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[tripleo] Copying tripleo container images to quay.io


Hello,

I just wrote a tool in go that is right now copying every 2 hours all the
containers from rdo registry to quay.io.

Right now it's copying all branches: master, victoria, ussuri, train,
stein, queens and rocky. You can see the containers in
https://quay.io/tripleo{release} for example https://quay.io/tripleomaster

The tool basically searches for container build jobs with success status,
parse the containers that was built, copy these containers to quay.io and
tag it with current-tripleo and the built hash.

The code it's based on skopeo, and I did not use it, because there are some
other stuff required on quay.io side that requires the use of quay.io api,
like create an already public repository, parsing the tripleo container
build job, tagging, etc. Also I wanted to play with go :)

Right now the code is under review at
https://review.rdoproject.org/r/#/c/31133/ and I got it running on our
toolbox, and he's an log example (without the --debug flag)

time="2020-11-19T12:06:17Z" level=info msg="Copying image
centos-binary-horizon:4fad79713786f77292e59fa1c036f588 in tripleoussuri
namespace"
time="2020-11-19T12:06:18Z" level=info msg="Tagging current-tripleo to
sha256:db39e7d43d4c8eec82f61acd4956d7f165b595d515f270f8dabe0c9b009c95f2"
"Updated"

time="2020-11-19T12:06:19Z" level=info msg="Copying image
centos-binary-ceilometer-base:4fad79713786f77292e59fa1c036f588 in
tripleoussuri namespace"
time="2020-11-19T12:06:20Z" level=info msg="Tagging current-tripleo to
sha256:5eee849a9f74d0107cbfd2f456f701be37256ea711079cffcc189d140e8f3176"
"Updated"

time="2020-11-19T12:06:21Z" level=info msg="Copying image
centos-binary-gnocchi-base:4fad79713786f77292e59fa1c036f588 in
tripleoussuri namespace"
time="2020-11-19T12:06:22Z" level=info msg="Tagging current-tripleo to
sha256:5b46ea43d41e56dd81005a234631905a8ad594ef8432ae78542392114956f85e"
"Updated"

If you want to play around with this, feel free to do so, and any feedback
is welcome :)

Kind regards,


-- 

Arx Cruz

Software Engineer

Red Hat EMEA <https://www.redhat.com>

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