop these?

OK there was a period in the EPEL-9 startup where the buildroot was pointing to a copy of the CentOS Stream-9 koji build root. This was done to help kickstart things, but it had the issue that packages that RHEL is not going to ship to customers were available also. About 2-3 weeks ago, the EPEL steering committee decided to move the buildroot to the properly shipped chain of packages in CentOS Stream versus the buildroot. This removed a bunch of packages that were 'available' but not going to be shipped. These packages will need to be made into epel-only packages or some other solution. I am fuzzy on this myself as I am from a different philosophy school of building and shipping packages.


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