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From Jose Carrasco <>
Subject Re: BrooklynNode with a explicit httpPort in cloud
Date Thu, 12 May 2016 12:27:16 GMT
Hi Andrea and all,

thanks for your reply.

I have opened a PR in brooklyn-server, #136 (

It is composed by two different commits. First, I added a simple test which tries to show
the issue. 
Then, I modified the InboundPortsUtils#getRequiredOpenPorts methods in order to support 
config keys whose value is assignable from PortRange.

Probably, we should continue the discussion in Github. 

Thanks a lot

El 05/05/2016, a las 10:47, Andrea Turli <> escribió:

> Jose,
> On 5 May 2016 at 10:30, Jose Carrasco <> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Andrea, thanks for your reply. I have opened a jira issue
> Thanks!
>> Just a pair of question, do you think I should add a gsoc label to my
>> tasks in order to maintain the gsoc flavor?
>> What routing should I follow? I mean, I would like to work in this issue,
>> so probably somebody should assigns the task to my jira profile (kiuby88),
>> right?
> I'm not sure about the gsoc label as it seems more a brooklyn induction to
> me rather than a gsoc related task, but not strong feelings.
> Feel free to start looking at the jira issue you just created and propose a
> fix that reference a PR (this would be ideal IMHO) even if you are not
> explicitly assigned to the task.
>> Let me try your first workaround (required.ports), I assume that I have to
>> add the result in the jira task. About second advice, yes I am using the
>> default port. Currently, this issue is not a problem for me. I find this
>> issue while deploying some examples and I thought it could be starting
>> point for the gsoc immersion in the community.
> Excellent! Let us know if the former suggestion fixes the issue for the
> time being.
> Looking forward for your PR!
> Great job!
> Andrea

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