In trying to define a new Dockerfile template for building service-checker images—see parent tasks for why this is needed—I discovered that there is no Debian package for it in our stretch repo. We'd greatly appreciate Ops uploading a stretch version of the service-checker package.
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That's great. Thanks! In case this isn't one of the issues you've already noticed, there seemed to be a missing dependency on python-pkg-resources when I tested installation of the python-service-checker package on jessie.
Package uploaded! Since it's a native package I 've had to bump the version number to 0.1.4 in order to successfully import it to reprepro for stretch. Code remains the same, no functional changes.
Nope, can't say I 've had that. I tested installing it and doing some basic runs, no problems met.