In the mixer release number 5.9.1, mixer started signing the
version/formatXX/latest and version/latest_version files in all mixes.
Next version of swupd will start checking that file and printing
warnings if files aren't signed. So, if you maintain a downstream mix,
be sure to keep your system updated and use the last available version
of mixer to generate updates.
If you don't use the default mixer signing capability and you sign
manually all MoM manifests, you should also start signing the latest and
latest_version files. The same public certificate used to validate
Manifest.MoM is also going to be used by swupd to validate latest.sig
and latest_version.sig files.
For now, updates will not fail if latest or latest_version files aren't
signed. But this will be enforced as a next step, so make sure your mix
is compliant if you don't want to have future problems.
If you are using last version of mixer to build your mix you should be
fine, but if you want to check verify if files
version/formatXX/latest.sig and version/latest.sig are generated in your
update/www folder in your mix.
sddm has its own bundle for a while now and desktop-kde should be
including that instead of the isolated sddm package.
bundles/desktop-kde | 2 +-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/bundles/desktop-kde b/bundles/desktop-kde
index 824dc572..9e47b18b 100644
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ powerdevil
Thanks Arjan and William for the input.
Here I proposed a new bundle "computer-vision-openvino".
The key changes are:
1. Use the name "computer-vision-openvino" instead of "openvino-basic" to make it similar to how we did the machine
learning split outs.
2. Include the new "computer-vision-openvino" in "computer-vision-basic" to reduce content duplication.
3. Use "also-add" for "python-extras" since it is helpful but now necessary.
From d9fb46b4035cdc306b9845f68dd7de72f4547019 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Qi Zheng <qi.zheng(a)intel.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2019 13:46:33 +0800
Subject: [PATCH clr-bundles] Add computer-vision-openvino bundle
Also clean up the computer-vision-basic and
Signed-off-by: Qi Zheng <qi.zheng(a)intel.com>
bundles/computer-vision-basic | 9 ++-------
bundles/computer-vision-models | 3 ++-
bundles/computer-vision-openvino | 22 ++++++++++++++++++++++
3 files changed, 26 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 bundles/computer-vision-openvino
diff --git a/bundles/computer-vision-basic b/bundles/computer-vision-basic
index 8c1da17e..49b9db8c 100644
@@ -7,7 +7,8 @@
@@ -17,20 +18,14 @@ include(machine-learning-tensorflow)
# support packages
diff --git a/bundles/computer-vision-models b/bundles/computer-vision-models
index 04ae8ca7..453e04ed 100644
@@ -4,7 +4,8 @@
# [TAGS]: Developer Tools, Data Science
# [MAINTAINER]: Patrick McCarty <patrick.mccarty(a)intel.com>
diff --git a/bundles/computer-vision-openvino b/bundles/computer-vision-openvino
new file mode 100644
@@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
+# [TITLE]: computer-vision-openvino
+# [DESCRIPTION]: Basic openvino bundle for computer vision
+# [STATUS]: Active
+# [TAGS]: Developer Tools, Data Science, Python
+# [MAINTAINER]: Qi Zheng <qi.zheng(a)intel.com>
+# support packages
SSP->LSE->Clear Linux Engineering (Shanghai)
From: Douglas, William <william.douglas(a)intel.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 17, 2019 12:45 AM
To: Zheng, Qi <qi.zheng(a)intel.com>
Cc: Arjan van de Ven <arjan(a)linux.intel.com>; dev(a)lists.clearlinux.org
Subject: Re: [Clr-dev] [PATCH clr-bundles] Add openvino-basic bundle
The change is revertible still at this point but I guess I would like
to talk maybe a bit more about the ideas here while I do that. The
computer-vision-basic bundle has tensorflow, the
computer-vision-models, python-extras, python-data-science and
cloud-api bundles included in it. To me the bundle is a rich set of
features that enable computer-vision with intentionally selected
single providers of those features(python-extras seems perhaps a bit
too heavy though). The openvino bundle is only whatever features
openvino requires to do its subset of work without integrating other
features (container oriented). The two bundles are just different use
cases in this respect. Now computer-vision-basic should include
openvino-basic with this model.
Also I think numpy should be put into its own bundle. The package
pulls in about 100M and it is starting to show up in a number of
specific bundles (15 at this point). That said numpy itself is quite
small, it is the libraries it uses that are causing the bloat and I
haven't looked at how widely those libraries are being used. This is a
case of having things split finely being perhaps more helpful for
includes to really be most beneficial.
On Tue, Oct 15, 2019 at 6:28 PM Zheng, Qi <qi.zheng(a)intel.com> wrote:
> Sorry, my hands were too fast that I already pushed the commit before I saw your comments :)
> The reason I didn’t touch the computer-vision-basic was there were too many packages/bundles included in that bundle, such as cloud-api and machine-learning-tensorflow , ...
> I don’t know if the shrink of these packages could affect some existed projects/teams who already used "computer-vision-basic" bundle.
> But I do know these packages are not necessary for the openvino inference only scenarios.
> Shall we just move on for the openvino-basic bundle first?
> Once the function got verified in our clearlinux/openvino container application I can re-visit the computer-vision-basic bundle to see if any necessary shrink could take with feedback from other users.
> Best Regards
> SSP->LSE->Clear Linux Engineering (Shanghai)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arjan van de Ven <arjan(a)linux.intel.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 9:11 AM
> To: Zheng, Qi <qi.zheng(a)intel.com>; 'dev(a)lists.clearlinux.org' <dev(a)lists.clearlinux.org>
> Subject: Re: [Clr-dev] [PATCH clr-bundles] Add openvino-basic bundle
> On 10/15/2019 5:41 PM, Zheng, Qi wrote:
> > Any more opinion for this new proposed bundle "openvino-basic"?
> I still don't like it
> the whole point of computer-vision-basic was to provide openvino
> there is no other point
> so this feels really backwards ;(
> we should shrink computer-vision-basic instead if it contains things that are not needed
We are planning on upgrading rabbitmq-server from version 3.7.17 to
version 3.7.19 with the Monday release.
The 3.7.18 changelog has this compatibility note that users should be
made aware of:
This release contains a breaking change to the plugin API around queue
state access introduced in 3.7.17. Plugins that do not use that API
revision are not affected. All plugins that ship with RabbitMQ have been
updated as necessary.
If you are using any plugins using the noted API, please update them accordingly.
Sysprof is a system profiling utility which is integrated
in some core GNOME platform libraries (gtk, mutter, gjs).
This commit enables the usability of the sysprof UI for
capturing sysprof samples for later analysis.
Signed-off-by: Simental Magana, Marcos <marcos.simental.magana(a)intel.com>
bundles/sysprof | 17 +++++++++++++++++
packages.list | 5 +++--
2 files changed, 20 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 bundles/sysprof
diff --git a/bundles/sysprof b/bundles/sysprof
new file mode 100644
@@ -0,0 +1,17 @@
+# [TITLE]: sysprof
+# [DESCRIPTION]: Kernel based performance profiler
+# [STATUS]: Active
+# [TAGS]: Developer Tools
+# [MAINTAINER]: Simental Magana, Marcos <marcos.simental.magana(a)intel.com>
+# start of custom additions (edits outside this area will be removed automatically)
+# end of custom additions
+# main package
diff --git a/packages.list b/packages.list
index 0b3beb4a..d3ff7da2 100644
@@ -359,5 +359,6 @@ postfix # Mail transfer agent (MTA) that routes and delivers electronic mail. SM
samtools # C library for high-throughput sequencing data formats
sox # Audio file format and effects library
simplescreenrecorder # A feature-rich screen recorder that supports X11 and OpenGL.
-collectd # Daemon which collects system performance statistics periodically
-devhelp # API documentation browser for GNOME
+collectd # Daemon which collects system performance statistics periodically
+devhelp # API documentation browser for GNOME
+sysprof # Kernel based performance profiler