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docker-runc-1.0.0rc4+gitr3338_3f2f8b84a77f-lp150.4.2 RPM for ppc64le

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Name: docker-runc Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 1.0.0rc4+gitr3338_3f2f8b84a77f Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.4.2 Build date: Thu May 17 06:45:29 2018
Group: System/Management Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 7697685 Source RPM: docker-runc-1.0.0rc4+gitr3338_3f2f8b84a77f-lp150.4.2.src.rpm
Summary: Tool for spawning and running OCI containers
runc is a CLI tool for spawning and running containers according to the OCI
specification. It is designed to be as minimal as possible, and is the workhorse
of Docker. It was originally designed to be a replacement for LXC within Docker,
and has grown to become a separate project entirely.






* Thu Feb 01 2018
  - do not build on s390, only on s390x (no go on s390)
* Wed Dec 27 2017
  - Fix build with RPM 4.14: exclude is not meant for files to NOT be
    packaged, but should only be used if the files are to be excluded
    from a glob when they end up in a different package. Rather
    remove the unwanted files in the install section.
* Mon Dec 11 2017
  - Update to docker-runc 0351df1c5a66838d0c392b4ac4cf9450de844e2d requirement
    for Docker v17.09.1-ce. This also includes a switch to the upstream
    opencontainers sources.
* Mon Oct 16 2017
  - Drop backport of bsc#1055676
    It's going to be fixed in Docker instead.
    - bsc1055676-0001-rootfs-preserve-old-mount-flags-when-remounting-bind.patch
* Mon Oct 09 2017
  - Update to docker-runc 2d41c047c83e09a6d61d464906feb2a2f3c52aa4, which is
    required for Docker v17.07-ce.
  - Add backport of bsc#1055676
    + bsc1055676-0001-rootfs-preserve-old-mount-flags-when-remounting-bind.patch
  - Remove fix for CVE-2016-9962, as the patches are now included in the upstream
    source. bsc#1012568
    - CVE-2016-9962.patch
* Tue Sep 05 2017
  - Update bsc1053532-0001-makefile-drop-usage-of-install.patch
    + replace missing target "all" with "runc"
* Sun Aug 13 2017
  - Use the upstream Makefile, to ensure that we always include the version and
    commit information in runc. This was confusing users (and Docker).
  - Add a backported patch to fix a Makefile bug. This also includes some other
    changes to make the docker-runc.spec mirror the newer runc.spec (which
    required additional patching to the Makefile).
    + bsc1053532-0001-makefile-drop-usage-of-install.patch
* Wed Aug 02 2017
  - Use -buildmode=pie for tests and binary build. bsc#1048046 bsc#1051429
  - Cleanup seccomp builds similar to bsc#1028638
  - Remove the usage of 'cp -r' to reduce noise in the build logs.
* Thu Jul 13 2017
  - Remove empty %post
  - Use Obsoletes instead of Conflicts
* Thu Jul 06 2017
  - rename runc to docker-runc (bsc#1069758)
* Thu May 04 2017
  - fix the golang requirement to 1.7 to the subpackages
* Tue May 02 2017
  - fix golang requirement to 1.7
* Fri Apr 28 2017
  - Substitute %__-type macro indirections
* Thu Apr 13 2017
  - update version to the one required by docker-17.04.0-ce (bsc#1034053)
    remove ignore_cgroup2_mountpoint.patch . This is already included in
    the upstream source code.
* Wed Apr 12 2017
  - Make sure this is being built with go 1.7
* Tue Apr 11 2017
  - remove the go_arches macro because we are using go1.7 which
    is available in all archs
* Wed Mar 29 2017
  - fix bsc#1028113 - runc: make sure to ignore cgroup v2 mountpoints
    This is a backport of
    + ignore_cgroup2_mountpoint.patch
* Fri Feb 24 2017
  - update to docker-1.13.0 requirement
* Fri Jan 13 2017
  - fix CVE-2016-9962 bsc#1012568 and applying the patch
    CVE-2016-9962.patch, because 1.12.6 partially fixes it (it contains
    the first patch attached in bsc#1012568)
* Mon Dec 19 2016
  - update runc to the version used in docker 1.12.5 (bsc#1016307).
    This fixes bsc#1015661
* Mon Dec 19 2016
  - For the moment, we have to switch to using Docker's fork of runC. This *will*
    be solved properly by creating a new package purely for Docker's runC fork,
    because it's quite silly to tie OCI project releases to Docker's vendoring
    scheme. Once this is fixed, this package will be switch to being purely-OCI.
* Fri Dec 16 2016
  - add the /usr/bin/docker-run symlink to partially fix bsc#1015661
* Thu Nov 24 2016
  - fix version by adding a revision "counter" so that it will always
    fix bsc#1009961
* Thu Oct 13 2016
  - update to 02f8fa7 because that is the needed version for docker 1.12.1 (bsc#1004490)
* Wed Sep 21 2016
  - Run fdupes.
* Mon Sep 19 2016
  - fix go_arches definition: use global instead of define, otherwise
    it fails to build
* Fri Aug 26 2016
  - Remove docker-runc symlink because it's been fixed within the Docker
    package. bsc#978260
* Thu Aug 25 2016
  - Create a symlink /usr/sbin/docker-runc -> /usr/sbin/docker
    Docker expects this symlink to exist bsc#978260
* Thu Aug 25 2016
  - Remove GOPATH at the end of the GOPATH assignment
    cause GOPATH is empty and if we do that, we get the path ""
    appended, which causes gcc6-go to complain
* Wed Aug 24 2016
  - add go_arches in project configuration: this way, we can use the
    same spec file but decide in the project configuration if to
    use gc-go or gcc-go for some archs.
* Thu Aug 18 2016
  - use gcc6-go instead of gcc5-go (bsc#988408)
  - build ppc64le with gc-go because this version builds with gc-go 1.6
* Thu Aug 18 2016
  - bump git commit id to the one required by docker v1.12.0 (bsc#995058)
  - run unit tests during package build
  - remove seccomp-use-pkg-config.patch
    The patch is now upstream.
  - remove GO_BUILD_FLAGS macro and substitute with BUILDFLAGS env variable to
    allow for easier string appending.
  - only run unit test on architectures that provide the go list and go test tools
* Wed Aug 17 2016
  - Add runc-test package which contains the source code and the test. This
    package will be used to run the integration tests.
  - Simplify package build and check sections: Instead of symlinking we default to
    cp -avr. go list gets confused by symlinks hence, we need to copy the source
    code anyway if we want to run unit tests during package build at some point.
* Fri Apr 29 2016
  * Update to runC 0.1.1. (bsc#989566 FATE#320763) Changelog from upstream:
    This release includes a bug fix for adding the selinux mount label in the specification.
* Tue Apr 19 2016
  * Don't use gcc-go for aarch64, since gc has grown support for it and is more
* Fri Apr 15 2016
  * Disable seccomp entirely for aarch64 builds, since it is not provided on all
    SUSE platforms.
* Wed Apr 13 2016
  * Update to runC 0.1.0. Changelog from upstream:
    This release updates runc to the OCI runtime specification v0.5.0 and includes
    various fixes and features.
    + cgroups: pid limits and stats
    + cgroups: kmem stats
    + systemd cgroup support
    + libcontainer specconv package
    + no pivot root option
    + numeric ids are treated as uid/gid
    + hook improvements
    Bug Fixes:
    * log flushing
    * atomic pid file creation
    * init error recovery
    * seccomp logging removed
    * delete container on aborted start
    * /dev bind mount handling
* Wed Mar 30 2016
  * Install to /usr/sbin.
* Sun Mar 27 2016
  * Added runC man pages.
    * Recommended criu, since it's required for the checkpoint and restore
* Sun Mar 27 2016
  * Small updates to method of compilation to better match Makefile.
* Mon Mar 21 2016
  * Make compilation work on gcc-go only systems (ppc and s390).
* Mon Mar 21 2016
  * initial import of runC 0.0.9
    * add patch seccomp-use-pkg-config.patch which allows us to build runC, since
    they assume that the seccomp.h file lives at /usr/include/seccomp.h.



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