This is awesome, thanks for the update. Also, you forgot to mention the addition of the NFS packages, which means CDK can now consume NFS storage OOTB in addition to having Ceph as a backend.
Great work folks :) ++ Sam -- Samuel Cozannet Cloud, Big Data and IoT Strategy Team Business Development - Cloud and ISV Ecosystem Changing the Future of Cloud Ubuntu <http://ubuntu.com> / Canonical UK LTD <http://canonical.com> / Juju <https://jujucharms.com> samuel.cozan...@canonical.com mob: +33 616 702 389 skype: samnco Twitter: @SaMnCo_23 [image: View Samuel Cozannet's profile on LinkedIn] <https://es.linkedin.com/in/scozannet> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 9:53 PM, Charles Butler < charles.but...@canonical.com> wrote: > 10/13 Release Notes > > Greetings everyone! It's been a short but busy week for us. We've landed > a lot more bugfixes and some new features for you all to kick the tires. > We're excited to push this week’s rollup as it contains the early work > (alpha?) in consuming Ceph RBD volumes for persistent volume storage in > your kubernetes workloads. > > It’s missing from the readme, so here is a quick rundown below the release > notes. As always, bugs/comments/questions are all welcome. > https://github.com/juju-solutions/bundle-canonical-kubernetes/issues > > Or you can find us on irc in #juju on irc.freenode.net > > > Layer-docker > > > - > > Added DOCKER_OPTS passthrough config option. This enables end users to > configure the runtime of their docker-engine (Such as insecure registries) > without having to add python code to the layers and/or re-build a fork. > > > - > > Corrected an immutable config when attempting to switch between > archive docker package and the docker-engine package from upstream. > > > Thanks @brianlbaird and @simonklb for driving this feature during > dev/testing. > > Flannel > > > - > > Corrected the directory glob pattern on flannel which was failing and > causing some false positives in the cloud weather report testing tool. > > > Kubernetes Master > > - > > Added a create-rbd-pv action to enlist persistent storage from Ceph. > - > > This requires the use of the ceph-mon charm from the > openstack-charmers-next branch. > - > > Closed a bug where running microbots would yield an EOF error due to > proxy settings. Consult the README for limited egress environments. (Thanks > @ryebot and @cynerva) > > > Kubernetes Worker > > - > > Added a kubectl wrapper for context with manifests, and a kubectl > wrapper for arbitrary keyword args. > - > > Various lint fixes. > - > > Worker nodes now cleanly remove themselves from the cluster during the > stop hook. (Thanks to @ryebot and @cynerva) > - > > The ingress controller now scales to the number of deployed worker > units. 1 ingress controller per 1 worker unit. (Thanks to @ryebot and > @cynerva) > > > Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes Bundle > > > - > > Added documentation for proxy settings in network limited environments > to the bundle README. (Thanks to @ryebot and @cynerva) > - > > Updated the README with additional limitation notes about which charms > are not compatible enough to run in LXD at this time. > - > > Bumped each charm to their latest revision. > > > Kubernetes Core Bundle > > A minimalist bundle, only deploying the bare minimum required to evaluate > kubernetes. Useful when doing laptop development or resource constrained > environments. (Thanks @cynerva and @ryebot) > > > > - > > The kubernetes core bundle has been updated with our latest release of > the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes (CDK) charms. > - > > Brand new README imported from the CDK bundle. > > > https://github.com/juju-solutions/bundle-kubernetes-core - we’re still > testing this minimal bundle, and it will be published in the charm store as > early as next week. Thanks for your early interest! > > Etcd > > - > > Refactored the test to gate on the status messages before reading the > deployment as ready and proceeding with executing tests. > > > > Quick Rundown on how to enlist RBD PV’s > > You’ll need to be running at bare-minimum the ceph-mon charm from the > ~openstack-charmers-next namespace. > > juju deploy cs:~openstack-charmers-next/xenial/ceph-mon -n 3 > > juju deploy cs:ceph-osd -n 3 > > From here you will need to enlist the OSD storage devices: > > For example on GCE you would fulfill this request with GCE Persistent > Disks: > > juju add-storage ceph-osd/0 osd-devices=gce,10gb > > juju add-storage ceph-osd/1 osd-devices=gce,10gb > > juju add-storage ceph-osd/2 osd-devices=gce,10gb > > This will allocate 30gb of storage, across the 3 OSD device nodes, and > begin your ceph replicated file storage cluster. > > Next is to relate the storage cluster with the kubernetes master: > > juju add-relation kubernetes-master ceph-mon > > We’re now ready to enlist Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes which our > workloads can consume via PersistentVolumeClaims > > juju run-action kubernetes-master/0 create-rbd-pv name=test size=50 > > Tailing a watch on your kubernetes cluster like the following, you should > see the PV become enlisted and be marked as available: > > watch kubectl get pv --all-namespaces > > NAME CAPACITY ACCESSMODES STATUS CLAIM REASON AGE > > test 50M RWO Available 10s > > > To consume these Persistent Volumes, your pods will need an associated PVC > with them, and is outside the scope of this tutorial. See: > http://kubernetes.io/docs/user-guide/persistent-volumes/ for more > information. > > This work is early so please let us know if you using storage and remember > to open issues at: https://github.com/juju-solutions/bundle-canonical- > kubernetes/issues > > -- > Juju Charmer > Canonical Group Ltd. > Ubuntu - Linux for human beings | www.ubuntu.com > Juju - The fastest way to model your application | www.jujucharms.com > > -- > Juju mailing list > Juju@lists.ubuntu.com > Modify settings or unsubscribe at: https://lists.ubuntu.com/ > mailman/listinfo/juju > >
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