ignaziocassano at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 16:33:53 UTC 2021
Sorry: "some issues" not "same issues"
Il Lun 30 Ago 2021, 18:31 Ignazio Cassano <ignaziocassano at gmail.com> ha
> Hello Sean, I am agree to use a testing environment before running on
> I wonder if kolla detects the presence of new images and makes all needed
> steps for stopping containers and restarting from new images.
> I am new on docker.
> I am asking because in my last update I got same issues in hacluster and
> I solved stopping, remove related containers and volumes and deploying
> Il Lun 30 Ago 2021, 18:19 Sean Mooney <smooney at redhat.com> ha scritto:
>> On Mon, 2021-08-30 at 17:46 +0200, Ignazio Cassano wrote:
>> > Hello, I would like to ask if the procedure I am using for update my
>> > wallaby is correct.
>> > Every week new images are released so I execute the following steps:
>> > 1. Pull new images on my local registry
>> > 2 pull new images from my local registry to controllers and compute
>> > 3 kolla-ansible deploy
>> > Are the above steps the correct way or I missed something?
>> > Must I clean something before deploying ?
>> > Thanks
>> that is more or less what i have seen recommended in the past yes.
>> you cna use deploy or reconfigure.
>> in generall kolla-ansible upgrade is not needed unless you are doing a
>> major version bump
>> so in your case pulling the images then running deploy should simply
>> replace the containers.
>> one thing you are proably missing is removing unused un tagged images
>> form the nodes.
>> e.g. you will want to perodically remove the old images so that they
>> disks dont fill up.
>> you also proably want to add a staging step between 1 and 2 wheere you
>> test thsi on a small test env first just to make sure there
>> are no surpriese before pushing to production.
>> > Ignazio
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