[openstack-dev] [Magnum] Docker Swarm Mode Support
vahric at doruk.net.tr
Wed Nov 1 20:47:37 UTC 2017
Hello Ricardo ,
Thanks for your explanation and answers.
One more question, what is the possibility to keep using Newton (right now i have it) and use latest Magnum features like swarm mode without upgrade Openstack ? Does it possible ?
On 30.10.2017 01:19, "Ricardo Rocha" <rocha.porto at gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Oct 27, 2017 at 9:51 PM, Vahric MUHTARYAN <vahric at doruk.net.tr> wrote:
> Hello All ,
> I found some blueprint about supporting Docker Swarm Mode
> I understood that related development is not over yet and no any Openstack
> version or Magnum version to test it also looks like some more thing to do.
> Could you pls inform when we should expect support of Docker Swarm Mode ?
Swarm mode is already available in Pike:
> Another question is fedora atomic is good but looks like its not up2date for
> docker , instead of use Fedora Atomic , why you do not use Ubuntu, or some
> other OS and directly install docker with requested version ?
Atomic also has advantages (immutable, etc), it's working well for us
at CERN. There are also Suse and CoreOS drivers, but i'm not familiar
Most pieces have moved to Atomic system containers, including all
kubernetes components so the versions are decouple from the Atomic
We've also deployed locally a patch running docker itself in a system
container, this will get upstream with:
With this we allow our users to deploy clusters with any docker
version (selectable with a label), currently up to 17.09.
> And last, to help to over waiting items “Next working items: ” how we could
> help ?
I'll let Spyros reply to this and give you more info on the above items too.
> Vahric Muhtaryan
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