[openstack-dev] [magnum] Questions about Caas with Magnum
strigazi at gmail.com
Wed Nov 22 08:38:57 UTC 2017
I forgot to include the Pike release notes
On 22 November 2017 at 09:29, Spyros Trigazis <strigazi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Sergio,
> On 22 November 2017 at 03:31, Sergio Morales Acuña <semoac at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm using Openstack Ocata and trying Magnum.
>> I encountered a lot of problems but I been able to solved many of them.
> Which problems did you encounter? Can you be more specific? Can we solve them
> for everyone else?
>> Now I'm curious about some aspects of Magnum:
>> ¿Do I need a newer version of Magnum to run K8S 1.7? ¿Or I just need to
>> create a custom fedora-atomic-27? What about RBAC?
> Since Pike, magnum is running kubernetes in containers on fedora 26.
> In fedora atomic 27 kubernetes etcd and flannel are removed from the
> base image so running them in containers is the only way.
> For RBAC, you need 1.8 and with Pike you can get it. just by changing
> one parameter.
>> ¿Any one here using Magnum on daily basis? If yes, What version are you
> In our private cloud at CERN we have ~120 clusters with ~450 vms, we are running
> Pike and we use only the fedora atomic drivers.
> Vexxhost is running magnum:
>> ¿What driver is, in your opinion, better: Atomic or CoreOS? ¿Do I need to
>> upgrade Magnum to follow K8S's crazy changes?
> Atomic is maintained and supported much more than CoreOS in magnum.
> There wasn't much interest from developers for CoreOS.
>> ¿Any tips on the CaaS problem?¿It's Magnum Ocata too old for this world?
> Magnum Ocata is not too old but it will eventually be since it misses the
> capability of running kubernetes on containers. Pike allows this option and can
> keep up with kubernetes easily.
>> ¿Where I can found updated articles about the state of Magnum and it's
> I did the project update presentation for magnum at the Sydney summit.
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