F23 System Wide Change: Layered Docker Image Build Service
pingou at pingoured.fr
Fri Jul 3 07:06:21 UTC 2015
On Fri, Jul 03, 2015 at 02:59:48AM -0400, Jan Kurik wrote:
> = Proposed System Wide Change: Layered Docker Image Build Service =
> Change owner(s):
> * Colin Walters <walters AT redhat DOT com>
> * Adam Miller <maxamillion AT gmail DOT com >
> * Tomas Tomecek <ttomecek AT redhat DOT com>
> * Tim Waugh <twaugh AT redhat DOT com>
> Fedora currently ships a Docker base image, but Docker supports a layering concept. There are some applications like Cockpit which we would like to ship as layered applications.
> This change will deploy the build service to support building and delivering a set of layered Docker images, and will enable Fedora contributors to create and maintain Dockerfiles from which those images will be generated.
> == Detailed Description ==
> This change opens up an new type of official binary artifact produced by Fedora. Currently, we produce two main types of artifacts: RPMs, and images. The RPMs are created in Koji from specfiles in dist-git. The images come in different formats, but have in common creation in Koji from kickstart files — this includes the official Fedora Docker Base Image. This change introduces a new type of image, a Docker Layered Image, which is created from a Dockerfile and builds on top of that base image.
> The system has five major parts:
> * A command-line client — already integrated into rpkg; needs only minor work to enable in fedpkg
> * dist-git for Dockerfiles
> * A koji plugin, containerbuild
> * An OpenShift 3 backend
> * A distribution mechanism; initially, this will be
> 1. ftp/http mirror (either alt or main mirrors), and
> 2. pushed to upstream Docker hub (running our own registry is currently out of scope; see below)
> For more information, see this presentation for the high level overview of the whole system.
> == Scope ==
> For the Scope of this Change please check https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/Layered_Docker_Image_Build_Service#Scope
Is this an F23 or an F24 change proposal? I thought the deadline to propose F23
changes was June 23rd.
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