[openstack-dev] [sahara] Sahara-CI comes alive

Jeremy Freudberg jeremyfreudberg at gmail.com
Thu Jul 27 13:20:58 UTC 2017

Hi Evgeny,

First, it is good to know even with only 50GB RAM and 20VCPU, Sahara
CI can still be deployed.
Actually, that is just the default quota on our cloud and we might be
able to increase it more.

However, that cloud is actually having some storage/disk issues
(failed writes...), so it's probably not a good idea to rush into
deployment right now - sorry.

I am definitely in favor of refactoring and automation! Preparing for
the future is always good.

There are still some internal talks about new dedicated resources
(arising from cooperation between my university and Red Hat) for
Sahara CI. If, hopefully, we get some good news out of that
discussion, automation makes even more sense: we can work on
automation during the time that we are waiting.

On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 3:44 AM, Evgeny Sikachov <esikachov at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey, guys!
> Unfortunately today I need to skip the meeting. But I have a question for
> discussion.
> Jeremy helped me with resources for Sahara-CI(a lot of thanks again!). And
> now we have around of 50GB RAM and 20VCPUs. This is enough to implement
> basic sahara-ci.
> In https://github.com/openstack/sahara-ci-config we have scripts for
> deploying but these scripts not fully automated. For deployment, I will need
> around 4 hours.
> My questions:
> Option 1:
> Do we need to deploy sahara-ci right now or we can refactor scripts for more
> convenient deployment/migration? Refactoring task can take 2 weeks.
> Option 2:
> I can deploy sahara-ci now in basic configuration, but if we got a crashing
> of infrastructure I will need to redeploy it manually again
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