[Gluster-infra] configuration management for the gluster infra, RFC
mscherer at redhat.com
Wed Aug 20 09:12:52 UTC 2014
Le mardi 19 août 2014 à 18:24 +0100, Justin Clift a écrit :
> On 19/08/2014, at 5:29 PM, Michael Scherer wrote:
> > On term of constraints, I suppose that we need something that work on
> > RHEL and Netbsd.
> For the Jenkins slave infrastructure we have various Fedora slaves,
> some CentOS 6.5 slaves, and other bits:
> * We have a Jenkins NetBSD slave in Rackspace - manually created from an
> initial CentOS install - since Rackspace doesn't offer NetBSD.
> * We also have a Jenkins FreeBSD slave in Rackspace.
> * GlusterFS 3.6 will support OSX fuse clients natively, so we've been
> getting some OSX VM's set up to become Jenkins slaves. (still needs
Technically, we can decide to manage os installation and provisioning,
especially if we want to test and spin VMs, but this would requires
something like cobbler, etc and a more complex setup. I guess we can
safely push that to later :)
> > I assume sooner or later, we may add different builders
> > on debian, or differents arch. I do remember seeing something about osx,
> > but that's likely not much different than netbsd in term of tools ( even
> > if I expect netbsd to have more, but from a portage point of view, both
> > are less problematic than windows ). I do not see much more, I would
> > strongly express a preference for something packaged on both platform.
> > And in term of who know what, well, I can only answer for me, that I
> > know ansible and puppet quite well, but I am open to others systems.
> > So, any comments ?
> +1 Ansible
> -1 [anything to do with Ruby] :)
While i can see why you would put -1 to ruby, it has to do with
dependencies issues, or another problem ?
( cause from my own experience, puppet is in ruby, but thereisn't much
dependencies issue, except when they did changed from ruby 1.8 to ruby
2.0 and puppet 3 )
We only test on EL6 and EL7, that's it ? No Fedora jenkins, or
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