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Re: Dockerizing Cloudstack package builders



On 03/26/2018 11:38 PM, Khosrow Moossavi wrote:
> Thanks for the feedback Wido.
> 
> I, personally, wouldn't put them in *cloudstack* repo itself, since these
> are complementary tools. To me it would
> make more sense to put them under apache/ namespace on GitHub as we already
> have bunch of apache/cloudstack-*
> repos. And under apache/ or cloudstackl/ namespace on Docker Hub (whichever
> makes more sense).
> 

Yes, probably best to do that!

> If community agrees with going forward with this proposal, I would be more
> than happy to transfer ownership of
> the GH and DH repos I created.
> 

Ok, good! I don't know how that works with ASF though.

> That's actually a great point. I was assuming these are going to be used by
> only developers/maintainers which have
> 

Probably, but it's always easy to use those containers and quickly get
packages build.

> the source code at their disposals. I'm gonna wait for others
> feedback/suggestions before enhancing this though.
> 

Yes, it is. But looking good so far. Thanks again!

Wido

> On Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 3:28 PM, Wido den Hollander <wido@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
>>
>>
>> On 03/26/2018 06:21 PM, Khosrow Moossavi wrote:
>>> Hi community
>>>
>>> To make building Cloudstack's RPM or DEB packages more easily, portable
>> and
>>> reduce the need to
>>> have a *correct* hardware to build them, I've Dockerized them. This is
>>> essentially a follow up of what
>>> Wido had done (only for deb packages though).
>>>
>>
>> Very nice! I didn't have the time to work on this, but it kept popping
>> up. I'd love to have a automated builder on download.cloudstack.org
>> which does this for us automatically.
>>
>>> The proposed Builders can be found here[1] and here[2] on Github and
>>> here[3] and here[4] on Docker Hub.
>>>
>>
>> Cool!
>>
>>> I would appreciate it if you can give your feedback of them and if need
>> be,
>>> promote them on the official wiki/doc/repo.
>>>
>>
>> Getting them on a official repo should be possible I think, we could put
>> them in the /packaging directory of our main repo. Or maybe request a
>> second repo called 'cloudstack-docker' or something.
>>
>> Right now I see that your builder wants to have the cloudstack source
>> ready to be used (just as I did), but how about adding the option where
>> it downloads a tarball from the website if no source and just a version
>> is provided? Or it can do a git clone from Github and check out a
>> specific tag/version.
>>
>> Again, very much appreciated!
>>
>> Wido
>>
>>> [1]: https://github.com/khos2ow/cloudstack-rpm-builder
>>> [2]: https://github.com/khos2ow/cloudstack-deb-builder
>>> [3]: https://hub.docker.com/r/khos2ow/cloudstack-deb-builder/
>>> [4]: https://hub.docker.com/r/khos2ow/cloudstack-rpm-builder/
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>>
>>> Khosrow Moossavi
>>>
>>> Cloud Infrastructure Developer
>>>
>>> t 514.447.3456
>>>
>>> <https://goo.gl/NYZ8KK>
>>>
>>
>