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From "Greg Stein (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (INFRA-16668) Jenkins VM nodes for OpenWhisk Distributed Testing
Date Wed, 27 Jun 2018 03:51:00 GMT

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Greg Stein updated INFRA-16668:
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    Status: Waiting for user  (was: Waiting for Infra)

Could you provide an estimate of the disk space needed?

We're looking at Hetzner for the VMs, and a node matching the CPU/RAM specs is easy and cheap.
However, we've observed that Jenkins nodes seem to require a lot of disk. They have a "CX41"
with 160 GB disk. Do you have a sense on whether that will be enough for your needs?


> Jenkins VM nodes for OpenWhisk Distributed Testing
> --------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: INFRA-16668
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-16668
>             Project: Infrastructure
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: Jenkins, Puppet, VM
>            Reporter: Carlos Santana
>            Priority: Major
>
> The Apache OpenWhisk project was able to secure some funding for extra VMs.
> In discussions with [~gstein] and our mentor [~bdelacretaz] we agree that INFRA would
setup to start with 3 small VMs.
> Each VM should have:
> - 2 CPU
> - 4GB RAM
> - Ubuntu 16 x64
> - JDK 8
> - Docker engine and CLI version 1.12 (this is an old version that is the version we support
want to test, in the future we will upgrade to a newer version)
> - python
> - python packages: 
>   -- pip install docker>=2.2.1,<3 ansible>=2.5.2 jinja2>=2.9.6 couchdb>=1.1
httplib2>=0.9.2 requests=>2.10.0
> We need to be able to run from jenkins, ansible-playbook, this plaubooks would will run
shell commands including docker command such as docker CLI commands such as build, pull, run,
rmi, rm, etc..
> - Network connectivity between the VMs should be possible since we will be using http,
and kafka (tcp) between them.



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