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From "James Peach (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (MESOS-2717) Qemu/KVM containerizer
Date Sun, 28 Feb 2016 23:51:18 GMT

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James Peach updated MESOS-2717:
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    Assignee: Abhishek Dasgupta  (was: James Peach)

> Qemu/KVM containerizer
> ----------------------
>
>                 Key: MESOS-2717
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/MESOS-2717
>             Project: Mesos
>          Issue Type: Wish
>          Components: containerization
>            Reporter: Pierre-Yves Ritschard
>            Assignee: Abhishek Dasgupta
>
> I think it would make sense for Mesos to have the ability to treat hypervisors as containerizers
and the most sensible one to start with would probably be Qemu/KVM.
> There are a few workloads that can require full-fledged VMs (the most obvious one being
Windows workloads).
> The containerization code is well decoupled and seems simple enough, I can definitely
take a shot at it. VMs do bring some questions with them here is my take on them:
> 1. Routing, network strategy
> ======================
> The simplest approach here might very well be to go for bridged networks
> and leave the setup and inter slave routing up to the administrator
> 2. IP Address assignment
> ====================
> At first, it can be up to the Frameworks to deal with IP assignment.
> The simplest way to address this could be to have an executor running
> on slaves providing the qemu/kvm containerizer which would instrument a DHCP server and
collect IP + Mac address resources from slaves. While it may be up to the frameworks to provide
this, an example should most likely be provided.
> 3. VM Templates
> ==============
> VM templates should probably leverage the fetcher and could thus be copied locally or
fetch from HTTP(s) / HDFS.
> 4. Resource limiting
> ================
> Mapping resouce constraints to the qemu command line is probably the easiest part, Additional
command line should also be fetchable. For Unix VMs, the sandbox could show the output of
the serial console
> 5. Libvirt / plain Qemu
> =================
> I tend to favor limiting the amount of necessary hoops to jump through and would thus
investigate working directly with Qemu, maintaining an open connection to the monitor to assert
status.



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