[icinga-devel] Fedora/EPEL Packages
michael.friedrich at gmail.com
Mon Mar 4 15:00:05 CET 2013
sorry for the late reply, I'm even more busy here than in Vienna ;-)
On 20.02.2013 15:30, René Koch (ovido) wrote:
> I want to shortly introduce myself as I'm new on this list: My name is
> René and I'm working as a consultant for Virtualization,
> Systemmanagement and Monitoring (Icinga) and Linux (mainly RHEL, but
> also other Linux distributions) in Vienna.
And we already met on last years OSMC :)
> I noticed that Icinga is still not included in Fedora (and EPEL) as an
> official package, as the Fedora guys requested SELinux support and
> there's also no maintainer for the package request, yet:
Yep, that's true. Been fighting on this area while having plenty of
other construction sites...
The general idea was to bring the Icinga provided spec file into shape
for both, repoforge and upstream. Keeping a single location for
changesets and users may switch/rebuild when needed to.
> As I can see Dirk Götz created a policy for Fedora 17 and full SELinux
> support should be included in Icinga 1.9:
It's an idea to get it done for 1.9, but it may happen later as well.
Targetting 1.9 is just the main reminder for everyone capable of
> I would like to help you in getting Icinga into Fedora and EPEL (can do
> this as a package maintainer) and also in improving SELinux support (for
> RHEL 6 and Fedora 18/19).
how about el5?
> Please let me know if you need assistance here.
I would really appreciate it if you could do a review on both, Icinga
and Icinga Web in regards of
- does the spec file meet the requirements of rhel upstream (if not,
please open issues on the dev tracker for it and/or providing fixes)
- which selinux policies should be created (my guess is 2 fedora
releases, and 2 rhel ones)?
- update the selinux policies Dirk already created, and push them into a
- if possible, take the rhel bug and sponsor the package once it's done.
- final step - join the icinga package team for easier communication on
future release updates/changesets
I've added Dirk on CC to join the discussion.
DI (FH) Michael Friedrich
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