The kolla-kubernetes deliverable requires COPY_ONCE not COPY_ALWAYS.
Some operators prefer immutability over hand-modification of configuration
files on all nodes.
Therefore, I propose we keep both in place.
From: Jeffrey Zhang <zhang.lei....@gmail.com>
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Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 7:27 PM
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [kolla] propose to remove COPY_ONCE feature
Kolla has a config_strategy option during deployment. it supports COPY_ONCE and
COPY_ALWAYS. which means whether copy the configuration files defined in
config.json again during starting containers.
COPY_ALWAYS: copy all configuration files always during every start ( default
value now )
COPY_ONCE: copy only once for the first start, then it
won't copy even the configuration is changed
COPY_ALWAYS is more common for most users. change configuration, then restart
containers and it works. but COPY_ONCE is not. after changing the configuration,
should remove the container and start it again.
for COPY_ONCE, the pro is keeping immutability of the container. the con is
making thing difficult. no matter for kolla code or end-user.
I am curiosity does end-user really care about the immutability cause by
configuration file? how many user really need such a feature?
So I propose to remove COPY_ONCE.
any idea is welcome ;)
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