@ -89,7 +89,6 @@ These are for the releases in general. What they do is noted below.
├── gen-torrents.sh -> Generates torrents for images
├── minor-release-sync-to-staging.sh -> Syncs a minor release to staging
├── prep-staging-X.sh -> Preps staging updates and signs repos
├── sign-repos-only.sh -> Signs the repomd (only)
├── sync-to-prod.sh -> Syncs staging to production
├── sync-to-staging.sh -> Syncs a provided compose to staging
@ -103,9 +102,6 @@ When doing updates, the order of operations (preferably) would be:
* sync-to-staging-sig.sh -> Only if sigs are updated
* prep-staging-8.sh` -> This is required to ensure the groups, comps, and
module data stay sane. This helps us provide older
packages in the repos as well as signs repo metadata.
* sync-to-prod.sh -> After the initial testing, it is sent to prod.
@ -117,7 +113,6 @@ RLVER=8 bash sync-to-staging.sh Plus
RLVER=8 bash sync-to-staging.sh Extras
RLVER=8 bash sync-to-staging.sh Rocky-devel
RLVER=8 bash sync-to-staging.sh Rocky
Once the syncs are done, staging must be tested and vetted before being sent to production. During this stage, the `updateinfo.xml` is also applied where necessary to the repositories to provide errata. Once staging is completed, it is synced to production.