rico.lin.guanyu at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 02:07:06 UTC 2019
On Wed, Dec 18, 2019 at 1:43 PM Lingxian Kong <anlin.kong at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 1. Maybe Gnocchi is good, but it's not part of OpenStack, currently
> there is no one in the Telemetry team shows any interest in maintaining
> it, I'd be very happy to see if there is someone raises hand and say: I
> commit to spend some time on this project, fixing bugs, maintaining
> document and answering questions either on IRC or via email. If yes, We
> will see how it goes in this dev cycle.
If Gnocchi can't provide documents and CI, also can't close the issue said
`Project is unmaintained`,
we should ask if anyone here volunteer to resolved that part. Anyone?:)
If you really care about Gnocchi+Telemetry, join the team please.
> 3. The Telemetry team did have discussed to bring the Ceilometer API and
> MongoDB support back, given neither Gnocchi nor Monasca is able to store
> the original samples. However, nothing is happening, so don't be panic.
>From my perspective, to bring back Ceilometer API and MongoDB as another
driver for Telemetry isn't a bad idea at all as long as other driver can
keep their tasks forward.
No one (at least I didn't see any one) mentioned about if some people in
start the effort on Ceilometer API and MongoDB, no others can keep their
effort on Gnocchi.
The one thing I'm interested on is how to tune the MongoDB performance with
How can you make Ceilometer API+MongoDB more robust?
So if any chances that's happening, will be create to provide related
Also the CI need to be there when we bring back Ceilometer API and MongoDB
Despite the detail is not yet develop here, I'm agree if that's a
> the current project core members are also the Telemetry service cloud
> providers, we know how important it is to not break anything, to not
> bring any more overhead than before. we are so glad to see this
I believe that's really important for you guys too:)
> discussion, at least there are still so many people using
> Ceilometer/Gnocchi and have concerns about the current upstream
> situation. It would be much better that people involved in this
> discussion could participate in the design and implementation of the
> future tasks.
Yes, the only way is to join the team, stand your ground, and involve in
In long term, IMO we need to have a ultimate solution for all. A standard
way so whatever
other tools or service is developing, on the other can use it too.
An tool/sdk/interface (and no need to build another service) to support
Or if there's better solution for it.
And what need to done if we would like that.
Will Telemetry and Monasca team interested on this?
I would like to propose we move that discussion somewhere else, like
in Monasca or Telemetry's team meeting?
Will ask if any TC can help to coordinate.
May The Force of OpenStack Be With You,
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