[TripleO][Validations] Tag convention

Emilien Macchi emilien at redhat.com
Tue May 7 16:08:56 UTC 2019


On Tue, May 7, 2019 at 4:44 PM C├ędric Jeanneret <cjeanner at redhat.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> We're currently working hard in order to provide a nice way to run
> validations within a deploy (aka in-flight validations).
>
> We can already call validations provided by the tripleo-validations
> package[1], it's working just fine.
>
> Now comes the question: "how can we disable the validations?". In order
> to do that, we propose to use a standard tag in the ansible
> roles/playbooks, and to add a "--skip-tags <tag>" when we disable the
> validations via the CLI or configuration.
>
> After a quick check in the tripleoclient code, there apparently is a tag
> named "validation", that can already be skipped from within the client.
>
> So, our questions:
> - would the reuse of "validation" be OK?
> - if not, what tag would be best in order to avoid confusion?
>
> We also have the idea to allow to disable validations per service. For
> this, we propose to introduce the following tag:
> - validation-<service>, like "validation-nova", "validation-neutron" and
> so on
>
> What do you think about those two additions?
>

Such as variables, I think we should prefix all our variables and tags with
tripleo_ or something, to differentiate them from any other playbooks our
operators could run.
I would rather use "tripleo_validations" and "tripleo_validation_nova"
maybe.

Wdyt?
-- 
Emilien Macchi
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