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Mergepy is gone. We can now rename our primary overcloud
template to be more sensible.
- This change adds Puppet-lint bits for checking Puppet manifests.
Signed-off-by: Gael Chamoulaud <email@example.com>
Proper VLAN support requires adding the IP address to a new device,
rather than br-ex/br-ctlplane. This is added in the
tripleo-image-elements change https://review.openstack.org/103449
(I3f77f72ac623792e844dbb4d501b6ab269141f8e) and here we just expose
it with appropriate glue to get the IP address from Neutron.
With this we can now describe a VLAN public interface scenario
to the undercloud and overcloud control planes.
There is no need for a tuskar-specific undercloud template. Tuskar is
installed via elements just like any other undercloud service.
This template is not being used in devtest and I'm not sure it ever has
To support the changes to the cinder element to allow the nfs
backend to be utilized, this template has been added to show
the usage of the nfs_shares key in the cinder metadata.
The value is a list of strings containing share addresses.
This change is added to facilitate an example to test
the cinder element change: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/74563/
You may setup the nfs server manually or use the nfs-server
element at https://review.openstack.org/#/c/74712/.
Now that merge.py is invokable from another script
(Ia6b6416fe10358d23f2b120283eecaf4c1178cfd) and from comments at that
review, it makes sense to offer a nicer way to consume the merge
Once you git clone tripleo-heat-templates you can python setup.py
install and get /usr/bin/tripleo_heat_merge as well as a
tripleo_heat_merge package in python2.7/site-packages.
Makefile edits required because we moved merge.py into the
tripleo_heat_merge directory for the packaging.
This will require some changes to our devtest scripts
and TOCI to ensure we build the overcloud-vm template
before attempting to use it.
merge.py is undocumented and untested, which is undesirable, as it does
not seem to be going away any time soon.
We don't want someone accidentally committing them.