[Ci-users] Duffy v2: Please send RFEs!
brian at bstinson.com
Mon Aug 28 14:56:36 UTC 2017
On Aug 28 08:22, Honza Horak wrote:
> I'm having an idea of testing container images in OpenShift just after the
> container image itself is built&tested. For that we may use either `oc
> cluster up` or minishift, but installing both means to pull a lot of MB.
> So, I'm thinking about whether it would make sense to have an option to
> request a machine with `oc` already available -- basically a machine where
> the openshift containers are already up and running.. and tests would only
> depend on `oc` being available.
> Would something like that make sense for anybody else as well?
> And would the bandwidth saved for pulling the openshift images be worth it?
Not sure if bandwidth is the controlling factor here, but we could
colocate a mirror to help with that side of things. Also,
https://registry.centos.org is pretty close by as well.
If needing a one-off openshift a common enough pattern, we could look at
adding minishift as a 'thing' in duffy, so instead of bare nodes you'd
request an openshift install.
If I point you at a RFE, could you help write the acceptance criteria?
> On 08/22/2017 04:55 AM, Brian Stinson wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > You're likely familiar with our node provisioner Duffy
> > (https://wiki.centos.org/QaWiki/CI/Duffy).
> > In order to support new features, and encourage interested folks to
> > participate in development with us, we are gathering requirements to get
> > started soon on Duffy Version 2. Duffy2 will be developed with an OSS
> > license, and posted in a public repository.
> > Some of you have pending RFEs that we'll deal with during development:
> > - Support Fedora Images (https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=13626)
> > - Support for cloud VMs in cloud.ci.centos.org
> > - Support for VLAN Isolation on the Seamicro hardware
> > - Support for extending an existing session
> > (https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=9773)
> > If you have a feature request for us to track let's talk about it here.
> > If you're interested in participating in the development effort, please
> > get in touch with me.
> > Happy Testing!
> > --
> > Brian Stinson
> > CentOS CI Infrastructure Team
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