[openstack-dev] [Nova] [Infra] Support for PCI Passthrough

yongli he yongli.he at intel.com
Thu Nov 28 08:39:17 UTC 2013

On 2013年11月27日 23:43, Jeremy Stanley wrote:
> On 2013-11-27 11:18:46 +0800 (+0800), yongli he wrote:
> [...]
>> if you post -1, you should post testing log somewhere for people
>> to debug it, so does third party testing can post testing log to
>> the infra log server?
> Not at the moment--the "infra log server" is just an Apache
> name-based virtual host on the static.openstack.org VM using
> mod_autoindex to serve log files out of the DocumentRoot (plus a
> custom filter CGI Sean Dague wrote recently), and our Jenkins has a
> shell account it can use to SCP files onto it. We can't really scale
> that access control particularly safely to accommodate third
> parties, nor do we have an unlimited amount of space on that machine
> (we currently only preserve 6 months of test logs, and even
> compressing the limit on how much Cinder block storage we can attach
> to the VM is coming into sight).
> There has been recent discussion about designing a more scalable
> build/test artifact publication system backed by Swift object
> storage, and suggestion that once it's working we might consider
> support for handing out authorization to third-party-specific
> containers for the purpose you describe. Until we have developed
> something like that, however, you'll need to provide your own place
this need appoved by my supervisor or IT, i can not do anything about this.
does any one hear of any free space can host such thing?

Yongli He
> to publish your logs (something like we use--bog standard Apache on
> a public VM--should work fine I'd think?).

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