[openstack-dev] [ironic-staging-drivers] Tests at the gates

Vladyslav Drok vdrok at mirantis.com
Thu Apr 21 10:08:48 UTC 2016

It seems that all the drivers' dependencies currently present in ironic
tree can be installed
from binary packages, so maybe we could make use of bindep. But what if
some driver
will require addition of some custom repository, it will have to go
directly to plugin.sh?
Also, after e.g. gate switch to ubuntu 16.04, some of packages may break
(e.g. pywsman
states that it has been tested only on ubuntu 14.04), we should disable
those broken
drivers and require maintainers to fix things, is there any time frame set
for this?

On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 11:26 AM, Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse.com> wrote:

> On 2016-04-21 10:20, Vasyl Saienko wrote:
> > Hello Andreas,
> >
> > Thanks for comment, I didn't know about other-requirements.
> >
> > There is a tool 'bindep' [0] that allows to parse other-requirements.txt
> > It is possible to mix python/system dependencies in single
> > other-requirements.txt. But mixing packages from different distros are
> > not supported.
> other-requirements.txt only handles binary distro packages, you can mix
> different distros.
> > Also it doesn't allow to install dependencies from sources. I'm not sure
> > that it is what we need.
> Then, please name what you do differently to avoid confusion.
> > I would prefer to have shell script that is maintained by driver's owner
> > and provides complete freedom in configuration.
> Do you really need that?
> Andreas
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