On 11/20/2013 11:08 AM, Derek Moore wrote:
> Ok, I can't see authors' names in your wiki. I just meant maybe that
> author could be a resource inside OpenShift re: DNS testing.
> Otherwise, their mailing list is:
> And they promote their Google+ community a lot:
> Also, check out the #1 Top Idea feature request:
> In my attempts to interact with OpenShift devs, I've mostly jumped into:
> In fact, I just hopped into #openshift-dev on IRC, and I think I have
> a good point-of-contact for you guys re: DNS integration and DNS testing:
> [09:51] <derekm> hey all... some FreeIPA devs are wondering: Who would
> be a good dev contact inside OpenShift re: DNS server and/or automated
> bind-dyndb-ldap testing?
> [09:51] <markllama> err. I'm afraid that might be me. What's the
> [09:51] <derekm> markllama: they just want to have a point of contact
> for cross-project coordination and integration
> [09:52] <markllama> the automated testing might get referred to QE.
> [09:53] <derekm> FreeIPA is starting work on a DNS test suite in
> conjunction with Knot DNS folks
> [09:54] <derekm> I suggested they try to coordinate with you guys,
> too, since you use an internal bind with dynamic domains
> [09:54] * markllama will have to learn Knot.
> [09:54] * markllama was just thinking about who to coordinate with to
> add an OpenShift plugin to update DNS via the LDAP db in FreeIPA
> rather than RFC2136
> [09:55] <derekm> if you don't mind, I'll pass on your name to the
> freeipa-dev list as a potential point of contact
> [09:55] <markllama> yep, I can at least field the questions and find
> the contacts either in OpenShift or in the IPA group here.
> I don't see Mark Llama on the mailing list, so you might have to go to
> IRC to catch him.
Yes I know Mark. He was involved in the FreeIPA OpenShift integration
effort. AFAIU it should all be available upstream in the OpenShift Origin.
One should be able to use FreeIPA as a DNS server for OpenShift. Isn't
it the case?
I will see what I can do what the situation is...
> On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 8:26 AM, Dmitri Pal <d...@redhat.com
> <mailto:d...@redhat.com>> wrote:
> On 11/20/2013 09:15 AM, Derek Moore wrote:
>> Perhaps whoever wrote these: ?
>> I've tried to hit up openshift devs on IRC, but like oVirt they
>> are very US business hours oriented, which is when I'm usually
>> working and not tinkering on the fun stuff.
> This was written by a person who is no longer working on the project.
> However I am not quite sure I understand what you are looking for?
> At some point, several month ago we did integration with OpenShift
> making Kerberos work, integrating DNS and other things.
> The pages you mention are the ground work. It was sort of testing
> integration waters. Things might be a bit broken now as OpenShift
> is moving fast. We have plans to get back and correct things
> however first of all would be important to understand your
> interest and use case.
>> On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, Petr Spacek wrote:
>> On 15.11.2013 18:30, Derek Moore wrote:
>> Is there an opportunity to also bring in OpenShift
>> Origin, in particular
>> Broker, which also uses its own BIND with dyndb and/or
>> Maybe they don't care as much since they use a limited
>> subset of BIND only
>> for namespace and app subdomains.
>> Generally, I don't see a reason why not. Do you have any
>> pointer to the right mailing list or particular person? It
>> would help me a lot because I know next to nothing about
>> Thank you!
>> Petr^2 Spacek
>> Knot DNS looks cool, hadn't heard of these guys yet.
>> On Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 9:48 AM, Petr Spacek
>> <pspa...@redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hello list,
>> as you may know, we don't have any tests for
>> bind-dyndb-ldap/DNS in
>> FreeIPA. It seems that we have a chance to change
>> that now.
>> The LinuxAlt conference 2013 brought the information
>> that Knot DNS 
>> developers plan to write a new test suite for their
>> server, but as usual,
>> resources are limited and nobody really want to spent
>> time on tests :-)
>> This resulted in the idea of test-sharing between
>> Knot DNS and
>> bind-dyndb-ldap/FreeIPA. I think that this would be
>> beneficial for both
>> We can mutually re-use tests from the other project,
>> so overall cost of
>> test-development will be lower for both sides.
>> The only technical obstacle is that we need to
>> design/to bend testing
>> framework from Knot DNS, so it will be able to run
>> the same set of tests
>> against BIND with bind-dyndb-ldap.
>> It seems feasible after a quick look. We just need to
>> allocate some time
>> for initial discussion/framework design/bending and
>> then we can add tests
>> incrementally, as our schedule allows.
>> Current 'test suite' is a part of Knot DNS git repo,
>> and I think that it
>> can stay in this way. The idea is to:
>> - clone the repo
>> - set few environment variables (to direct tests to
>> local BIND)
>> - run the tests
>> That is it :-)
>> It would be great if we could spend some time on this
>> now. We need to
>> discuss it and prepare the testing framework.
>> We risk that Knot DNS guys will go ahead and design
>> the framework in a way
>> which will not fit to our needs if we will wait too long.
>>  http://www.knot-dns.cz/
>> The bonus part: A wiki page about current functional
>> tests for Knot DNS:
>> Freeipa-devel mailing list
>> Freeipafirstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:Freeipaemail@example.com>
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