packit build in-image-builder
Create a VM image in Image Builder defined in your “packit.yaml” using your Copr builds.
- Be familiar with Red Hat Image Builder:
- Red Hat API token set as
~/.config/packit.yaml; the token can obtained here
- Packit config with a
Submit a request to Red Hat Image Builder:
$ cd my/ustream/project/ $ packit build in-image-builder my-new-fancy-image
Navigate to the Image Builder web interface to use your image once the build is complete.
Usage: packit build in-image-builder [OPTIONS] IMAGE_NAME [PATH_OR_URL] Create a VM image in Image Builder. ### EXPERIMENTAL ### This command is experimental and the integration with Image Builder will be changed in a backwards incompatible way in the future. Packit loads image build configuration from your packit.yaml file. When `--job-config-index` is not specified, the job configuration is loaded from your .packit.yaml and the first matching vm_image_build job is used. IMAGE_NAME is the name of the image to be created. Please pick something unique so it's easy to identify for you in the Image Builder interface and can be well associated with the image content. [PATH_OR_URL] argument is a local path or a URL to the upstream git repository, it defaults to the current working directory Options: --job-config-index INTEGER Use N-th job definition to load configuration for the image build. The type needs to be vm_image_build. --wait / --no-wait Wait for the build to finish -h, --help Show this message and exit.