Hi Filip, Sure, murano-agent is just a python application, you can easily run this application locally (even in IDE like Pycharm with attached debugger). To send execution plan to the agent you need to publish execution plan to specified queue, results also will be published to the queue.
One trick that can be done to simplify agent development is to a) configure it to listen to some specific queue and run it locally or on VM (you can even run it from IDE under debugger) so that you can edit its code in place b) using code from agent.py write sample application that will send
Hello I would like to test and debug some new features of murano agent like chef recipes. I would like to know how to develop murano agent? How to test and debug new changes in agent code? Creating new image with every change and and test deployment on devstack is time-consuming and not
Hi, murano python client allows to work with Murano API from the console interface (instead of Web UI). To install Murano python client on Ubuntu you can execute the following commands: apt-get update apt-get install python-pip pip install -U pip setuptools pip install python-muranoclient On
Murano agent is required as long as you deploy applications that use it. You can take (write) application that uses Heat Software Configuration instead of Murano agent and use image without agent Sincerely yours, Stan Lagun Principal Software Engineer @ Mirantis sla...@mirantis.com On Mon, Dec
Hi Team, I am installing Murano on the Ubuntu 14.04 Juno setup and would like to know what components need to be installed in a separate VM for Murano agent. Please let me kow why Murano-agent is required and the components that needs to be installed in it. Warm Regards, Raghavendra Lad
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 7:10 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: Please let me kow why Murano-agent is required and the components that needs to be installed in it. You can find more details about murano agent at: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Murano/UnifiedAgent It can be installed