[openstack-dev] [TripleO] Proposal for quickstart devmode replacement

Wesley Hayutin whayutin at redhat.com
Mon Mar 12 20:04:01 UTC 2018

On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 2:18 PM, Gabriele Cerami <gcerami at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> we recently changed our set of scripts to uniform the users workflow
> with the CI workflow.
> One of the results of this change was the reproducer script, that is now
> the official way to spawn a live environment to debug a set of changes.
> One of the negative results of this changes was the deprecation of
> devmode. How to spawn a live environment with no set of changes as a
> base ?
> We are trying to fill this gap with this proposal
> https://review.openstack.org/548005
> The well-known quickstart.sh script called with the proper set of
> arguments will use the reproducer script, but with a set of option that
> will not actually use any upstream change to test.
> For example, the command
> quickstart.sh --generate-reproducer --jobtype ovb-1ctlr_1comp_1ceph-featureset024
> --credentials-file myrdocreds.sh
> Will spawn a live environment with the exact set of features described
> in the job periodic-tripleo-ci-ovb-1ctlr_1comp_1ceph-featureset024
> Other combinations that don't follow upstream jobs configurations are
> possible by modifying environment variables, but are not our primary
> focus at the moment.
> We are trying to gather as much feedback as possible to make this
> proposal a worthy successor of the devmode script, so please point out
> what of the old functionality you think is missing, and what new would
> you really like to see in it.
> Thanks.
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Many folks in the community have requested this feature, so looking for
feedback please.

Basically it's taking the tooling found in
and allowing you to create a plain old vanilla deployment for your

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