On 02/17/2018 06:48 PM, Javier Romero wrote:
> I've been contributing through the CentOS Storage SIG with the
> GlusterFS Github containers repository.
> Have created a new Dockerfile for image creation to run containers on
> CentOS 7 with GlusterFS 3.13 already installed. Also sent a pull
> request on Github to merge a new branch named gluster-3.13 with this
> new Dockerfile included. Tested on Centos 7 release 7.4.1708 (Core)
> with kernel 3.10.0-693.17.1.el7.x86_64 and works ok:

Javier, where is the PR/commit for the same, wanted to understand this

Further, Humble maintains the docker images for Gluster (added him
here). @Humble can we know how this ties in with our Docker images?

> # docker images
> REPOSITORY                TAG                 IMAGE ID
> CREATED             SIZE
> dockerfile-gluster-3.13   latest              07931ac54c87      About
> an hour ago   371.9 MB
> docker.io/centos            7                     ff426288ea90
>    5 weeks ago        207.2 MB
> # docker ps -a
> CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                     COMMAND
> CREATED             STATUS              PORTS               NAMES
> 4e164d71256f    dockerfile-gluster-3.1 3  "/usr/sbin/init"      About
> an hour ago        Up About an hour
> backstabbing_babbage
> # docker exec -it 4e164d71256f sh
> sh-4.2# glusterd -V
> glusterfs 3.13.2
> Will be working to create a Vagrant Box and VirtualBox VM wirh
> GlusterFS just installed, and see how can I provide them to other
> users who may want to give them a try.

Javier, I guess a good start to this is:

rtalur maintains this, although the last commit is a bit old. Also,
added him to the CC to enable further discussion on topic.

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