The csw-upload-pkg utility is used to upload packages to OpenCSW catalogs. By default, it uploads your packages to the unstable catalog. The utility must be run on the login host.
maciej@login [login]:~ > csw-upload-pkg Usage: csw-upload-pkg [ options ] <file1.pkg.gz> [ <file2.pkg.gz> [ ... ] ] (..help message...)
Make sure you upload both Intel and SPARC packages in a single call to csw-upload-pkg.
Once your packages are sent, you can verify the state of the checkpkg database by visiting the web frontend of the checkpkg database  and inspecting the catalogs you expect your package to be.
The opencsw-future tree  on the mirror host is updated a couple times per day. Your uploaded packages will appear there eventually.
In case of problems with the tool, please re-run the tool in debug mode (--debug) and send full output to maintainers@.
What happens when you upload a package using csw-upload-pkg, these things happen:
- It alerts in certain conditions, e.g. a present i386 file but missing sparc file, or an UNCOMMITTED tag
- if not yet there, csw-upload-pkg sends a POST request with package data
- Depending on the given file set and catalog contents, 5.9 packages may or may not be inserted into 5.10 and 5.11 catalogs
web zone runs a cron job which wakes up every 3h and performs a set of tasks. It generates a new unstable catalog from the database, and pushes it to the master mirror.
http://lists.opencsw.org/pipermail/maintainers/2013-July/018220.html mailing list discussion
Automated, runs once a day. Reports are at http://buildfarm.opencsw.org/package-promotions/promote-packages.html
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