[openstack-dev] [TripleO] icehouse-1 test disk images setup
james.slagle at gmail.com
Tue Jan 28 22:33:15 UTC 2014
Sorry to revive an old thread, but I've updated these images based on
the icehouse-2 milestone.
I've updated the instructions with the new download links:
To reiterate, the point here is to give people an easier on ramp to
getting a tripleo setup. This is especially important as more
developers start to get involved with Tuskar in particular. There is
definitely a lot of value in going through the whole devtest process
yourself, but it can be a bit daunting initially, and since this
eliminates the image building step with pre-built images, I think
there's less that can go wrong.
Given Clint's earlier feedback, I could see working the seed vm back
into these steps and getting the config drive setup into incubator so
that everyone that goes through devtest doesn't have to have a custom
seed. Then giving folks the option to use prebuilt vm images vs
building from scratch. Also, given the pending patches around an all
in one Overcloud, we could work the seed back into this, and still be
at just 3 vm's.
Any other feedback welcome.
On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 11:50 AM, James Slagle <james.slagle at gmail.com> wrote:
> I built some vm image files for testing with TripleO based off of the
> icehouse-1 milestone tarballs for Fedora and Ubuntu. If folks are
> interested in giving them a try you can find a set of instructions and
> how to download the images at:
> The steps are similar to the devtest process, but you use the prebuilt
> vm images for the undercloud and overcloud and don't need a seed vm.
> When the undercloud vm is started it uses the OpenStack Configuration
> Drive as a data source for cloud-init. This eliminates some of the
> manual configuration that would otherwise be needed. To that end, the
> steps currently use some different git repos for some of the tripleo
> tooling since not all of that functionality is upstream yet. I can
> submit those upstream, but they didn't make a whole lot of sense
> without the background, so I wanted to provide that first.
> At the very least, this could be an easier way for developers to get
> setup with tripleo to do a test overcloud deployment to develop on
> things like Tuskar.
> -- James Slagle
-- James Slagle
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