On 06/25/2015 09:55 PM, Kevin Fenzi wrote:
On Thu, 25 Jun 2015 21:45:10 +0200
Mikolaj Izdebski <mizdebsk(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> As briefly discussed today during the meeting, I would like to
> evaluate the possibility to use our packaged Jenkins in Fedora
> infrastructure, instead of upstream binaries. (Jenkins is
> available in Fedora 21 and later.)
> To get started with development of new Jenkins machines I would need
> someone to create 2 new cloud machines: master with Fedora 22 and with
> any OS (RHEL 6 would be my choice), each machine with at least 1 CPU,
> 2 GB RAM, public IP and root access for me (FAS: mizdebsk).
Also, probibly we want a persistent volume for data?
Persistent storage would be needed in production (and nice to have
earlier), but at this point I think we can live with default cloud image
without extra storage.
> Should I open a ticket for creating the new cloud instances?
Ok, I'll open a ticket.
> 3) Michal Srb is currently looking into packaging Jenkins as
> collection for RHEL 6 and 7. Once (and if) done this could allow
> having RHEL 7 master, with the disadvantage of using "unofficial"
> RPMs from softwarecollections.org
. This is just the beginning and we
> can evaluate having non-Fedora master later, if needed.
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Jenkins
I'd prefer the Fedora master over using SCL's personally.
Of course it means we will need to upgrade the master every 6 months or
year, but hopefully that won't be too bad if everything is packaged in
I rather agree, but this can be decided later.
Software Engineer, Red Hat