[Ci-users] Disk space on ci nodes
kbsingh at centos.org
Fri Jan 22 12:34:27 UTC 2016
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On 22/01/16 11:55, Fabian Arrotin wrote:
> On 22/01/16 12:14, Karanbir Singh wrote:
>> On 22/01/16 10:53, Niels de Vos wrote:
>>> We would like to have raw block devices for Gluster testing
>>> too. Gluster can do snapshots based on lvm-thinp, and we
>>> recommend to use a dedicated Volume Group for each brick. Our
>>> tests can use files over /dev/loop* devices, but that is not
>>> how things should be used for real world setups.
>> The way to resolve that would be to request the instances from
>> Duffy, and then reprovision as needed. that way you own the
>> timelag and process to provision the box ( we can help, ofcourse
>> ). Rather than needing a systemside / system-wide change in the
>> base layer.
> That's also a possibility, but not sure that all projects willing
> to have more disk space would like to reinstall each node given by
> Duffy either
- From the provider side - we need an interface to make it possible, and
we already have all the mechanics for it. So should be fairly simple
to expose to the jenkins slaves.
> Yes, and it's also a CI/Test environment, so while it makes sense
> to try to be as close as possible as what would be done in
> ideal/real life scenario, it's not always possible.
the main value prop from ci.centos.org is VERY much to focus on user
space and real world testing, hence the baremetal and no pre-existing
setups on the machines.
Karanbir Singh, Project Lead, The CentOS Project
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