EOL day SOP
This document outlines the procedure for performing end-of-life (EOL) activities.
Close open bugs using the
For example, to close Fedora Linux 37 bugs:
./fedora_bz.py eolclose 37
The script will read the EOL date from Bodhi, or you can override it, e.g.
./fedora_bz.py eolclose --date=2023-12-05 37.
You can re-run the script to verify that all bugs are closed (it should change 0 bugs).
|This script will take a while to run. Execute it from a machine with stable power and networking. If it dies, you can re-run it and it should pick up where it left off.
The script closes all "Fedora" and "Fedora Container Images" bugs for the EOL release which are still open, unless they have the Tracking keyword. This Bugzilla query is similar to the one it uses (if you want to examine the list before running the script).
Adjust the wording of the Fedora product in Bugzilla to reflect the EOL.
Bugs related to the components of the Fedora distribution. If you are reporting a bug against a stable release or a branched pre-release version, please select that version number. The currently maintained released versions are: Fedora N-1, Fedora N. If you have a bug to report against the daily development tree (rawhide), please choose 'rawhide' as the version. For more information about filing a bug against Fedora packages, see https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/quick-docs/howto-file-a-bug/
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