[Ci-users] Place to store images and ostree artifacts

Thu Mar 23 02:49:29 UTC 2017
Karanbir Singh <kbsingh at centos.org>

On 22/03/17 20:00, Bill Peck wrote:

> nfs or gluster mount would be much better for publishing ostree images.
>    rsync is great for duplicating but if we have to pull/update/push to
> make changes it will be prone to race conditions and just messy. :-)

rsync will almost always win if you need a compare and push; nfs is
better if the app can use metadata ( are you going to use ostree tooling
to push the repo content ? ).

the actual implementation model should also take into consideration
where on the network and what part of the process you are going to hit
the remote storage node. eg. you want the job worker nodes to
push/compare directly, and not via the slave node.

Are there any estimates on what the data churn will look like ?

Karanbir Singh, Project Lead, The CentOS Project
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