Fedora 22 is out, Fedora 23 is coming :)
walters at verbum.org
Thu Jun 4 16:43:34 UTC 2015
On Thu, Jun 4, 2015, at 12:31 PM, Josh Boyer wrote:
> If you
> don't have python, you don't have yum/dnf which means updating your
> kernel in your cloud image at _runtime_ is a PITA.
OSTree has built in support for updating the kernel at "runtime". The fact
that it does so atomically in concert with the rest of userspace is an
important aspect of how it works.
Systems (by default) have two kernels and two userspaces which share storage;
if both userspace trees reference the same kernel, the storage isn't duplicated.
If you aren't
> updating your kernels at runtime and are instead relying on the whole
> image to be respun (ala Atomic or otherwise)
There appears to be some confusion here - Atomic/rpm-ostree is
definitely capable of incremental upgrades that install a new kernel
at "runtime", there's no "whole image to be respun".
The tree is currently composed on a build server, not on the client,
and it is a fresh installroot every time, but clients only download
objects which have changed.
> Secondly, isn't a lack of python in the cloud image going to impact
> their ability to be managed via things like
Mainly Ansible...Chef and Puppet both require agents.
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