[openstack-dev] [nova] fair standards for all hypervisor drivers
kchamart at redhat.com
Tue Aug 12 19:40:46 UTC 2014
On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 08:05:26AM -0400, Russell Bryant wrote:
> On 08/11/2014 07:58 AM, Russell Bryant wrote:
> > On 08/11/2014 05:53 AM, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> >> There is work to add support for this in devestack already which I
> >> prefer since it makes it easy for developers to get an environment
> >> which matches the build system:
> >> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/108714/
> > Ah, cool. Devstack is indeed a better place to put the build scripting.
> > So, I think we should:
> > 1) Get the above patch working, and then merged.
> > 2) Get an experimental job going to use the above while we work on #3
> > 3) Before the job can move into the check queue and potentially become
> > voting, it needs to not rely on downloading the source on every run.
> > IIRC, we can have nodepool build an image to use for these jobs that
> > includes the bits already installed.
> > I'll switch my efforts over to helping get the above completed.
> I still think the devstack patch is good, but after some more thought, I
> think a better long term CI job setup would just be a fedora image with
> the virt-preview repo.
So, effectively, you're trying to add a minimal Fedora image w/
virt-preview repo (as part of some post-install kickstart script). If
so, where would the image be stored? I'm asking because, previously Sean
Dague mentioned of mirroring issues (which later turned out to be
intermittent network issues with OpenStack infra cloud providers) of
Fedora images, and floated an idea whether an updated image can be
stored on tarballs.openstack.org, like how Trove does. But, OpenStack
infra folks (fungi) raised some valid points on why not do that.
IIUC, if you intend to run tests w/ this CI job with this new image,
there has to be a mechanism in place to ensure the cached copy (on
tarballs.o.o) is updated.
If I misunderstood what you said, please correct me.
> I think I'll try that ...
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