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API reference

  • CGImport(metadata, directory, token=None)
      Import build from a content generator
    
        metadata can be one of the following
        - json encoded string representing the metadata
        - a dictionary (parsed metadata)
        - a filename containing the metadata
    
        :param metadata: describes the content for this build.
        :param str directory: directory on the hub where files are located
        :param str token: (optional) a reservation token for this build.
                          You obtain a token from the CGInitBuild method.
                          If you specify a token, you must also specify a build_id
                          in the metadata.
        :returns: buildinfo dict
        
         
  • CGInitBuild(cg, data)
      Create (reserve) a build_id for given data.
    
        If build or reservation already exists, init_build will raise GenericError
    
        :param str cg: content generator name
        :param dict data: build data same as for new_build, for given usecase
                          only name,version,release,epoch keys make sense. Some
                          other values will be ignored anyway (owner, state, ...)
        :return: dict with build_id and token
        
         
  • CGRefundBuild(cg, build_id, token, state=3)
      If build is reserved and not finished yet, there is an option
        to release reservation and mark build either FAILED or CANCELED.
        For this calling CG needs to know build_id and reservation token.
    
        Refunded build behaves like any other failed/canceled build. So,
        its nvr can be reclaimed again and get_next_release can return
        this nvr.
    
        :param str cg: content generator name
        :param int build_id: build id
        :param str token: token from CGInitBuild
        :param int state: new state (koji.BUILD_STATES)
    
        :return: None, on error raises exception
        
         
  • _listapi()
      
         
  • addArchiveType(name, description, extensions)
      
        Add new archive type.
    
        Use this to tell Koji about new builds' files' extensions before
        importing the files.
    
        :param str name: archive type name, eg. "yaml"
        :param str description: eg. "YAML Ain't Markup Language"
        :param str extensions: space-separated list of descriptions, eg. "yaml yml"
        
         
  • addBType(name)
      Add a new btype with the given name
         
  • addExternalRPM(rpminfo, external_repo, strict=True)
      Import an external RPM
    
            This call is mainly for testing. Normal access will be through
            a host call
         
  • addExternalRepoToTag(tag_info, repo_info, priority, merge_mode='koji')
      Add an external repo to a tag.
    
            :param tag_info: Tag name or ID number
            :param repo_info: External repository name or ID number
            :param int priority: Priority of this repository for this tag
            :param str merge_mode: This must be one of the values of the
                                   koji.REPO_MERGE_MODES set. If unspecified,
                                   the default is "koji".
            
         
  • addGroupMember(group, user, strict=True)
      Add user to group
         
  • addHost(hostname, arches, krb_principal=None, force=False)
      
            Add a builder host to the database.
    
            :param str hostname: name for the host entry (fqdn recommended).
            :param list arches: list of architectures this builder supports.
            :param str krb_principal: (optional) a non-default kerberos principal
                                      for the host.
            :param bool force: override user type
            :returns: new host id
    
            If krb_principal is not given then that field will be generated
            from the HostPrincipalFormat setting (if available).
            
         
  • addHostToChannel(hostname, channel_name, create=False)
      Add the host to the specified channel
    
        Channel must already exist unless create option is specified
        
         
  • addRPMSig(an_rpm, data)
      Store a signature header for an rpm
    
            data: the signature header encoded as base64
            
         
  • addUserKrbPrincipal(user, krb_principal)
      Add a Kerberos principal for user
         
  • addVolume(name, strict=True)
      Add a new storage volume in the database
         
  • applyVolumePolicy(build, strict=False)
      Apply the volume policy to a given build
    
            The volume policy is normally applied at import time, but it can
            also be applied with this call.
    
            Parameters:
                build: the build to apply the policy to
                strict: if True, raises on exception on policy issues
            
         
  • assignTask(task_id, host, force=False)
      Assign a task to a host
    
            Specify force=True to assign a non-free task
            
         
  • build(src, target, opts=None, priority=None, channel=None)
      Create a build task
    
            priority: the amount to increase (or decrease) the task priority, relative
                      to the default priority; higher values mean lower priority; only
                      admins have the right to specify a negative priority here
            channel: the channel to allocate the task to
            Returns the task id
            
         
  • buildImage(name, version, arch, target, ksfile, img_type, opts=None, priority=None)
      
            Create an image using a kickstart file and group package list.
            
         
  • buildImageIndirection(opts=None, priority=None)
      
            Create an image using two other images and an indirection template
            
         
  • buildImageOz(name, version, arches, target, inst_tree, opts=None, priority=None)
      
            Create an image using a kickstart file and group package list.
            
         
  • buildReferences(build, limit=None, lazy=False)
      Returns references to a build
    
        This call is used to determine whether a build can be deleted
    
        :param int build_id: numeric build id
        :param int limit: If given, only return up to N results of each ref type
        :param bool lazy: If true, stop when any reference is found
    
        :returns: dict of reference results for each reference type
        
         
  • cancelBuild(buildID)
      Cancel the build with the given buildID
    
            If the build is associated with a task, cancel the task as well.
            Return True if the build was successfully canceled, False if not.
         
  • cancelTask(task_id, recurse=True)
      Cancel a task
         
  • cancelTaskChildren(task_id)
      Cancel a task's children, but not the task itself
         
  • cancelTaskFull(task_id, strict=True)
      Cancel a task and all tasks in its group
         
  • chainBuild(srcs, target, opts=None, priority=None, channel=None)
      Create a chained build task for building sets of packages in order
    
            srcs: list of pkg lists, ie [[src00, src01, src03],[src20],[src30,src31],...]
                  where each of the top-level lists gets built and a new repo is created
                  before the next list is built.
            target: build target
            priority: the amount to increase (or decrease) the task priority, relative
                      to the default priority; higher values mean lower priority; only
                      admins have the right to specify a negative priority here
            channel: the channel to allocate the task to
            Returns a list of all the dependent task ids
            
         
  • chainMaven(builds, target, opts=None, priority=None, channel='maven')
      Create a Maven chain-build task
    
            builds: a list of maps defining the parameters for the sequence of builds
            target: the build target
            priority: the amount to increase (or decrease) the task priority, relative
                      to the default priority; higher values mean lower priority; only
                      admins have the right to specify a negative priority here
            channel: the channel to allocate the task to (defaults to the "maven" channel)
    
            Returns the task ID
            
         
  • changeBuildVolume(build, volume, strict=True)
      Move a build to a different storage volume
         
  • checkTagAccess(tag_id, user_id=None)
      Determine if user has access to tag package with tag.
    
        Returns a tuple (access, override, reason)
            access: a boolean indicating whether access is allowed
            override: a boolean indicating whether access may be forced
            reason: the reason access is blocked
        
         
  • checkTagPackage(tag, pkg)
      Check that pkg is in the list for tag. Returns true/false
         
  • checkUpload(path, name, verify=None, tail=None, volume=None)
      Return basic information about an uploaded file
         
  • count(methodName, *args, **kw)
      Execute the XML-RPC method with the given name and count the results.
            A method return value of None will return O, a return value of type "list", "tuple", or
            "dict" will return len(value), and a return value of any other type will return 1. An
            invalid methodName will raise GenericError.
         
  • countAndFilterResults(methodName, *args, **kw)
      Filter results by a given name and count total results account.
    
            Execute the XML-RPC method with the given name and filter the results
            based on the options specified in the keywork option "filterOpts".
            The method must return a list of maps.  Any other return type will
            result in a GenericError.
    
            Args:
            offset: the number of elements to trim off the front of the list
            limit: the maximum number of results to return
            order: the map key to use to sort the list; the list will be sorted
                before offset or limit are applied
            noneGreatest: when sorting, consider 'None' to be greater than all
                other values; python considers None less than all other values,
                but Postgres sorts NULL higher than all other values; default
                to True for consistency with database sorts
    
            Returns:
                Tuple of total results amount and the filtered results.
            
         
  • createBuildTarget(name, build_tag, dest_tag)
      Create a new build target
         
  • createEmptyBuild(name, version, release, epoch, owner=None)
      Creates empty build entry
    
            :param str name: build name
            :param str version: build version
            :param str release: release version
            :param str epoch: epoch version
            :param userInfo: a str (Kerberos principal or name) or an int (user id)
                             or a dict:
                                 - id: User's ID
                                 - name: User's name
                                 - krb_principal: Kerberos principal
            :return: int build ID
            
         
  • createExternalRepo(name, url)
      Create a new external repo with the given name and url.
        Return a map containing the id, name, and url
        of the new repo.
         
  • createImageBuild(build_info)
      
            Associate image metadata with an existing build. The build must not
            already have associated image metadata.
            
         
  • createMavenBuild(build_info, maven_info)
      
            Associate Maven metadata with an existing build.  The build must
            not already have associated Maven metadata.  maven_info must be a dict
            containing group_id, artifact_id, and version entries.
            
         
  • createNotification(user_id, package_id, tag_id, success_only)
      Create a new notification.  If the user_id does not match the currently logged-in user
            and the currently logged-in user is not an admin, raise a GenericError.
         
  • createNotificationBlock(user_id, package_id=None, tag_id=None)
      Create notification block. If the user_id does not match the
            currently logged-in user and the currently logged-in user is not an
            admin, raise a GenericError.
         
  • createTag(name, parent=None, arches=None, perm=None, locked=False, maven_support=False, maven_include_all=False, extra=None)
      Create a new tag
         
  • createUser(username, status=None, krb_principal=None)
      Add a user to the database
    
            :param str username: The username for this Koji user.
            :param int status: This must be one of the values of the
                               koji.USER_STATUS enum. If unspecified,
                               the default is koji.USER_STATUS['NORMAL'].
            :param str krb_principal: a custom Kerberos principal, or None.
            :raises: GenericError if the user or Kerberos principal already
                     exists.
            
         
  • createWinBuild(build_info, win_info)
      
            Associate Windows metadata with an existing build.  The build must
            not already have associated Windows metadata.  win_info must be a dict
            containing a platform entry.
            
         
  • deleteBuild(build, strict=True, min_ref_age=604800)
      delete a build, if possible
    
        Attempts to delete a build. A build can only be deleted if it is
        unreferenced.
    
        If strict is true (default), an exception is raised if the build cannot
        be deleted.
    
        Note that a deleted build is not completely gone. It is marked deleted and some
        data remains in the database.  Mainly, the rpms are removed.
    
        Note in particular that deleting a build DOES NOT free any NVRs (or NVRAs) for
        reuse.
    
        Returns True if successful, False otherwise
        
         
  • deleteBuildTarget(buildTargetInfo)
      Delete the build target with the given name.  If no build target
        exists, raise a GenericError.
         
  • deleteExternalRepo(info)
      
        Remove an external repository for any tags and delete it.
    
        :param info: external repository name or ID number
        :raises: GenericError if the repository does not exist.
        
         
  • deleteNotification(id)
      Delete the notification with the given ID.  If the currently logged-in
            user is not the owner of the notification or an admin, raise a GenericError.
         
  • deleteNotificationBlock(id)
      Delete the notification block with the given ID.  If the currently logged-in
            user is not the owner of the notification or an admin, raise a GenericError.
         
  • deleteTag(tagInfo)
      Delete the specified tag.
         
  • disableHost(hostname)
      Mark a host as disabled
         
  • disableUser(username)
      Disable logins by the specified user
         
  • distRepo(tag, keys, **task_opts)
      Create a dist-repo task. returns task id
         
  • downloadTaskOutput(taskID, fileName, offset=0, size=-1, volume=None)
      Download the file with the given name, generated by the task with the
            given ID.
         
  • dropGroupMember(group, user)
      Drop user from group
         
  • echo(*args)
      
         
  • editBuildTarget(buildTargetInfo, name, build_tag, dest_tag)
      Set the build_tag and dest_tag of an existing build_target to new values
         
  • editExternalRepo(info, name=None, url=None)
      Edit an existing external repo
         
  • editHost(hostInfo, **kw)
      Edit information for an existing host.
        hostInfo specifies the host to edit, either as an integer (id)
        or a string (name).
        fields to be changed are specified as keyword parameters:
        - arches (a space-separated string)
        - capacity (float or int)
        - description (string)
        - comment (string)
    
        Returns True if changes are made to the database, False otherwise.
        
         
  • editTag(tagInfo, name, arches, locked, permissionID, extra=None)
      Edit information for an existing tag.
         
  • editTag2(tagInfo, **kwargs)
      Edit information for an existing tag.
    
        The tagInfo argument is the only required argument. After the tagInfo
        argument, specify any tag changes with additional keyword arguments.
    
        :param tagInfo: koji tag ID or name to edit (required).
        :type tagInfo: int or str
    
        :param str name: rename the tag.
        :param str arches: a space-separated list of arches for this tag.
        :param bool locked: whether this tag is locked or not.
        :param perm: the permission ID or name for this tag.
        :type perm: int, str, or None
        :param bool maven_support: whether Maven repos should be generated for the
                                   tag.
        :param bool maven_include_all: include every build in this tag (including
                                       multiple versions of the same package) in
                                       the Maven repo.
        :param dict extra: add or update extra tag parameters.
        :param list remove_extra: remove extra tag parameters.
        
         
  • editTagExternalRepo(tag_info, repo_info, priority=None, merge_mode=None)
      Edit a tag<->external repo association
        This allows you to update the priority and merge_mode without removing/adding the repo.
    
        Note that None value of priority and merge_mode means no change on it
        
         
  • editUser(userInfo, name=None, krb_principal_mappings=None)
      Edit information for an existing user.
    
        Use this method to rename a user, or to add/remove/modify Kerberos
        principal(s) for this account.
    
        Example krb_principal_mappings values:
    
        To add a new Kerberos principal to a user account:
          [{'old': None, 'new': 'myuser@NEW.EXAMPLE.COM'}]
    
        To remove an old Kerberos principal from a user account:
          [{'old': 'myuser@OLD.EXAMPLE.COM', 'new': None}]
    
        To modify a user's old Kerberos principal to a new one:
          [{'old': 'myuser@OLD.EXAMPLE.NET', 'new': 'myuser@NEW.EXAMPLE.NET'}]
    
        :param userInfo: username (str) or ID (int)
        :param str name: new name for this user account
        :param list krb_principal_mappings: List of changes to make for this
                                            user's Kerberos principal. Each change
                                            is a dict of "old" and "new"
                                            Kerberos principals.
        :raises: GenericError if the user does not exist, or if there were
                 problems in the krb_principal_mappings.
        
         
  • enableHost(hostname)
      Mark a host as enabled
         
  • enableUser(username)
      Enable logins by the specified user
         
  • error()
      debugging. raise an error
         
  • exclusiveSession(*args, **opts)
      Make this session exclusive
         
  • fault()
      debugging. raise an error
         
  • filterResults(methodName, *args, **kw)
      Execute the XML-RPC method with the given name and filter the results
            based on the options specified in the keywork option "filterOpts".  The method
            must return a list of maps.  Any other return type will result in a GenericError.
            Currently supported options are:
            - offset: the number of elements to trim off the front of the list
            - limit: the maximum number of results to return
            - order: the map key to use to sort the list; the list will be sorted before
                     offset or limit are applied
            - noneGreatest: when sorting, consider 'None' to be greater than all other values;
                            python considers None less than all other values, but Postgres sorts
                            NULL higher than all other values; default to True for consistency
                            with database sorts
            
         
  • findBuildID(X, strict=False)
      gets build ID for various inputs
    
        :param int|str|dict X: build ID | NVR | dict with name, version and release values
    
        :returns int: build ID
        
         
  • freeTask(task_id)
      Free a task
         
  • getAPIVersion()
      
         
  • getActiveRepos()
      Get data on all active repos
    
        This is a list of all the repos that the repo daemon needs to worry about.
        
         
  • getAllArches()
      Return a list of all (canonical) arches available from hosts
         
  • getAllPerms()
      Get a list of all permissions in the system.  Returns a list of maps.  Each
            map contains the following keys:
    
            - id
            - name
            
         
  • getArchive(archive_id, strict=False)
      
        Get information about the archive with the given ID.  Returns a map
        containing the following keys:
    
        id: unique id of the archive file (integer)
        type_id: id of the archive type (Java jar, Solaris pkg, Windows exe, etc.) (integer)
        build_id: id of the build that generated this archive (integer)
        buildroot_id: id of the buildroot where this archive was built (integer)
        filename: name of the archive (string)
        size: size of the archive (integer)
        checksum: checksum of the archive (string)
        checksum_type: type of the checksum (integer)
    
        If the archive is part of a Maven build, the following keys will be included:
          group_id
          artifact_id
          version
        If the archive is part of a Windows builds, the following keys will be included:
          relpath
          platforms
          flags
    
        If the archive is part of an image build, and it is the image file that
        contains the root partitioning ('/'), there will be a additional fields:
          rootid
          arch
        
         
  • getArchiveFile(archive_id, filename, strict=False)
      
        Get information about a file with the given filename
        contained in the archive with the given ID.
        Returns a map with with following keys:
    
        archive_id: id of the archive the file is contained in (integer)
        name: name of the file (string)
        size: uncompressed size of the file (integer)
    
        If strict is True, raise GenericError if:
          - this file is not found in the archive
          - build btype of this archive belong to is not maven, win or image
          - archive_type is not that we are able to expand
    
        Regardless of strict, an error will be raised if the archive_id is invalid
        
         
  • getArchiveType(filename=None, type_name=None, type_id=None, strict=False)
      
        Get the archive type for the given filename, type_name, or type_id.
        
         
  • getArchiveTypes()
      Return a list of all supported archive types.
         
  • getAverageBuildDuration(package)
      Get the average duration of a build of the given package.
            Returns a floating-point value indicating the
            average number of seconds the package took to build.  If the package
            has never been built, return None.
         
  • getBuild(buildInfo, strict=False)
      Return information about a build.
    
        buildID may be either a int ID, a string NVR, or a map containing
        'name', 'version' and 'release.
    
        A map will be returned containing the following keys*:
          id: build ID
          package_id: ID of the package built
          package_name: name of the package built
          name: same as package_name
          version
          release
          epoch
          nvr
          state
          task_id: ID of the task that kicked off the build
          owner_id: ID of the user who kicked off the build
          owner_name: name of the user who kicked off the build
          volume_id: ID of the storage volume
          volume_name: name of the storage volume
          creation_event_id: id of the create_event
          creation_time: time the build was created (text)
          creation_ts: time the build was created (epoch)
          start_time: time the build was started (may be null)
          start_ts: time the build was started (epoch, may be null)
          completion_time: time the build was completed (may be null)
          completion_ts: time the build was completed (epoch, may be null)
          source: the SCM URL of the sources used in the build -
                  dereferenced git hash is stored here
          extra: dictionary with extra data about the build
              - source:
                  - original_url: while build.source contains concrete
                    SCM hash, this field can contain SCM url which was
                    used when launching build (e.g. git_url#master)
          cg_id: ID of CG which reserved or imported this build
          cg_name: name of CG which reserved or imported this build
    
        If there is no build matching the buildInfo given, and strict is specified,
        raise an error.  Otherwise return None.
    
        [*] Not every build will have data for all keys. E.g. not all builds will
            associated task ids, and not all import methods provide source info.
        
         
  • getBuildConfig(tag, event=None)
      Return build configuration associated with a tag
         
  • getBuildLogs(build)
      Return a list of log files for the given build
         
  • getBuildNotification(id, strict=False)
      Get the build notification with the given ID.
            If there is no notification with the given ID, when strict is True,
            raise GenericError, else return None.
            
         
  • getBuildNotificationBlock(id, strict=False)
      Get the build notification with the given ID.
            If there is no notification with the given ID, when strict is True,
            raise GenericError, else return None.
            
         
  • getBuildNotificationBlocks(userID=None)
      Get build notifications for the user with the given ID, name or
            Kerberos principal. If no user is specified, get the notifications for
            the currently logged-in user. If there is no currently logged-in user,
            raise a GenericError.
         
  • getBuildNotifications(userID=None)
      Get build notifications for the user with the given ID, name or
            Kerberos principal. If no user is specified, get the notifications for
            the currently logged-in user. If there is no currently logged-in user,
            raise a GenericError.
         
  • getBuildTarget(info, event=None, strict=False)
      Return the build target with the given name or ID.
        If there is no matching build target, return None.
         
  • getBuildTargets(info=None, event=None, buildTagID=None, destTagID=None, queryOpts=None)
      Return data on all the build targets
    
        provide event to query at a different time
         
  • getBuildType(buildInfo, strict=False)
      Return type info about the build
    
        buildInfo should be a valid build specification
    
        Returns a dictionary whose keys are type names and whose values are
        the type info corresponding to that type
        
         
  • getBuildroot(buildrootID, strict=False)
      Return information about a buildroot.  buildrootID must be an int ID.
         
  • getBuildrootListing(id)
      Return a list of packages in the buildroot
         
  • getChangelogEntries(buildID=None, taskID=None, filepath=None, author=None, before=None, after=None, queryOpts=None, strict=False)
      Get changelog entries for the build with the given ID,
               or for the rpm generated by the given task at the given path
    
            - author: only return changelogs with a matching author
            - before: only return changelogs from before the given date (in UTC)
                      (a datetime object, a string in the 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS format, or integer
                      seconds since the epoch)
            - after: only return changelogs from after the given date (in UTC)
                     (a datetime object, a string in the 'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS format, or integer
                     seconds since the epoch)
            - queryOpts: query options used by the QueryProcessor
            - strict: if srpm doesn't exist raise an error, otherwise return empty list
    
            If "order" is not specified in queryOpts, results will be returned in reverse chronological
            order.
    
            Results will be returned as a list of maps with 'date', 'author', and 'text' keys.
            If there are no results, an empty list will be returned.
            
         
  • getChannel(channelInfo, strict=False)
      
        Look up the ID number and name for a channel.
    
        :param channelInfo: channel ID or name
        :type channelInfo: int or str
        :param bool strict: If True, raise an error if we found no matching
                            channel. If False, simply return None if we found no
                            matching channel. If unspecified, the default value is
                            False.
        :returns: dict of the channel ID and name, or None.
                  For example, {'id': 20, 'name': 'container'}
        
         
  • getEvent(id)
      
            Get information about the event with the given id.
    
            A map will be returned with the following keys:
              - id (integer): id of the event
              - ts (float): timestamp the event was created, in
                            seconds since the epoch
    
            If no event with the given id exists, an error will be raised.
            
         
  • getExternalRepo(info, strict=False, event=None)
      
        Get information about a single external repository.
    
        :param info: a string (name) or an integer (id).
        :param bool strict: If True, raise an error if we found no matching
                            repository. If False, simply return None if we found
                            no matching repository. If unspecified, the default
                            value is False.
        :param int event: The event ID at which to search. If unspecified, the
                          default behavior is to search for the "active" repo
                          settings.
        :returns: a map containing the id, name, and url of the repository.
        
         
  • getExternalRepoList(tag_info, event=None)
      
        Get an ordered list of all external repos associated with the tags in the
        hierarchy rooted at the specified tag.  External repos will be returned
        depth-first, and ordered by priority for each tag.  Duplicates will be
        removed.  Returns a list of maps containing the following fields:
    
        tag_id
        tag_name
        external_repo_id
        external_repo_name
        url
        merge_mode
        priority
        
         
  • getFullInheritance(tag, event=None, reverse=False, stops=None, jumps=None)
      
            :param int|str tag: tag ID | name
            :param int event: event ID
            :param bool reverse: return reversed tree (descendants instead of
                                 parents)
            :param dict stops: dict of tag ids which should be ignored
            :param dict jumps: dict of tag ids which should be skipped
    
            :returns: list of node dicts
            
         
  • getGlobalInheritance(event=None)
      
         
  • getGroupMembers(group)
      Get the members of a group
         
  • getHost(hostInfo, strict=False, event=None)
      Get information about the given host.  hostInfo may be
        either a string (hostname) or int (host id).  A map will be returned
        containing the following data:
    
        - id
        - user_id
        - name
        - arches
        - task_load
        - capacity
        - description
        - comment
        - ready
        - enabled
        
         
  • getImageArchive(archive_id, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve image-specific information about an archive.
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
    
        archive_id: id of the build (integer)
        arch: the architecture of the image
        rootid: True if this image has the root '/' partition
        
         
  • getImageBuild(buildInfo, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve image-specific information about a build.
        buildInfo can be either a string (n-v-r) or an integer
        (build ID). This function really only exists to verify a build
        is an image build; there is no additional data.
    
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
        build_id: id of the build
        
         
  • getInheritanceData(tag, event=None)
      Return inheritance data for tag
         
  • getLastEvent(before=None)
      
            Get the id and timestamp of the last event recorded in the system.
            Events are usually created as the result of a configuration change
            in the database.
    
            If "before" (int or float) is specified, return the last event
            that occurred before that time (in seconds since the epoch).
            If there is no event before the given time, an error will be raised.
    
            Note that due to differences in precision between the database and python,
            this method can return an event with a timestamp the same or slightly higher
            (by a few microseconds) than the value of "before" provided.  Code using this
            method should check that the timestamp returned is in fact lower than the parameter.
            When trying to find information about a specific event, the getEvent() method
            should be used.
            
         
  • getLastHostUpdate(hostID)
      Return the latest update timestampt for the host
    
            The timestamp represents the last time the host with the given
            ID contacted the hub. Returns None if the host has never contacted
             the hub.
         
  • getLatestBuilds(tag, event=None, package=None, type=None)
      List latest builds for tag (inheritance enabled)
         
  • getLatestMavenArchives(tag, event=None, inherit=True)
      Return a list of the latest Maven archives in the tag, as of the given event
               (or now if event is None).  If inherit is True, follow the tag hierarchy
               and return a list of the latest archives for all tags in the tree.
         
  • getLatestRPMS(tag, package=None, arch=None, event=None, rpmsigs=False, type=None)
      List latest RPMS for tag (inheritance enabled)
         
  • getLoggedInUser()
      Return information about the currently logged-in user.  Returns data
            in the same format as getUser(), plus the authtype.  If there is no
            currently logged-in user, return None.
         
  • getMavenArchive(archive_id, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve Maven-specific information about an archive.
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
    
        archive_id: id of the build (integer)
        group_id: Maven groupId (string)
        artifact_id: Maven artifact_Id (string)
        version: Maven version (string)
        
         
  • getMavenBuild(buildInfo, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve Maven-specific information about a build.
        buildInfo can be either a string (n-v-r) or an integer
        (build ID).
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
    
        build_id: id of the build (integer)
        group_id: Maven groupId (string)
        artifact_id: Maven artifact_Id (string)
        version: Maven version (string)
        
         
  • getNextRelease(build_info)
      find the last successful or deleted build of this N-V. If building is
        specified, skip also builds in progress
         
  • getPackage(info, strict=False, create=False)
      Get the id,name for package
         
  • getPackageConfig(tag, pkg, event=None)
      Get config for package in tag
         
  • getPackageID(name, strict=False)
      Get package ID by name.
            If package doesn't exist, return None, unless strict is True in which
            case an exception is raised.
         
  • getPerms()
      Get a list of the permissions granted to the currently logged-in user.
         
  • getRPM(rpminfo, strict=False, multi=False)
      Get information about the specified RPM
    
        rpminfo may be any one of the following:
        - a int ID
        - a string N-V-R.A
        - a string N-V-R.A@location
        - a map containing 'name', 'version', 'release', and 'arch'
          (and optionally 'location')
    
        If specified, location should match the name of an external repo
    
        A map will be returned, with the following keys:
        - id
        - name
        - version
        - release
        - arch
        - epoch
        - payloadhash
        - size
        - buildtime
        - build_id
        - buildroot_id
        - external_repo_id
        - external_repo_name
        - metadata_only
        - extra
    
        If there is no RPM with the given ID, None is returned, unless strict
        is True in which case an exception is raised
    
        If more than one RPM matches, and multi is True, then a list of results is
        returned. If multi is False, a single match is returned (an internal one if
        possible).
        
         
  • getRPMDeps(rpmID, depType=None, queryOpts=None, strict=False)
      Return dependency information about the RPM with the given ID.
            If depType is specified, restrict results to dependencies of the given type.
            Otherwise, return all dependency information.  A list of maps will be returned,
            each with the following keys:
            - name
            - version
            - flags
            - type
    
            If there is no *internal* RPM with the given ID, or no RPM file found,
            an empty list will be returned, unless strict is True in which case a
            GenericError is raised.
            If the RPM has no dependency information, an empty list will be returned.
            
         
  • getRPMFile(rpmID, filename, strict=False)
      
            Get info about the file in the given RPM with the given filename.
            A map will be returned with the following keys:
            - rpm_id
            - name
            - digest
            - md5 (alias for digest)
            - digest_algo
            - size
            - flags
            - user
            - group
            - mtime
            - mode
    
            If there is no *internal* RPM with the given ID, or no RPM file found,
            an empty map will be returned, unless strict is True in which case a
            GenericError is raised.
            If no such file exists, an empty map will be returned, unless strict is
            True in which case a GenericError is raised.
            
         
  • getRPMHeaders(rpmID=None, taskID=None, filepath=None, headers=None)
      
            Get the requested headers from the rpm.  Header names are case-insensitive.
            If a header is requested that does not exist an exception will be raised.
            Returns a map of header names to values.  If the specified ID
            is not valid or the rpm does not exist on the file system, an empty map
            will be returned.
            
         
  • getRepo(tag, state=None, event=None, dist=False)
      Get individual repository data based on tag and additional filters.
            If more repos fits, most recent is returned.
    
            :param int|str tag: tag ID or name
            :param int state: value from koji.REPO_STATES
            :param int event: event ID
            :param bool dist: True = dist repo, False = regular repo
    
            :returns: dict with repo data (id, state, create_event, time, dist)
            
         
  • getSessionInfo()
      
         
  • getTag(tagInfo, strict=False, event=None)
      Get tag information based on the tagInfo.  tagInfo may be either
        a string (the tag name) or an int (the tag ID).
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
    
        - id :      unique id for the tag
        - name :    name of the tag
        - perm_id : permission id (may be null)
        - perm :    permission name (may be null)
        - arches :  tag arches (string, may be null)
        - locked :  lock setting (boolean)
        - maven_support :           maven support flag (boolean)
        - maven_include_all :       maven include all flag (boolean)
        - extra :   extra tag parameters (dictionary)
    
        If there is no tag matching the given tagInfo, and strict is False,
        return None.  If strict is True, raise a GenericError.
    
        Note that in order for a tag to 'exist', it must have an active entry
        in tag_config. A tag whose name appears in the tag table but has no
        active tag_config entry is considered deleted.
        
         
  • getTagExternalRepos(tag_info=None, repo_info=None, event=None)
      
        Get a list of tag<->external repo associations.
    
        The list of associations is ordered by the priority field.
    
        Each map containing the following fields:
          tag_id
          tag_name
          external_repo_id
          external_repo_name
          url
          merge_mode
          priority
    
        :param tag_info: Tag name or ID number. This field is optional. If you
                         specify a value here, Koji will only return
                         repo association information for this single tag.
        :param repo_info: External repository name or ID number. This field is
                          optional. If you specify a value here, Koji will only
                          return tag association information for this single
                          repository.
        :param int event: The event ID at which to search. If unspecified, the
                          default behavior is to search for the "active" tag and
                          repo settings.
        
         
  • getTagGroups(tag, event=None, inherit=True, incl_pkgs=True, incl_reqs=True, incl_blocked=False)
      Return group data for the tag with blocked entries removed
    
        Also scrubs data into an xmlrpc-safe format (no integer keys)
    
        Blocked packages/groups can alternatively also be listed if incl_blocked is set to True
        
         
  • getTagID(info, strict=False, create=False)
      Get the id for tag
         
  • getTaskChildren(task_id, request=False, strict=False)
      Return a list of the children
            of the Task with the given ID.
         
  • getTaskDescendents(task_id, request=False)
      Get all descendents of the task with the given ID.
            Return a map of task_id -> list of child tasks.  If the given
            task has no descendents, the map will contain a single elements
            mapping the given task ID to an empty list.  Map keys will be strings
            representing integers, due to limitations in xmlrpclib.  If "request"
            is true, the parameters sent with the xmlrpc request will be decoded and
            included in the map.
         
  • getTaskInfo(task_id, request=False, strict=False)
      Get information about a task
    
            :param int task_id: Task id
            :param bool request: if True, return also task's request
            :param bool strict: raise exception, if task is not found
    
            :returns dict: task info
         
  • getTaskRequest(taskId)
      Return original task request as a list. Content depends on task type
    
            :param int taskId: id of task queried
    
            :returns list: request
            
         
  • getTaskResult(taskId, raise_fault=True)
      Returns task results depending on task type. For buildArch it is a dict with build info,
            for newRepo list with two items, etc.
    
            :param int taskId: id of task queried
            :param bool raise_fault: if task's result is a fault, raise it also here, otherwise
                                    just get dict with error code/message
    
            :returns any: dict/list/etc. with task result
         
  • getUser(userInfo=None, strict=False, krb_princs=True)
      Return information about a user.
    
        :param userInfo: a str (Kerberos principal or name) or an int (user id)
                         or a dict:
                             - id: User's ID
                             - name: User's name
                             - krb_principal: Kerberos principal
        :param bool strict: whether raising Error when no user found
        :param bool krb_princs: whether show krb_principals in result
        :return: a dict as user's information:
            id: user id
            name: user name
            status: user status (int), may be null
            usertype: user type (int), 0 person, 1 for host, may be null
            krb_principals: the user's Kerberos principals (list)
        
         
  • getUserPerms(userID=None)
      Get a list of the permissions granted to the user with the given ID/name.
            Options:
            - userID: User ID or username. If no userID provided, current login user's
                      permissions will be listed.
         
  • getVolume(volume, strict=False)
      Lookup the given volume
    
            Returns a dictionary containing the name and id of the matching
            volume, or None if no match.
            If strict is true, raises an error if no match.
            
         
  • getWinArchive(archive_id, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve Windows-specific information about an archive.
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
    
        archive_id: id of the build (integer)
        relpath: the relative path where the file is located (string)
        platforms: space-separated list of platforms the file is suitable for use on (string)
        flags: space-separated list of flags used when building the file (fre, chk) (string)
        
         
  • getWinBuild(buildInfo, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve Windows-specific information about a build.
        buildInfo can be either a string (n-v-r) or an integer
        (build ID).
        Returns a map containing the following keys:
    
        build_id: id of the build (integer)
        platform: the platform the build was performed on (string)
        
         
  • grantCGAccess(user, cg, create=False)
      
        Grant user access to act as the given content generator
    
        :param user: koji userid or username
        :type user: int or str
        :param cg: content generator id or name
        :type cg: int or str
        :param bool create: If True, and the requested cg name entry does not
                            already exist, then Koji will create the content
                            generator entry. In such a case, the cg parameter
                            must be a string. The default is False.
        
         
  • grantPermission(userinfo, permission, create=False)
      Grant a permission to a user
         
  • groupListAdd(taginfo, grpinfo, block=False, force=False, **opts)
      Add to (or update) group list for tag
         
  • groupListBlock(taginfo, grpinfo)
      Block the group in tag
         
  • groupListRemove(taginfo, grpinfo, force=False)
      Remove group from the list for tag
        Permission required: admin
    
        :param taginfo: tag id or name which group is removed from
        :type taginfo: int or str
        :param grpinfo: group id or name which is removed
        :type grpinfo: int or str
        :param bool force: If False(default), GenericException will be raised when
                           no group found in the list for tag. If True, revoking
                           will be force to execute, no matter if the relationship
                           exists.
    
        Really this shouldn't be used except in special cases
        Most of the time you really want to use the block or unblock functions
        
         
  • groupListUnblock(taginfo, grpinfo)
      Unblock the group in tag
    
        If the group is blocked in this tag, then simply remove the block.
        Otherwise, raise an error
        
         
  • groupPackageListAdd(taginfo, grpinfo, pkg_name, block=False, force=False, **opts)
      Add package to group for tag
         
  • groupPackageListBlock(taginfo, grpinfo, pkg_name)
      Block the package in group-tag
         
  • groupPackageListRemove(taginfo, grpinfo, pkg_name, force=False)
      Remove package from the list for group-tag
    
        Really this shouldn't be used except in special cases
        Most of the time you really want to use the block or unblock functions
        
         
  • groupPackageListUnblock(taginfo, grpinfo, pkg_name)
      Unblock the package in group-tag
    
        If blocked (directly) in this tag, then simply remove the block.
        Otherwise, raise an error
        
         
  • groupReqListAdd(taginfo, grpinfo, reqinfo, block=False, force=False, **opts)
      Add group requirement to group for tag
         
  • groupReqListBlock(taginfo, grpinfo, reqinfo)
      Block the group requirement in group-tag
         
  • groupReqListRemove(taginfo, grpinfo, reqinfo, force=False)
      Remove group requirement from the list for group-tag
    
        Really this shouldn't be used except in special cases
        Most of the time you really want to use the block or unblock functions
        
         
  • groupReqListUnblock(taginfo, grpinfo, reqinfo)
      Unblock the group requirement in group-tag
    
        If blocked (directly) in this tag, then simply remove the block.
        Otherwise, raise an error
        
         
  • hasPerm(perm, strict=False)
      Check if the logged-in user has the given permission.  Return False if
            they do not have the permission, or if they are not logged-in.
         
  • hello(*args)
      
         
  • host.assertPolicy(name, data, default='deny')
      
         
  • host.checkPolicy(name, data, default='deny', strict=False)
      
         
  • host.closeTask(task_id, response)
      
         
  • host.completeBuild(task_id, build_id, srpm, rpms, brmap=None, logs=None)
      Import final build contents into the database
         
  • host.completeImageBuild(task_id, build_id, results)
      Set an image build to the COMPLETE state
         
  • host.completeMavenBuild(task_id, build_id, maven_results, rpm_results)
      Complete the Maven build.
         
  • host.completeWinBuild(task_id, build_id, results, rpm_results)
      Complete a Windows build
         
  • host.createMavenBuild(build_info, maven_info)
      
            Associate Maven metadata with an existing build.  Used
            by the rpm2maven plugin.
            
         
  • host.distRepoMove(repo_id, uploadpath, arch)
      
            Move one arch of a dist repo into its final location
    
            Unlike normal repos, dist repos have all their content linked (or
            copied) into place.
    
            repo_id - the repo to move
            uploadpath - where the uploaded files are
            arch - the arch of the repo
    
            uploadpath should contain a repo_manifest file
    
            The uploaded files should include:
                - kojipkgs: json file with information about the component rpms
                - repo metadata files
            
         
  • host.evalPolicy(name, data)
      Evaluate named policy with given data and return the result
         
  • host.failBuild(task_id, build_id)
      Mark the build as failed.  If the current state is not
            'BUILDING', or the current completion_time is not null, a
            GenericError will be raised.
         
  • host.failTask(task_id, response)
      
         
  • host.freeTasks(tasks)
      
         
  • host.getHost()
      Return information about this host
         
  • host.getHostTasks()
      
         
  • host.getID()
      
         
  • host.getLoadData()
      
         
  • host.getTask()
      
         
  • host.importArchive(filepath, buildinfo, type, typeInfo)
      
            Import an archive file and associate it with a build.  The archive can
            be any non-rpm filetype supported by Koji.  Used by the rpm2maven plugin.
            
         
  • host.importImage(task_id, build_info, results)
      
            Import a built image, populating the database with metadata and
            moving the image to its final location.
            
         
  • host.importWrapperRPMs(task_id, build_id, rpm_results)
      Import the wrapper rpms and associate them with the given build.  The build
            must not have any existing rpms associated with it.
         
  • host.initBuild(data)
      Create a stub (rpm) build entry.
    
            This is done at the very beginning of the build to inform the
            system the build is underway.
    
            This function is only called for rpm builds, other build types
            have their own init function
            
         
  • host.initImageBuild(task_id, build_info)
      create a new in-progress image build
         
  • host.initMavenBuild(task_id, build_info, maven_info)
      Create a new in-progress Maven build
               Synthesize the release number by taking the (integer) release of the
               last successful build and incrementing it.
         
  • host.initWinBuild(task_id, build_info, win_info)
      
            Create a new in-progress Windows build.
            
         
  • host.isEnabled()
      
         
  • host.moveBuildToScratch(task_id, srpm, rpms, logs=None)
      Move a completed scratch build into place (not imported)
         
  • host.moveImageBuildToScratch(task_id, results)
      move a completed image scratch build into place
         
  • host.moveMavenBuildToScratch(task_id, results, rpm_results)
      Move a completed Maven scratch build into place (not imported)
         
  • host.moveWinBuildToScratch(task_id, results, rpm_results)
      Move a completed Windows scratch build into place (not imported)
         
  • host.newBuildRoot(repo, arch, task_id=None)
      
         
  • host.openTask(task_id)
      
         
  • host.repoDone(repo_id, data, expire=False)
      Finalize a repo
    
            repo_id: the id of the repo
            data: a dictionary of repo files in the form:
                  { arch: [uploadpath, [file1, file2, ...]], ...}
            expire: if set to true, mark the repo expired immediately [*]
    
            Actions:
            * Move uploaded repo files into place
            * Mark repo ready
            * Expire earlier repos
            * Move/create 'latest' symlink
    
            For dist repos, the move step is skipped (that is handled in
            distRepoMove).
    
            * This is used when a repo from an older event is generated
            
         
  • host.repoInit(tag, with_src=False, with_debuginfo=False, event=None, with_separate_src=False)
      Initialize a new repo for tag
         
  • host.setBuildRootList(brootid, rpmlist, task_id=None)
      
         
  • host.setBuildRootState(brootid, state, task_id=None)
      
         
  • host.setTaskWeight(task_id, weight)
      
         
  • host.subtask(method, arglist, parent, **opts)
      
         
  • host.subtask2(_HostExports__parent, _HostExports__taskopts, _HostExports__method, *args, **opts)
      A wrapper around subtask with optional signature
    
            Parameters:
                __parent: task id of the parent task
                __taskopts: dictionary of task options
                __method: the method to be invoked
    
            Remaining args are passed on to the subtask
            
         
  • host.tagBuild(task_id, tag, build, force=False, fromtag=None)
      Tag a build (host version)
    
            This tags as the user who owns the task
    
            If fromtag is specified, also untag the package (i.e. move in a single
            transaction)
    
            No return value
            
         
  • host.tagNotification(is_successful, tag_id, from_id, build_id, user_id, ignore_success=False, failure_msg='')
      Create a tag notification message.
            Handles creation of tagNotification tasks for hosts.
         
  • host.taskSetWait(parent, tasks)
      
         
  • host.taskWait(parent)
      
         
  • host.taskWaitResults(parent, tasks, canfail=None)
      
         
  • host.updateBuildRootList(brootid, rpmlist, task_id=None)
      
         
  • host.updateBuildrootArchives(brootid, task_id, archives, project=False)
      
         
  • host.updateHost(task_load, ready)
      
         
  • host.updateMavenBuildRootList(brootid, task_id, mavenlist, ignore=None, project=False, ignore_unknown=False, extra_deps=None)
      
         
  • importArchive(filepath, buildinfo, type, typeInfo)
      
            Import an archive file and associate it with a build.  The archive can
            be any non-rpm filetype supported by Koji.
    
            filepath: path to the archive file (relative to the Koji workdir)
            buildinfo: information about the build to associate the archive with
                       May be a string (NVR), integer (buildID), or dict (containing keys: name,
                       version, release)
            type: type of the archive being imported.  Currently supported archive types: maven, win
            typeInfo: dict of type-specific information
            
         
  • importRPM(path, basename)
      Import an RPM into the database.
    
            The file must be uploaded first.
            
         
  • krbLogin(*args, **opts)
      
         
  • listArchiveFiles(archive_id, queryOpts=None, strict=False)
      
        Get information about the files contained in the archive with the given ID.
        Returns a list of maps with with following keys:
    
        archive_id: id of the archive the file is contained in (integer)
        name: name of the file (string)
        size: uncompressed size of the file (integer)
    
        If strict is True, raise GenericError if archive_type is not one that we
        are able to expand
    
        Regardless of strict, an error will be raised if the archive_id is invalid
        
         
  • listArchives(buildID=None, buildrootID=None, componentBuildrootID=None, hostID=None, type=None, filename=None, size=None, checksum=None, typeInfo=None, queryOpts=None, imageID=None, archiveID=None, strict=False)
      
        Retrieve information about archives.
        If buildID is not null it will restrict the list to archives built by the build with that ID.
        If buildrootID is not null it will restrict the list to archives built in the buildroot with
        that ID.
        If componentBuildrootID is not null it will restrict the list to archives that were present in
        the buildroot with that ID.
        If hostID is not null it will restrict the list to archives built on the host with that ID.
        If filename, size, and/or checksum are not null it will filter the results to entries matching
        the provided values.
    
        Returns a list of maps containing the following keys:
    
        id: unique id of the archive file (integer)
        type_id: id of the archive type (Java jar, Solaris pkg, Windows exe, etc.) (integer)
        type_name: name of the archive type
        type_description: description of the archive
        type_extensions: valid extensions for the type
        build_id: id of the build that generated this archive (integer)
        buildroot_id: id of the buildroot where this archive was built (integer)
        filename: name of the archive (string)
        size: size of the archive (integer)
        checksum: checksum of the archive (string)
        checksum_type: the checksum type (integer)
    
        If componentBuildrootID is specified, then the map will also contain the following key:
        project: whether the archive was pulled in as a project dependency, or as part of the
                 build environment setup (boolean)
    
        If 'type' is specified, then the archives listed will be limited
        those associated with additional metadata of the given type.
        Currently supported types are:
    
        maven, win, image
    
        If 'maven' is specified as a type, each returned map will contain
        these additional keys:
    
        group_id: Maven groupId (string)
        artifact_id: Maven artifactId (string)
        version: Maven version (string)
    
        if 'win' is specified as a type, each returned map will contain
        these additional keys:
    
        relpath: the relative path where the file is located (string)
        platforms: space-separated list of platforms the file is suitable for use on (string)
        flags: space-separated list of flags used when building the file (fre, chk) (string)
    
        if 'image' is specified as a type, each returned map will contain an
        additional key:
    
        arch: The architecture if the image itself, which may be different from the
              task that generated it
    
        typeInfo is a dict that can be used to filter the output by type-specific info.
        For the 'maven' type, this dict may contain one or more of group_id, artifact_id, or version,
          and the output will be restricted to archives with matching attributes.
    
        If there are no archives matching the selection criteria, if strict is False,
        an empty list is returned, otherwise GenericError is raised.
        
         
  • listBTypes(query=None, queryOpts=None)
      List btypes matching query
    
        :param dict query: Select a particular btype by "name" or "id".
                           Example: {"name": "image"}.
                           If this parameter is None (default), Koji returns all
                           btypes.
        :param dict queryOpts: additional options for this query.
        :returns: a list of btype dicts. If you specify a query parameter for a
                  btype name or id that does not exist, Koji will return an empty
                  list.
        
         
  • listBuildRPMs(build)
      Get information about all the RPMs generated by the build with the given
            ID.  A list of maps is returned, each map containing the following keys:
    
            - id
            - name
            - version
            - release
            - arch
            - epoch
            - payloadhash
            - size
            - buildtime
            - build_id
            - buildroot_id
    
            If no build has the given ID, or the build generated no RPMs, an empty list is returned.
         
  • listBuildroots(hostID=None, tagID=None, state=None, rpmID=None, archiveID=None, taskID=None, buildrootID=None, queryOpts=None)
      Return a list of matching buildroots
    
        Optional args:
            hostID - only buildroots on host.
            tagID - only buildroots for tag.
            state - only buildroots in state (may be a list)
            rpmID - only buildroots the specified rpm was used in
            archiveID - only buildroots the specified archive was used in
            taskID - only buildroots associated with task.
            buildrootID - only the specified buildroot
            queryOpts - query options
        
         
  • listBuilds(packageID=None, userID=None, taskID=None, prefix=None, state=None, volumeID=None, source=None, createdBefore=None, createdAfter=None, completeBefore=None, completeAfter=None, type=None, typeInfo=None, queryOpts=None)
      Return a list of builds that match the given parameters
    
            Filter parameters
                - packageID: only builds of the specified package (numeric id)
                - userID: only builds owned by the given user (numeric id)
                - taskID: only builds with the given task ID
                    If taskID is -1, only builds with a non-null task id
                - volumeID: only builds stored on the given volume (numeric id)
                - source: only builds where the source field matches (glob pattern)
                - prefix: only builds whose package name starts with that prefix
                - state: only builds in the given state (numeric value)
    
            Timestamp filter parameters
                - these limit the results to builds where the corresponding
                    timestamp is before or after the given time
                - the time value may be specified as seconds since the epoch or
                    in ISO format ('YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS')
                - filters for creation_time:
                    - createdBefore
                    - createdAfter
                - filters for completion_time:
                    - completeBefore
                    - completeAfter
    
            Build type parameters:
                - type: only builds of the given btype (such as maven or image)
                - typeInfo: only builds with matching type-specific info (given
                    as a dictionary). Can only be used in conjunction with the
                    type parameter. Only limited types are supported.
    
                    For type=maven, the provided group_id, artifact_id, and/or version
                    fields are matched
    
                    For type=win, the provided platform fields are matched
    
            Returns a list of maps.  Each map contains the following keys:
    
              - build_id
              - version
              - release
              - epoch
              - state
              - package_id
              - package_name
              - name (same as package_name)
              - nvr (synthesized for sorting purposes)
              - owner_id
              - owner_name
              - volume_id
              - volume_name
              - source
              - creation_event_id
              - creation_time
              - creation_ts
              - start_time
              - start_ts
              - completion_time
              - completion_ts
              - task_id
              - extra
    
            If type == 'maven', each map will also contain the following keys:
    
              - maven_group_id
              - maven_artifact_id
              - maven_version
    
            If type == 'win', each map will also contain the following key:
    
                - platform
    
            If no builds match, an empty list is returned.
            
         
  • listCGs()
      List all available content generators in the system
    
        :returns: A map of content generators, like {"name": data}. The data map
                  for each content generator has an "id" key for the content
                  generator ID, and a "users" key for the a list usernames who
                  are permitted to import for this content generator.
        
         
  • listChannels(hostID=None, event=None)
      
        List builder channels.
    
        :param hostID: Koji builder host ID or hostname. If specified, Koji will
                       return only the channels associated with this builder host.
                       If unspecified, Koji will return all channels.
        :type hostID: int or str
        :param int event: The event ID at which to search. If unspecified, the
                          default behavior is to search for the "active" host
                          settings. You must specify a hostID parameter with this
                          option.
        :returns: list of dicts, one per channel. For example,
                  [{'id': 20, 'name': 'container'}]
        
         
  • listExternalRepos(info=None, url=None, event=None, queryOpts=None)
      Get a list of external repos.  If info is not None it may be a
        string (name) or an integer (id).
        If url is not None, filter the list of repos to those matching the
        given url.
         
  • listHosts(arches=None, channelID=None, ready=None, enabled=None, userID=None, queryOpts=None)
      Get a list of hosts.  "arches" is a list of string architecture
            names, e.g. ['i386', 'ppc64'].  If one of the arches associated with a given
            host appears in the list, it will be included in the results.  If "ready" and "enabled"
            are specified, only hosts with the given value for the respective field will
            be included.
         
  • listPackages(tagID=None, userID=None, pkgID=None, prefix=None, inherited=False, with_dups=False, event=None, queryOpts=None)
      List if tagID and/or userID is specified, limit the
            list to packages belonging to the given user or with the
            given tag.
    
            A list of maps is returned.  Each map contains the
            following keys:
    
            - package_id
            - package_name
    
            If tagID, userID, or pkgID are specified, the maps will also contain the
            following keys.
    
            - tag_id
            - tag_name
            - owner_id
            - owner_name
            - extra_arches
            - blocked
            
         
  • listPackagesSimple(prefix=None, queryOpts=None)
      list packages that starts with prefix and are filted
            and ordered by queryOpts.
    
            Args:
                prefix: default is None. If is not None will filter out
                    packages which name doesn't start with the prefix.
                queryOpts: query options used by the QueryProcessor.
    
            Returns:
                A list of maps is returned, and each map contains key
                'package_name' and 'package_id'.
            
         
  • listRPMFiles(rpmID, queryOpts=None)
      List files associated with the RPM with the given ID.  A list of maps
            will be returned, each with the following keys:
            - name
            - digest
            - md5 (alias for digest)
            - digest_algo
            - size
            - flags
    
            If there is no RPM with the given ID, or that RPM contains no files,
            an empty list will be returned.
         
  • listRPMs(buildID=None, buildrootID=None, imageID=None, componentBuildrootID=None, hostID=None, arches=None, queryOpts=None)
      List RPMS.  If buildID, imageID and/or buildrootID are specified,
        restrict the list of RPMs to only those RPMs that are part of that
        build, or were built in that buildroot.  If componentBuildrootID is specified,
        restrict the list to only those RPMs that will get pulled into that buildroot
        when it is used to build another package.  A list of maps is returned, each map
        containing the following keys:
    
        - id
        - name
        - version
        - release
        - nvr (synthesized for sorting purposes)
        - arch
        - epoch
        - payloadhash
        - size
        - buildtime
        - build_id
        - buildroot_id
        - external_repo_id
        - external_repo_name
        - metadata_only
        - extra
    
        If componentBuildrootID is specified, two additional keys will be included:
        - component_buildroot_id
        - is_update
    
        If no build has the given ID, or the build generated no RPMs,
        an empty list is returned.
         
  • listTagged(tag, event=None, inherit=False, prefix=None, latest=False, package=None, owner=None, type=None)
      List builds tagged with tag
         
  • listTaggedArchives(tag, event=None, inherit=False, latest=False, package=None, type=None)
      List archives and builds within a tag
         
  • listTaggedRPMS(tag, event=None, inherit=False, latest=False, package=None, arch=None, rpmsigs=False, owner=None, type=None)
      List rpms and builds within tag
         
  • listTags(build=None, package=None, perms=True, queryOpts=None, pattern=None)
      List tags according to filters
    
        :param int|str build: If build is specified, only return tags associated with
                              the given build.  Build can be either an integer ID or
                              a string N-V-R.
        :param int|str package: If package is specified, only return tags associated with the
                                specified package. Package can be either an integer ID or a
                                string name.
    
                                In this case resulting map will have additional keys:
                                  - owner_id
                                  - owner_name
                                  - blocked
                                  - extra_arches
        :param bool perms: If perms is True, perm_id and perm is added to resulting maps.
        :param dict queryOpts: hash with query options for QueryProcessor
        :param pattern: If glob pattern is specified, only return tags matching that pattern.
    
        :returns list of dicts: Each map contains id, name, arches and locked keys and
                                additional keys as specified via package or perms options.
        
         
  • listTaskOutput(taskID, stat=False, all_volumes=False, strict=False)
      List the files generated by the task with the given ID.  This
        will usually include one or more RPMs, and one or more log files.
        If the task did not generate any files, or the output directory
        for the task no longer exists, return an empty list.
    
        If stat is True, return a map of filename -> stat_info where stat_info
        is a map containing the values of the st_* attributes returned by
        os.stat().
    
        If all_volumes is set, results are extended to deal with files in same
        relative paths on different volumes.
    
        With all_volumes=True, stat=False, return a map of filename -> list_of_volumes,
            {'stdout.log': ['DEFAULT']}
    
        With all_volumes=True, stat=True, return a map of
        filename -> map_of_volumes -> stat_info,
            {'stdout.log':
                {'DEFAULT': {
                    {
                        'st_atime': 1488902587.2141163,
                        'st_ctime': 1488902588.2281106,
                        'st_mtime': 1488902588.2281106,
                        'st_size': '526'
                    }
                }
            }
    
        If strict is set, function will raise a GenericError if task doesn't
        exist. Allows user to distinguish between empty output and non-existent task.
        
         
  • listTasks(opts=None, queryOpts=None)
      Return list of tasks filtered by options
    
            Options(dictionary):
                option[type]: meaning
                arch[list]: limit to tasks for given arches
                not_arch[list]: limit to tasks without the given arches
                state[list]: limit to tasks of given state
                not_state[list]: limit to tasks not of the given state
                owner[int|list]: limit to tasks owned by the user with the given ID
                not_owner[int|list]: limit to tasks not owned by the user with the given ID
                host_id[int|list]: limit to tasks running on the host with the given ID
                not_host_id[int|list]: limit to tasks running on the hosts with IDs other than the
                                       given ID
                channel_id[int|list]: limit to tasks in the specified channel
                not_channel_id[int|list]: limit to tasks not in the specified channel
                parent[int|list]: limit to tasks with the given parent
                not_parent[int|list]: limit to tasks without the given parent
                decode[bool]: whether or not xmlrpc data in the 'request' and 'result'
                              fields should be decoded; defaults to False
                method[str]: limit to tasks of the given method
                createdBefore[float or str]: limit to tasks whose create_time is before the
                                             given date, in either float (seconds since the epoch)
                                             or str (ISO) format
                createdAfter[float or str]: limit to tasks whose create_time is after the
                                            given date, in either float (seconds since the epoch)
                                            or str (ISO) format
                startedBefore[float or str]: limit to tasks whose start_time is before the
                                             given date, in either float (seconds since the epoch)
                                             or str (ISO) format
                startedAfter[float or str]: limit to tasks whose start_time is after the
                                            given date, in either float (seconds since the epoch)
                                            or str (ISO) format
                completeBefore[float or str]: limit to tasks whose completion_time is before
                                             the given date, in either float (seconds since the epoch)
                                             or str (ISO) format
                completeAfter[float or str]: limit to tasks whose completion_time is after
                                             the given date, in either float (seconds since the epoch)
                                             or str (ISO) format
            
         
  • listUsers(userType=0, prefix=None, queryOpts=None)
      List all users in the system.
            userType can be an integer value from koji.USERTYPES (defaults to 0,
            i.e. normal users).  Returns a list of maps with the following keys:
    
            - id
            - name
            - status
            - usertype
            - krb_principals
    
            If no users of the specified
            type exist, return an empty list.
         
  • listVolumes()
      List storage volumes
         
  • login(*args, **opts)
      
         
  • logout()
      
         
  • logoutChild(session_id)
      
         
  • makeTask(*args, **opts)
      Creates task manually. This is mainly for debugging, only an admin
            can make arbitrary tasks. You need to supply all *args and **opts
            accordingly to the task.
         
  • mavenBuild(url, target, opts=None, priority=None, channel='maven')
      Create a Maven build task
    
            url: The url to checkout the source from.  May be a CVS, SVN, or GIT repository.
            target: the build target
            priority: the amount to increase (or decrease) the task priority, relative
                      to the default priority; higher values mean lower priority; only
                      admins have the right to specify a negative priority here
            channel: the channel to allocate the task to (defaults to the "maven" channel)
    
            Returns the task ID
            
         
  • mavenEnabled()
      Get status of maven support
         
  • mergeScratch(task_id)
      Import the rpms generated by a scratch build, and associate
            them with an existing build.
    
            To be eligible for import, the build must:
             - be successfully completed
             - contain at least one arch-specific rpm
    
            The task must:
             - be a 'build' task
             - be successfully completed
             - use the exact same SCM URL as the build
             - contain at least one arch-specific rpm
             - have no overlap between the arches of the rpms it contains and
               the rpms contained by the build
             - contain a .src.rpm whose filename exactly matches the .src.rpm
               of the build
    
            Only arch-specific rpms will be imported.  noarch rpms and the src
            rpm will be skipped.  Build logs and buildroot metadata from the
            scratch build will be imported along with the rpms.
    
            This is useful for bootstrapping a new arch.  RPMs can be built
            for the new arch using a scratch build and then merged into an
            existing build, incrementally expanding arch coverage and avoiding
            the need for a mass-rebuild to support the new arch.
            
         
  • moveAllBuilds(tag1, tag2, package, force=False)
      Move all builds of a package from tag1 to tag2 in the correct order
    
            Returns the task id of the task performing the move
         
  • moveBuild(tag1, tag2, build, force=False)
      Move a build from tag1 to tag2
    
            Returns the task id of the task performing the move
         
  • newGroup(name)
      Add a user group to the database
         
  • newRepo(tag, event=None, src=False, debuginfo=False, separate_src=False)
      Create a newRepo task. returns task id
         
  • packageListAdd(taginfo, pkginfo, owner=None, block=None, extra_arches=None, force=False, update=False)
      Add to (or update) package list for tag
         
  • packageListBlock(taginfo, pkginfo, force=False)
      Block the package in tag
         
  • packageListRemove(taginfo, pkginfo, force=False)
      Remove package from the list for tag
    
        Most of the time you really want to use the block or unblock functions
    
        The main reason to remove an entry like this is to remove an override so
        that the package data can be inherited from elsewhere.
        
         
  • packageListSetArches(taginfo, pkginfo, arches, force=False)
      Set extra_arches for package in tag
         
  • packageListSetOwner(taginfo, pkginfo, owner, force=False)
      Set the owner for package in tag
         
  • packageListUnblock(taginfo, pkginfo, force=False)
      Unblock the package in tag
    
        Generally this just adds a unblocked duplicate of the blocked entry.
        However, if the block is actually in tag directly (not through inheritance),
        the blocking entry is simply removed
         
  • queryHistory(tables=None, **kwargs)
      Returns history data from various tables that support it
    
        tables: list of versioned tables to search, no value implies all tables
                valid entries: user_perms, user_groups, tag_inheritance, tag_config,
                    build_target_config, external_repo_config, tag_external_repos,
                    tag_listing, tag_packages, tag_package_owners, group_config,
                    group_req_listing, group_package_listing
    
        - Time options -
        times are specified as an integer event or a string timestamp
        time options are valid for all record types
        before: either created or revoked before timestamp
        after: either created or revoked after timestamp
        beforeEvent: either created or revoked before event id
        afterEvent: either created or revoked after event id
    
        - other versioning options-
        active: select by active status
        editor: record created or revoked by user
    
        - table-specific search options -
        use of these options will implicitly limit the search to applicable tables
        package: only for given package
        build: only for given build
        tag: only for given tag
        user: only affecting a given user
        permission: only relating to a given permission
        external_repo: only relateing to an external repo
        build_target: only relating to a build target
        group: only relating to a (comps) group
        cg: only relating to a content generator
        
         
  • queryRPMSigs(rpm_id=None, sigkey=None, queryOpts=None)
      Queries db for rpm signatures
    
        :param int rpm_id: rpm ID
        :param int sigkey: signature key hash
        :param queryOpts: query options used by the QueryProcessor.
    
        :returns: list of dicts (rpm_id, sigkey, sighash)
        
         
  • removeChannel(channel_name, force=False)
      Remove a channel
    
        Channel must have no hosts, unless force is set to True
        If a channel has associated tasks, it cannot be removed
        and an exception will be raised.
    
        Removing channel will remove also remove complete history
        for that channel.
        
         
  • removeExternalRepoFromTag(tag_info, repo_info)
      
            Remove an external repo from a tag
    
            :param tag_info: Tag name or ID number
            :param repo_info: External repository name or ID number
            :raises: GenericError if this external repo is not associated
                     with this tag.
            
         
  • removeHostFromChannel(hostname, channel_name)
      Remove the host from the specified channel
    
        :param str hostname: host name
        :param str channel_name: channel name
        
         
  • removeUserKrbPrincipal(user, krb_principal)
      remove a Kerberos principal for user
         
  • removeVolume(volume)
      Remove unused storage volume from the database
         
  • renameChannel(old, new)
      Rename a channel
         
  • repoDelete(repo_id)
      Attempt to mark repo deleted, return number of references
    
            If the number of references is nonzero, no change is made
            Does not remove from disk
         
  • repoExpire(repo_id)
      mark repo expired
         
  • repoInfo(repo_id, strict=False)
      Get repo information
    
        :param int repo_id: repo ID
        :param bool strict: raise an error on non-existent repo
    
        :returns: dict (id, state, create_event, creation_time, tag_id, tag_name,
                  dist)
        
         
  • repoProblem(repo_id)
      mark repo as broken
         
  • resetBuild(build)
      Reset a build so that it can be reimported
    
        WARNING: this function is highly destructive. use with care.
        nulls task_id
        sets state to CANCELED
        clears all referenced data in other tables, including buildroot and
            archive component tables
    
        after reset, only the build table entry is left
        
         
  • restartHosts(priority=5, options=None)
      Spawns restartHosts task
    
            :param int priority: task priority
            :param dict options: additional task arguments (see restartHosts task)
    
            :returns: task ID
            
         
  • resubmitTask(taskID)
      Retry a canceled or failed task, using the same parameter as the original task.
            The logged-in user must be the owner of the original task or an admin.
         
  • revokeCGAccess(user, cg)
      
        Revoke a user's access to act as the given content generator
    
        :param user: koji userid or username
        :type user: int or str
        :param cg: content generator id or name
        :type cg: int or str
        
         
  • revokePermission(userinfo, permission)
      Revoke a permission from a user
         
  • search(terms, type, matchType, queryOpts=None)
      Search for an item in the database matching "terms".
    
            :param str terms: Search for items in the database that match this
                              value.
            :param str type: What object type to search for. Must be one of
                             "package", "build", "tag", "target", "user", "host",
                             "rpm", "maven", or "win".
            :param str matchType: The type of search to perform:
                                  - If you specify "glob", Koji will treat "terms"
                                    as a case-insensitive glob.
                                  - If you specify "regexp", Koji will treat
                                    "terms" as a case-insensitive regular
                                    expression.
                                  - Any other value here will cause to Koji to
                                    search for an exact string match for "terms".
            :param dict queryOpts: Options to pass into the database query. Use
                                   this to limit or order the results of the
                                   search. For example: {'order': 'name'},
                                   or {'limit': 5, 'order': '-build_id'}, etc.
            :returns: A list of maps containing "id" and "name".  If no matches
                      are found, this method returns an empty list.
            
         
  • setBuildOwner(build, user)
      Sets owner of a build
    
            :param int|str|dict build: build ID, NVR or dict with name, version and release
            :param user: a str (Kerberos principal or name) or an int (user id)
                         or a dict:
                             - id: User's ID
                             - name: User's name
                             - krb_principal: Kerberos principal
    
            :returns: None
            
         
  • setBuildTimestamp(build, ts)
      Set the completion time for a build
    
            build should a valid nvr or build id
            ts should be # of seconds since epoch or optionally an
                xmlrpc DateTime value
         
  • setInheritanceData(tag, data, clear=False)
      
            Set inheritance relationships for a tag.
    
            This tag will be the "child" that inherits from a list of "parents".
    
            :param tag: The koji tag that will inherit from parent tags.
            :type tag: int or str
            :param list data: Inheritance rules to set for this child tag. This is
                              a list of rules (dicts) for parent tags and
                              priorities. If any rule dict in the list has a
                              special "delete link": True key and value, Koji will
                              remove this inheritance rule instead of adding it.
            :param bool clear: Wipe out all existing inheritance rules and only
                               apply the ones you submit here. If unspecified,
                               this defaults to False.
            
         
  • setTaskPriority(task_id, priority, recurse=True)
      Set task priority
         
  • sharedSession()
      Drop out of exclusive mode
         
  • showOpts()
      Returns hub options
         
  • showSession()
      
         
  • sslLogin(*args, **opts)
      
         
  • subsession()
      
         
  • system.listMethods()
      
         
  • system.methodHelp(method)
      
         
  • system.methodSignature(method)
      
         
  • tagBuild(tag, build, force=False, fromtag=None)
      Request that a build be tagged
    
            The force option will attempt to force the action in the event of:
                - tag locked
                - missing permission
                - package not in list for tag
                - policy violation
            The force option is really only effective for admins
    
            If fromtag is specified, this becomes a move operation.
    
            This call creates a task that was originally intended to perform more
            extensive checks, but never has. We're stuck with this task system until
            we're ready to break the api.
    
            The return value is the task id
            
         
  • tagBuildBypass(tag, build, force=False, notify=False)
      Tag a build without running post checks
    
            This is a short circuit function for imports.
            Admin or tag permission required.
    
            Tagging with a locked tag is not allowed unless force is true.
            Retagging is not allowed unless force is true. (retagging changes the order
            of entries will affect which build is the latest)
            
         
  • tagChangedSinceEvent(event, taglist)
      Report whether any changes since event affect any of the tags in list
    
        The function is used by the repo daemon to determine which of its repos
        are up to date.
    
        This function does not figure inheritance, the calling function should
        expand the taglist to include any desired inheritance.
    
        Returns: True or False
        
         
  • tagHistory(build=None, tag=None, package=None, active=None, queryOpts=None)
      Returns historical tag data
    
        package: only for given package
        build: only for given build
        tag: only for given tag
    
        Deprecated; will be removed in a future version
        See: https://pagure.io/koji/issue/836
        
         
  • taskFinished(taskId)
      Returns True if task is finished
    
            :param int task: id of task queried
    
            :returns bool: task not/finished
            
         
  • taskReport(owner=None)
      Return data on active or recent tasks
         
  • untagBuild(tag, build, strict=True, force=False)
      Untag a build
    
            Unlike tagBuild, this does not create a task
            No return value
         
  • untagBuildBypass(tag, build, strict=True, force=False, notify=False)
      Untag a build without any checks
    
            Admin and tag permission only. Intended for syncs/imports.
    
            Unlike tagBuild, this does not create a task
            No return value
         
  • untaggedBuilds(name=None, queryOpts=None)
      Returns the list of untagged builds
         
  • updateNotification(id, package_id, tag_id, success_only)
      Update an existing build notification with new data.  If the notification
            with the given ID doesn't exist, or the currently logged-in user is not the
            owner or the notification or an admin, raise a GenericError.
         
  • uploadFile(path, name, size, md5sum, offset, data, volume=None, checksum=None)
      upload file to the hub
    
            Files can be uploaded in chunks, if so the hash and size describe the
            chunk rather than the whole file.
    
            :param str path: the relative path to upload to
            :param str name: the name of the file
            :param int size: size of contents (bytes)
            :param checksum: MD5 hex digest (see md5sum) or a tuple (hash_type, digest) of contents
            :type checksum: str or tuple
            :param str data: base64 encoded file contents
            :param int offset: The offset indicates where the chunk belongs.
                               The special offset -1 is used to indicate the final
                               chunk.
            :param str md5sum: legacy param name of checksum. md5sum name is misleading,
                               but it is here for backwards compatibility
    
            :returns: True
            
         
  • winBuild(vm, url, target, opts=None, priority=None, channel='vm')
      
            Create a Windows build task
    
            vm: the name of the VM to run the build in
            url: The url to checkout the source from.  May be a CVS, SVN, or GIT repository.
            opts: task options
            target: the build target
            priority: the amount to increase (or decrease) the task priority, relative
                      to the default priority; higher values mean lower priority; only
                      admins have the right to specify a negative priority here
            channel: the channel to allocate the task to (defaults to the "vm" channel)
    
            Returns the task ID
            
         
  • winEnabled()
      Get status of windows support
         
  • wrapperRPM(build, url, target, priority=None, channel='maven', opts=None)
      Create a top-level wrapperRPM task
    
            build: The build to generate wrapper rpms for.  Must be in the COMPLETE state and have no
                   rpms already associated with it.
            url: SCM URL to a specfile fragment
            target: The build target to use when building the wrapper rpm.
                    The build_tag of the target will be used to populate the buildroot in which the
                    rpms are built.
            priority: the amount to increase (or decrease) the task priority, relative
                      to the default priority; higher values mean lower priority; only
                      admins have the right to specify a negative priority here
            channel: the channel to allocate the task to (defaults to the "maven" channel)
    
            returns the task ID
            
         
  • writeSignedRPM(an_rpm, sigkey, force=False)
      Write a signed copy of the rpm