[openstack-dev] [TripleO] a new Undercloud install driven by Heat

Ryan Hallisey rhallise at redhat.com
Sun Aug 7 23:59:55 UTC 2016


There are a few additional items needed here before you can use the container work
from tht in the undercloud.

First, we deploy on Atomic.  Atomic already has docker started when it boots. We can't
use Atomic for the undercloud because there is no yum to install the clients.  The clients
would have to be in another container. Instead of using Atomic, Docker could be setup and
configured by a script before the deployment. Second, you need to build the images locally
and push them to a local Docker registry. Therefore, there needs to be additional bits
that configure and set up the registry followed by cloning Kolla and building the
container images.  Lastly, configs are generated using puppet tags. I'm not sure every
service has a <service>_config tag in the puppet scripts currently.


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From: "Dan Prince" <dprince at redhat.com>
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Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [TripleO] a new Undercloud install driven by Heat

Lastly, there is container work ongoing for the Overcloud. Again, I'd
like to see us adopt a format that would allow it to be used in the
Undercloud as well as opposed to having to re-implement features in the
Over and Under clouds all the time.

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