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job: bodhi_update

Create a new update in Fedora Bodhi for successful Koji build. A Packit config file needs to be in the dist-git repository to allow this job to be triggered. Packit loads the config from the default dist-git branch (usually rawhide). Packit configs on other branches are ignored.

Packit provides an overview of its own updates here.

You can also utilise Fedora Notifications to tweak the notifications settings.

For retriggering the job, see our release guide.

Downstream configuration template

You can use our downstream configuration template for creating your Packit configuration in dist-git repository.

Automate the setup

You can also use packit dist-git init CLI command to create your Packit dist-git configuration.

Supported triggers

  • commit - Packit uses the original action as a config trigger, so you need to use commit as a trigger. The real trigger is a successful Koji build (that was triggered from a commit).

Required parameters

  • dist_git_branches - the name of the dist-git branch(es) the build we want to use is coming from. You can also use the aliases provided by Packit to not need to change the config file when the new system version is released.

Optional parameters

  • allowed_builders - a list of accounts whose successful Koji builds will trigger Bodhi updates (defaults to ['packit']). As each item of the list you can specify:
    • name of a FAS account, e.g. my-fas
    • name of a group - starting with @, e.g. @my-sig (don't forget to put the group name in quotes - a token in YAML is not allowed to start with @)
    • all_admins alias - allowing all users with admin access to the dist-git repo
    • all_committers alias - allowing all users with commit access to the dist-git repo



- job: bodhi_update
trigger: commit
- fedora-branched # rawhide updates are created automatically
- epel-8