[openstack-dev] Regarding Designate install through Openstack-Ansible
sharma.swati6 at tcs.com
Tue Dec 8 08:26:29 UTC 2015
Hi Major, Jean, Jesse and Kevin,
Hope you are all doing well.
I have been interacting with you lately on openstack mailing lists and IRC chats regarding Designate component inclusion in Openstack-Ansible, so that its deployment can be made similar to other components.
As recommended, I have opened a spec also at : https://review.openstack.org/#/c/254161/ and uploaded the sample designate.yml file at https://github.com/prpandey26/Designate/blob/master/designate.yml#L3.
To proceed with the configuration and role setup, I have the following queries-
I believe for making the starting the initial setup, only conf.d and env.d needs to be altered.
In env.d, I edited the designate.yml file, then in conf.d, what host changes exactly I need to make for designate component?Jean suggested that "after making changes in env.d and conf.d, ansible will create the new entries for your component".
Do I have to run anything for this? At what location will the new entries be created? Is it with respect to the roles for designate automatically created?As a next step, I am planning to add role directories for de
signate component 'os-designate-yml' file in '/opt/openstack-ansible/playbooks' and a seperate roles directory for 'os-designate' at '/opt/openstack-ansible/playbooks/roles'. Can you please let me know if this has to be created by us or env.d and conf.d will directly created it?
I have not seen any document yet for the extra-containers to be added to openstack-ansible, however I checked only specs have been created for ironic, trove, etc.
Hence, any help from you regarding the steps in sequence will be highly appreciated.
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-----Major Hayden <major at mhtx.net> wrote: -----
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" <openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org>
From: Major Hayden <major at mhtx.net>
Date: 12/04/2015 06:53PM
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [openstack-ansible] Install Openstack-Ansible
On Fri, 2015-12-04 at 10:01 +0530, Sharma Swati6 wrote:
> To add a new container, we have followed the steps as mentioned in
> the extra_container.yml.example. Please find the sample designate.yml
> file attached and created as per the steps.
That's a good start. However, you'll need to sign up to be an
OpenStack developer (agreeing to some contracts and things so you can
commit this into the upstream repositories.
Once you do that, you'll want to assemble a spec for the changes you
want to make. A spec defines what you hope to accomplish and gives
everyone on the project a chance to review the steps you're planning to
take. You can look at a spec I wrote for ideas and then use the
openstack-ansible-specs template to begin working on your spec.
A spec isn't busywork -- it shows the intention of what you're trying
to do and allows other people on the project to point out areas of
concern and improvement.
> To add the new roles in openstack-ansible repository, shall I create
> the directory looking at what is there for keystone or other
> components and make the configuration changes only, or can I clone it
> from somewhere also?
There is a push lately to use independent role repositories, but I'm
not sure if that's a hard requirement at the moment. Jesse Pretorius
or Kevin Carter may be better people to talk about that in this thread.
Details on independent role repositories are in a spec as well.
> Thereafter, as suggested by you, I have to test this new container
> with the existing ones.
> I believe there is no such link available with such steps and 'how
> to' part for openstack-ansible. Please let me know if you/anyone else
> have already done this part to add a new component container
We can help you with this in IRC once you've completed the other steps
I've listed above. Join us on Freenode in #openstack-ansible and we
will be happy to help you along the way!
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