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From "Carlos Santana (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (INFRA-16668) Jenkins VM nodes for OpenWhisk Distributed Testing
Date Fri, 07 Sep 2018 13:10:00 GMT


Carlos Santana updated INFRA-16668:
    Status: Waiting for Infra  (was: Waiting for user)

Hi [~humbedooh]
I discuss this with the team and we think installing latest docker engine is good.
You can use instructions from here if it's helpful to know how to add the repository and get
the latest stable Docker CE

-- Carlos

> Jenkins VM nodes for OpenWhisk Distributed Testing
> --------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: INFRA-16668
>                 URL:
>             Project: Infrastructure
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: Jenkins, Puppet, VM
>            Reporter: Carlos Santana
>            Assignee: Daniel Gruno
>            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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