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    Question Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    Hello i am trying to build Kibana package on my S390x server. when i type `osc build` i get following error
    "s390x is not a valid arch for the repository SLE_12_SP1_Backports, use one of: x86_64"

    Though it's clear what is the error , i am not sure how can i resolve it ?

    I have checkout following :
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/security:logging/kibana

    thanks !!


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    Default Re: Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    So,
    Wondering why you would want the Kibana version from this repository.
    The most recent submit (4 mths) is older than the current Kibana download from elastic.co(<2 mths).

    If your purpose is as an end user to install the Elastic stack, you should download and install packages from elastic.co.

    If your purpose is some other development related to this repository, then I might understand your wish to ask questions about this repo (or might not. Maybe you should create your own from most current source?)

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    Default Re: Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    So,
    Wondering why you would want the Kibana version from this repository.
    The most recent submit (4 mths) is older than the current Kibana download from elastic.co(<2 mths).

    If your purpose is as an end user to install the Elastic stack, you should download and install packages from elastic.co.

    If your purpose is some other development related to this repository, then I might understand your wish to ask questions about this repo (or might not. Maybe you should create your own from most current source?)

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    well i have no choice but use this one only. Since i am not maintainer i can't update it.

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    Default Re: Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    On Tue 17 Jul 2018 11:46:03 AM CDT, jayssj11 wrote:

    tsu2;2873614 Wrote:
    > So,
    > Wondering why you would want the Kibana version from this repository.
    > The most recent submit (4 mths) is older than the current Kibana
    > download from elastic.co(<2 mths).
    >
    > If your purpose is as an end user to install the Elastic stack, you
    > should download and install packages from elastic.co.
    >
    > If your purpose is some other development related to this repository,
    > then I might understand your wish to ask questions about this repo (or
    > might not. Maybe you should create your own from most current source?)
    >
    > TSU


    well i have no choice but use this one only. Since i am not maintainer i
    can't update it.


    Hi
    Maintainer on OBS? Anyone can update a package existing on OBS,
    distribution, development and community... that's the whole point of
    the build service.... Now if it's 'accepted' by the maintainer is a
    different kettle of fish

    If you need to update, branch (bco) from the development repo update and
    submit....

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    Default Re: Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Anyone can update a package existing on OBS
    That's wrong if interpreted literally.
    that's the whole point of
    Everyone can branch package and use this copy. That's true. You can even submit your changes for inclusion into original package. But you cannot update another package unless you have appropriate permissions (effectively, are maintainer of it) and you depend on maintainer accepting your submission.

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    Default Re: Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    Quote Originally Posted by arvidjaar View Post
    That's wrong if interpreted literally.

    Everyone can branch package and use this copy. That's true. You can even submit your changes for inclusion into original package. But you cannot update another package unless you have appropriate permissions (effectively, are maintainer of it) and you depend on maintainer accepting your submission.
    Hi
    Which is what I eluded too? Perhaps to reword, anyone can prepare a package update (or maintenance update) and submit for acceptance by the maintainer(s).
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    Default Re: Trying to build Kibana for S390x

    Returning to my original post,
    Asking for more details about why you think you need a build from this repo.

    I'm not familiar with the X390x platform, but a quick read suggests that for this platform, IBM strongly encourages Users to deploy Linux, perhaps in isolated or virtual machines.
    If that's the case, I'd assume that it shouldn't be difficult to deploy a standard Kibana download from elastic.co since Kibana is a website technology.

    Without knowing exactly why, I'm a bit mystified why anyone would want to create a website technology in OBS...
    Typically website deployments are cross-platofrm (only requires support for the website technologies), and even if you wanted to customize it, an IDE or text editor supporting the necessary website technologies would be the best tool, not an ObS deployment.

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