[openstack-dev] Disk space requirement - any way to lower it a little?
pabelanger at redhat.com
Thu Jul 19 16:55:04 UTC 2018
On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 05:30:27PM +0200, Cédric Jeanneret wrote:
> While trying to get a new validation¹ in the undercloud preflight
> checks, I hit an (not so) unexpected issue with the CI:
> it doesn't provide flavors with the minimal requirements, at least
> regarding the disk space.
> A quick-fix is to disable the validations in the CI - Wes has already
> pushed a patch for that in the upstream CI:
> We can consider this as a quick'n'temporary fix².
> The issue is on the RDO CI: apparently, they provide instances with
> "only" 55G of free space, making the checks fail:
> So, the question is: would it be possible to lower the requirment to,
> let's say, 50G? Where does that 60G³ come from?
> Thanks for your help/feedback.
> ¹ https://review.openstack.org/#/c/582917/
> ² as you might know, there's a BP for a unified validation framework,
> and it will allow to get injected configuration in CI env in order to
> lower the requirements if necessary:
Keep in mind, upstream we don't really have control over partitions of nodes, in
some case it is a single, other multiple. I'd suggest looking more at:
As for downstream RDO, the same is going to apply once we start adding more
cloud providers. I would look to see if you actually need that much space for
deployments, and make try to mock the testing of that logic.
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