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Subject [GitHub] [airflow] potiuk commented on a change in pull request #6285: [AIRFLOW-XXX] Updates to Breeze documentation from GSOD
Date Tue, 15 Oct 2019 19:29:04 GMT
potiuk commented on a change in pull request #6285: [AIRFLOW-XXX] Updates to Breeze documentation
from GSOD
URL: https://github.com/apache/airflow/pull/6285#discussion_r335135865
 
 

 ##########
 File path: BREEZE.rst
 ##########
 @@ -46,409 +46,586 @@ Here is the short 10 minute video about Airflow Breeze
 Prerequisites
 =============
 
-Docker
-------
+Docker Community Edition
+------------------------
 
-You need latest stable Docker Community Edition installed and on the PATH. It should be
-configured to be able to run ``docker`` commands directly and not only via root user. Your
user
-should be in the ``docker`` group. See `Docker installation guide <https://docs.docker.com/install/>`_
+- **Version**: Install the latest stable Docker Community Edition and add it to the PATH.
+- **Permissions**: Configure to run the ``docker`` commands directly and not only via root
user.
+  Your user should be in the ``docker`` group.
+  See `Docker installation guide <https://docs.docker.com/install/>`_ for details.
+- **Disk space**: On macOS, increase your available disk space before starting to work with
+  the environment. At least 128 GB of free disk space is recommended. You can also get by
with a
+  smaller space but make sure to clean up the Docker disk space periodically.
+  See also `Docker for Mac - Space <https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/space>`_
for details
+  on increasing disk space available for Docker on Mac.
+- **Docker problems**: Sometimes it is not obvious that space is an issue when you run into
+  a problem with Docker. If you see a weird behaviour, try
+  `cleaning up the images <#cleaning-up-the-images>`_. Also see
+  `pruning <https://docs.docker.com/config/pruning/>`_ instructions from Docker.
+
+Docker Compose
+--------------
 
-When you develop on Mac OS you usually have not enough disk space for Docker if you start
using it
-seriously. You should increase disk space available before starting to work with the environment.
-Usually you have weird problems of docker containers when you run out of Disk space. It might
not be
-obvious that space is an issue. At least 128 GB of Disk space is recommended. You can also
get by with smaller space but you should more
-often clean the docker disk space periodically.
+- **Version**: Install the latest stable Docker Compose and add it to the PATH.
+  See `Docker Compose Installation Guide <https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/>`_
for details.
 
-If you get into weird behaviour try `Cleaning up the images <#cleaning-up-the-images>`_.
+- **Permissions**: Configure to run the ``docker-compose`` command.
 
-See also `Docker for Mac - Space <https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/space>`_ for
details of increasing
-disk space available for Docker on Mac.
+Docker Images Used by Breeze
+----------------------------
 
-Docker compose
---------------
+For all development tasks, related integration tests and static code checks, we use Docker
+images maintained on the Docker Hub in the ``apache/airflow`` repository.
 
-Latest stable Docker Compose installed and on the PATH. It should be
-configured to be able to run ``docker-compose`` command.
-See `Docker compose installation guide <https://docs.docker.com/compose/install/>`_
+There are three images that we are currently managing:
 
-Getopt and gstat
-----------------
+* **Slim CI** image that is used for static code checks (size of ~500MB). Its tag follows
the pattern
+  of ``<BRANCH>-python<PYTHON_VERSION>-ci-slim`` (for example, ``apache/airflow:master-python3.6-ci-slim``).
+  The image is built using the `<Dockerfile>`_ Dockerfile.
+* **Full CI image*** that is used for testing. It contains a lot more test-related installed
software
+  (size of ~1GB). Its tag follows the pattern of ``<BRANCH>-python<PYTHON_VERSION>-ci``
+  (for example, ``apache/airflow:master-python3.6-ci``). The image is built using the
+  `<Dockerfile>`_ Dockerfile.
+* **Checklicense image** that is used during license check with the Apache RAT tool. It does
not
+  require any of the dependencies that the two CI images need so it is built using a different
Dockerfile
+  `<Dockerfile-checklicence>`_ and only contains Java + Apache RAT tool. The image
is
+  labelled with ``checklicence``, for example: ``apache/airflow:checklicence``. No versioning
is used for
+  the Checklicence image.
 
-* If you are on MacOS
+Before you run tests, enter the environment or run local static checks, the necessary local
images should be
+pulled and built from Docker Hub. This happens automatically for the test environment but
you need to
+manually trigger it for static checks as described in `Building the images <#bulding-the-images>`_
+and `Pulling the latest images <#pulling-the-latest-images>`_.
+The static checks will fail and inform what to do if the image is not yet built.
 
-  * you need gnu ``getopt`` and ``gstat`` to get Airflow Breeze running.
+Building the image first time pulls a pre-built version of images from the Docker Hub, which
may take some
+time. But for subsequent source code changes, no wait time is expected.
+However, changes to sensitive files like setup.py or Dockerfile will trigger a rebuild
+that may take more time though it is highly optimized to only rebuild what is needed.
 
-  * Typically you need to run ``brew install gnu-getopt coreutils`` and then follow instructions
(you need to link the gnu getopt
-    version to become first on the PATH). Make sure to re-login after yoy make the suggested
changes.
+In most cases, rebuilding an image requires network connectivity (for example, to download
new
+dependencies). If you work offline and do not want to rebuild the images when needed, you
can set the
+``FORCE_ANSWER_TO_QUESTIONS`` variable to ``no`` as described in the
+`Default behaviour for user interaction <#default-behaviour-for-user-interaction>`_
section.
 
-  * Then (with brew) link the gnu-getopt to become default as suggested by brew.
+See `Troubleshooting section <#troubleshooting>`_ for steps you can make to clean the
environment.
 
-  * If you use bash, you should run this command (and re-login):
+Getopt and gstat
 
 Review comment:
   It's already a chapter in "Prerequisites" section :)

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