Here’s what RDO engineers have been blogging about over the last few weeks.
[Event Report] RDO Bug Triage Day on 18th and 19th May, 2016 by Chandan Kumar
As the RDO development continues to grow, the numbers of bugs also grow. To make the community robust and heavy, it is also necessary to triage and fix the existing bugs so that product will be more valuable.
… read more at http://tm3.org/6x
How to fix a FTBFS using DLRN by Frederic Lepied
DLRN is the tool used by the RDO project to build RPM packages for every commit from the OpenStack projects. See http://blogs.rdoproject.org/7834/delorean-openstack-packages-from-the-future for more details on how DLRN works. These commits from the upstream OpenStack projects can introduce changes that break the packaging. We call these FTBFS (Failure To Build From Source).
… read more at http://tm3.org/6y
Gnocchi talk at the Paris Monitoring Meetup #6 by Julien Danjou
Last week was the sixth edition of the Paris Monitoring Meetup, where I was invited as a speaker to present and talk about Gnocchi.
… read more at http://tm3.org/6z
OVB: TripleO on a Public OpenStack by GonÃ©ri Le Bouder
In order to deploy an OpenStack cloud with the TripleO installer ( http://tripleo.org/ ), one needs at least 2 nodes for a basic setup. If one is interested in deploying more complex topologies, more nodes might be required, for an Highly Available (HA) setup, 4 nodes are required.
… read more at http://tm3.org/6–
Reviews for RDO packages by Adam Young
We are in the process of getting the docs straightened out for reviewing RDO packages. As we do, I want to record what I have working.
… read more at http://tm3.org/70
Newbie in RDO: one size doesn’t fit all by amoralej
As a new contributor to the RDO project, one of my first tasks was to understand what is actually being produced by the project. According to RDO faq, the main goal is to maintain a freely-available, community-supported distribution of OpenStack based on RPM packages able to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Fedora, and their derivatives. But the RDO community is diverse and different use patterns have been found over the time with different requirements:
… read more at http://tm3.org/71
Newbie in RDO (2): RDO Trunk from a bird’s eye view by amoralej
Time goes fast as a RDO newbie and once I understood what the RDO Trunk and CloudSIG repos provide (read my previous post if you still have doubts), my next goal was to have a clear high-level perspective of the entire delivery workflow followed in the project.
… read more at http://tm3.org/72
Evolving the OpenStack HA Architecture by Andy Beekhof
In the current OpenStack HA architecture used by Red Hat, SuSE and others, Systemd is the entity in charge of starting and stopping most OpenStack services. Pacemaker exists as a layer on top, signalling when this should happen, but Systemd is the part making it happen.
… read more at http://tm3.org/73
RDO @ Red Hat Summit by Rich Bowen
Red Hat Summit is just a few weeks away, and it’s a great place to learn about RDO, and deploying OpenStack on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS. If you’re coming, be sure to drop by the RDO booth in the Community Central section of the exhibit hall. Grab an RDO tshirt, watch demos of what people are doing on top of RDO, and we’ll have experts there to answer your questions.
… read more at http://tm3.org/74
ARA: One month and 200 commits later by David Moreau Simard
On May 21st, I wrote a blog post about ARA, an idea to store, browse and troubleshoot Ansible playbook runs. Let’s rewind a bit further back in time.
… read more at http://tm3.org/75
SAML Federated Auth Plugin by Adam Young
SAML is usually thought of as a WebSSO mechanism, but it can be made to work for command line operations if you use the Extended Client Protocol (ECP). When we did the Rippowam demo last year, we were successful in getting an Unscoped token by using ECP, but that was not sufficient to perform operations on other services that need a scoped token.
… read more at http://tm3.org/76