A set of configuration files (in yaml format) that shows common/component/distribution/origins configurations.
All the yaml configuration files could be found in:
- subdirectories of conf/personas/
- Automatically downloading source from git and performing tag/branch checkouts.
- Automatically verifying and translating requirement files to known pypi/rpm packages.
- Automatically installing and building missing dependencies (pypi and rpm) for you.
- Automatically configuring the needed files, symlinks, adjustments, and any patches.
Automatically running each component unit tests.
Starting of the components sub-programs with the needed configuration via the common daemon model.
- Also creates a pid, stderr and stdout file set for debugging/examination.
- Trace files could be found in $HOME/openstack/<component>/traces/
Stopping of the previously started components.
Getting you back to an initial ‘clean’ state:
- Removing installed configuration.
- Undoing of installed files/directories.
- Removing of packages installed.
- Ceating a basic set of packages that matches the components selected.
- Supports automatic injection of dependencies and creation of a changelog from git history.
- Checking the status of the running components sub-programs
dry_run satisfied with any action it turns verbose and all modifying the outside world calls (running external commands, kill, mkdir ......) are not executing.
Written in python so it matches the style of other OpenStack components.
(thus encouraging re-use by others)
- Components & actions are isolated as individual classes.
- Supports installation personas that define what is to be installed, thus decoupling the ‘what’ from the ‘how’.
Install/start/stop resumption so that when you install you can ctrl+c and resume later (where applicable).
- All commands executed are logged in standard output, all configuration files read/written (and so on).
- Debug mode could be activate with -v option
Package tracking and building
- Creation of a single rpm of your installation. This freezes what is needed for that release to a known set of packages and dependencies.
- Automatically building and/or including all needed dependencies.
- Includes application of your distributions native packages (when applicable).