[ClusterLabs] [Pacemaker] [HA] RFC: moving Pacemaker openstack-resource-agents to stackforge
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Tue Jun 23 14:10:11 EDT 2015
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On 23/06/15 06:27 AM, Adam Spiers wrote:
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> Hi all,
> https://github.com/madkiss/openstack-resource-agents/ is a nice
> repository of Pacemaker High Availability resource agents (RAs) for
> OpenStack, usage of which has been officially recommended in the
> OpenStack High Availability guide. Here is one of several examples:
> Martin Loschwitz, who owns this repository, has since moved away from
> OpenStack, and no longer maintains it. I recently proposed moving the
> repository to StackForge, and he gave his consent and in fact said
> that he had the same intention but hadn't got round to it:
> You can see from that same github issue that several key members of
> the OpenStack Pacemaker sub-community are all in favour. Therefore
> I am volunteering to do the move to StackForge.
There is a "CusterLabs" group on github that most of the HA cluster
projects have or are moving under. Why not use that?
> Another possibility would be to move each RA to its corresponding
> OpenStack project, although this makes a lot less sense to me, since
> it would require the core members of every OpenStack project to care
> enough about Pacemaker to agree to maintain an RA for it.
> This raises the question of maintainership. SUSE has a vested
> interest in these resource agents, so we would be happy to help
> maintain them. I believe Red Hat is also using these, so any
> volunteers from there or indeed anywhere else to co-maintain would be
> welcome. They are already fairly complete, and I don't expect there
> will be a huge amount of change.
> I'm probably getting ahead of myself, but the other big question is
> regarding CI. Currently there are no tests at all. Of course we
> could add bashate, and maybe even some functional tests, but
> ultimately some integration tests would be really nice. However for
> now I propose we focus on the move and defer CI work till later.
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