[openstack-dev] [tripleo] A sneak peek to TripleO + Containers

Flavio Percoco flavio at redhat.com
Mon Feb 13 10:55:35 UTC 2017

On 13/02/17 11:46 +0100, Flavio Percoco wrote:
>I've been playing with a self-installing container for the containerized TripleO
>undercloud and I thought I'd share some of the progress we've made so far.
>This is definitely not at its final, ideal, state but I wanted to provide a
>sneak peek to what is coming and what the updates/content of the
>TripleO+Containers sessions will be next week at the PTG.
>The image[0] shows the output of[1] after running the containerized composable
>undercloud deployment using a self-installing container[2]. Again, this is not
>stable and it still needs work. You can see in the screenshot that one of the
>neutron's agent failed and from the repo[3] that I'm using the scripts we've
>been using for development instead of using oooq or something like that. One
>interesting thing is that running[2] will leave you with an almost entirely
>clean host. It still writes some stuff in `/var/lib` and `/etc/puppet` but that
>can be improved for sure.
>Anyway, after all the disclaimers, I hope you'll be able to appreciate the
>progress we've made. Dan Prince has been able to deploy an overcloud on top of
>the containerized undercloud already, which is great news.
>[0] http://imgur.com/a/Mol28
>[1] docker ps -a --filter label=managed_by=docker-cmd
>[2] docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -ti flaper87/tripleo-undercloud-init-container
>[3] https://github.com/flaper87/tripleo-undercloud-init-container

I should have mentioned that this also requires installing openvswitch and NTP
in the host. Again, things we're working on and that can be fixed but


Flavio Percoco
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