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Builder-web - a web frontend for reproducible builds
Builder-web takes in submissions of builds, typically from builder, and displays the produced artifacts in a way that makes it easy to compare checksums and build status. Produced binaries can be downloaded and executed. builds.robur.coop itself runs builder-web.
Builder-web is a single binary web server using a sqlite3 database with versioned schemas. Finished builds from builder are uploaded to builder-web, stored and indexed in the database and presented in the web interface to the user. Users can:
- Get an overview of jobs - a job is typically script or opam package that is run and builds an artifact,
- Browse all builds of a job - each job may have multiple builds, that are executed periodically by builder
- Browse individual build and download artifacts and build information for reproducing the same binary.
- Compare two builds, observing the differences in used opam packages, environment variables, and system packages.
- Search for the SHA-256 hash of a binary to view a build that resulted in that binary.
Installing from source can be done with opam:
opam install builder-web.
We also provide reproducible binary packages.
Builder-web consists of a binary
builder-web that runs a web server on port 3000 listening on all interfaces by default.
These values can be changed with the
--host flags respectively.
builder-web --help for more information.
Service scripts for FreeBSD and systemd are provided.
The web server expects a sqlite3 database in its data directory.
An empty database can be created with
The sqlite3 database builder-web uses contains versioning information.
On every schema change the database schema version is updated, and migration and rollback scripts are provided.
The tool for database migrations is
builder-migrations --help output for each migration for further details.
Less common workflows
Here are listed some less common but useful workflows:
Extracting builds from one server to another
This is useful for development on a separate machine that doesn't run the build jobs itself.
On the source server:
builder-db extract-build <build-hash> --dest <build-hash>.full
After copying the file over the destination server (you need a user first,
builder-db user-add --help):
curl --data-binary @<build-hash>.full http://<user>:<passwd>@localhost:<builder-web-port>/upload