[Openstack] [OpenStack][Kolla]Choose binary or source
emccormick at cirrusseven.com
Mon Jun 18 03:35:13 UTC 2018
On Sun, Jun 17, 2018, 10:47 PM Ray Sun <xiaoquqi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your reply.
> I just consider one senario: if I deployed use source, if source is
> updated, do I need to rebuild the docker image and do an update? Or is
> there any better way?
> Best Regards
> -- Ray
If you want the updates, then build new containers with new tags and run
the upgrade playbook. You can do this even just for one project.
The process is the same for binary or source. If you want updates, build
new containers with newer tags. You don't upgrade the already-running
containers in place.
> On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 10:22 AM Erik McCormick <
> emccormick at cirrusseven.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, Jun 17, 2018, 8:46 PM Ray Sun <xiaoquqi at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I have several questions for using kolla deployment in production:
>> 1. Binary or source? Which one is mostly used in production
>> I've heard a lot more reports from people running source, but this is
>> 2. Which one is easy to operation, like updating..
>> IMHO source is better for updates. With binary you sit around waiting for
>> packages to decide a patch or stable milestone is worthy of dropping new
>> packages. With source you can get things when they hit stable branches
>> upstream. I did exactly one binary deployment, waited forever for a patch I
>> needed, and swore off doing it that way forever more.
>> Operations are the same either way really.
>>> 3. Is there any document to describe how to operation kolla deployment
>>> OpenStack, seems it's not the quite same with the bare metal deployment.
>> The deployment docs are quite good. There isn't really a good ops guide
>> though. This is true of bare metal as well though ( in process of being
>> addressed presently). The IRC channel is terrific though, so if you hit a
>> wall, pop on there and ask for help or email this list with a tag like you
>> did here.
>>> Best Regards
>>> -- Ray
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