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authorCristina Pauna <cristina.pauna@enea.com>2017-09-15 15:12:45 +0300
committerCristina Pauna <cristina.pauna@enea.com>2017-09-15 17:06:21 +0300
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Fuel/MCP no longer packages the installer in an iso, therefore these building instructions are obsolete. JIRA:ARMBAND-293 Change-Id: I18e5a7beb41656f0c6b61dccbe5609530e2b70b6 Signed-off-by: Cristina Pauna <cristina.pauna@enea.com>
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-.. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
-.. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
-.. (c) Open Platform for NFV Project, Inc. and its contributors
-
-========
-Abstract
-========
-
-This document describes how to build the Fuel deployment tool for the
-AArch64 Danube release of OPNFV build system, dependencies and required
-system resources.
-
-============
-Introduction
-============
-
-This document describes the build system used to build the Fuel
-deployment tool for the AArch64 Danube release of OPNFV, required
-dependencies and minimum requirements on the host to be used for the
-build system.
-
-The Fuel build system is designed around Docker containers such that
-dependencies outside of the build system can be kept to a minimum. It
-also shields the host from any potential dangerous operations
-performed by the build system.
-
-The audience of this document is assumed to have good knowledge in
-network and Unix/Linux administration.
-
-Due to early docker and nodejs support on AArch64, we will still use an
-x86_64 Fuel Master to build and deploy an AArch64 target pool, as well
-as an x86_64 build machine for building the OPNFV ISO.
-
-============
-Requirements
-============
-
-Minimum Hardware Requirements
-=============================
-
-- ~50 GB available disc
-
-- 4 GB RAM
-
-Minimum Software Requirements
-=============================
-
-The build host should run Ubuntu 14.04 or 16.04 (x86_64) operating system.
-
-On the host, the following packages must be installed:
-
-- An x86_64 host (Bare-metal or VM) with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS installed
-
- - **Note:** Builds on Wily (Ubuntu 15.x) are currently not supported
- - A kernel equal- or later than 3.19 (Vivid), simply available through
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-vivid
-
-- docker - see https://docs.docker.com/installation/ubuntulinux/ for
- installation notes for Ubuntu 14.04. Note: use the latest version from
- Docker (docker-engine) and not the one in Ubuntu 14.04.
-
-- git
-
-- make
-
-- curl
-
-Apart from docker, all other package requirements listed above are
-simply available through:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ sudo apt-get install git make curl
-
-
-============
-Preparations
-============
-
-Setting up the Docker build container
-=====================================
-
-After having installed Docker, add yourself to the docker group:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ sudo usermod -a -G docker [userid]
-
-Also make sure to define relevant DNS servers part of the global
-DNS chain in your </etc/default/docker> configuration file.
-Uncomment, and modify the values appropriately.
-
-For example:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- DOCKER_OPTS=" --dns=8.8.8.8 --dns=8.8.8.4"
-
-Then restart docker:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ sudo service docker restart
-
-Setting up OPNFV Gerrit in order to being able to clone the code
-----------------------------------------------------------------
-
-- Start setting up OPNFV gerrit by creating a SSH key (unless you
- don't already have one), create one with ssh-keygen
-
-- Add your generated public key in OPNFV Gerrit (https://gerrit.opnfv.org/)
- (this requires a Linux foundation account, create one if you do not
- already have one)
-
-- Select "SSH Public Keys" to the left and then "Add Key" and paste
- your public key in.
-
-Clone the armband@OPNFV code Git repository with your SSH key
--------------------------------------------------------------
-
-Now it is time to clone the code repository:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ git clone ssh://<Linux foundation user>@gerrit.opnfv.org:29418/armband
-
-Now you should have the OPNFV armband repository with its
-directories stored locally on your build host.
-
-Check out the Danube release:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ cd armband
- $ git checkout danube.3.0
-
-Clone the armband@OPNFV code Git repository without a SSH key
--------------------------------------------------------------
-
-You can also opt to clone the code repository without a SSH key:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ git clone https://gerrit.opnfv.org/gerrit/armband
-
-Make sure to checkout the release tag as described above.
-
-Support for building behind a http/https/rsync proxy
-====================================================
-
-The build system is able to make use of a web proxy setup if the
-http_proxy, https_proxy, no_proxy (if needed) and RSYNC_PROXY or
-RSYNC_CONNECT_PROG environment variables have been set before invoking make.
-
-The proxy setup must permit port 80 (http) and 443 (https).
-Rsync protocol is currently not used during build process.
-
-Important note about the host Docker daemon settings
-----------------------------------------------------
-
-The Docker daemon on the host must be configured to use the http proxy
-for it to be able to pull the base Ubuntu 14.04 image from the Docker
-registry before invoking make! In Ubuntu this is done by adding a line
-like:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- export http_proxy="http://10.0.0.1:8888/"
-
-to </etc/default/docker> and restarting the Docker daemon.
-
-Setting proxy environment variables prior to build
---------------------------------------------------
-
-The build system will make use the following environment variables
-that needs to be exported to subshells by using export (bash) or
-setenv (csh/tcsh).
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- http_proxy (or HTTP_PROXY)
- https_proxy (or HTTP_PROXY)
- no_proxy (or NO_PROXY)
- RSYNC_PROXY
- RSYNC_CONNECT_PROG
-
-As an example, these are the settings that were put in the user's
-.bashrc when verifying the proxy build functionality:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- export RSYNC_PROXY=10.0.0.1:8888
- export http_proxy=http://10.0.0.1:8888
- export https_proxy=http://10.0.0.1:8888
- export no_proxy=localhost,127.0.0.1,.consultron.com,.sock
-
-Using a ssh proxy for the rsync connection
-------------------------------------------
-
-If the proxy setup is not allowing the rsync protocol, an alternative
-solution is to use a SSH tunnel to a machine capable of accessing the
-outbound port 873. Set the RSYNC_CONNECT_PROG according to the rsync
-manual page (for example to "ssh <username>@<hostname> nc %H 873")
-to enable this. Also note that netcat needs to be installed on the
-remote system!
-
-Make sure that the ssh command also refers to the user on the remote
-system, as the command itself will be run from the Docker build container
-as the root user (but with the invoking user's SSH keys).
-
-Note! Armband build system uses git submodules to track fuel and
-other upstream repos, so in order to apply the above change, one
-should first initialize the submodules and apply armband patches
-(only needed once):
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ make fuel-patches-import
-
-
-Configure your build environment
-================================
-
-** Configuring the build environment should not be performed if building
-standard Danube release **
-
-Select the versions of the components you want to build by editing
-<armband/armband-fuel-config.mk>.
-
-Note! The same observation as above, before altering Makefile, run:
-
-.. code-block:: bash
-
- $ make fuel-patches-import
-
-
-Non official build: Selecting which plugins to build
-====================================================
-
-In order to cut the build time for unofficial builds (made by an
-individual developer locally), the selection if which Fuel plugins to
-build (if any) can be done by environment variable
-"BUILD_FUEL_PLUGINS" prior to building.
-
-Only the plugin targets from <armband/armband-fuel-config.mk> that
-are specified in the environment variable will then be built. In order to
-completely disable the building of plugins, the environment variable
-is set to " ". When using this functionality, the resulting iso file
-will be prepended with the prefix "unofficial-" to clearly indicate
-that this is not a full build.
-
-This method of plugin selection is not meant to be used from within
-Gerrit!
-
-Note! So far, only ODL, OVS, BGPVPN and Tacker plugins were ported to AArch64.
-
-========
-Building
-========
-
-There are two methods available for building Fuel:
-
-- A low level method using Make
-
-- An abstracted method using build.sh
-
-Low level build method using make
-=================================
-
-The low level method is based on Make:
-
-From the <armband> directory, invoke <make [target]>
-
-Following targets exist:
-
-- release - this will do the same as:
-
- - make submodules-clean fuel-patches-import build
-
-- none/all/build - this will:
-
- - Initialize the docker build environment
-
- - Build Fuel from upstream (as defined by fuel-build/config-spec)
-
- - Build the OPNFV defined plugins/features from upstream
-
- - Build the defined additions to fuel (as defined by the structure
- of this framework)
-
- - Apply changes and patches to fuel (as defined by the structure of
- this framework)
-
- - Reconstruct a fuel .iso image
-
-- clean - this will remove all artifacts from earlier builds.
-
-- debug - this will simply enter the build container without starting a build, from here you can start a build by enter "make iso"
-
-If the build is successful, you will find the generated ISO file in
-the <armband/upstream/fuel/build/release> subdirectory!
-
-Abstracted build method using build.sh
-======================================
-
-The abstracted build method uses the <fuel/ci/build.sh> script which
-allows you to:
-
-- Create and use a build cache - significantly speeding up the
- build time if upstream repositories have not changed.
-
-- push/pull cache and artifacts to an arbitrary URI (http(s):, file:, ftp:)
-
-For more info type <armband/ci/build.sh -h>.
-
-=========
-Artifacts
-=========
-
-The artifacts produced are:
-
-- <OPNFV_XXXX.iso> - Which represents the bootable Fuel for AArch64 image,
- XXXX is replaced with the build identity provided to the build system
-
-- <OPNFV_XXXX.iso.txt> - Which holds version metadata.
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-.. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
-.. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
-.. (c) Open Platform for NFV Project, Inc. and its contributors
-
-.. _armband-development-overview-build-label:
-
-********************************************
-Build instruction for Fuel\@OPNFV on AArch64
-********************************************
-
-.. toctree::
- :numbered:
- :maxdepth: 2
-
- build.instruction.rst
-