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Reinstall labnodepool1001.eqiad.wmnet
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labnodepool1001.eqiad.wmnet has been setup as a proof of concept for Nodepool. @dduvall and @hashar have root access on it.

I think all the bits have been properly put in puppet now and it is time to reinstall the image and have it reconfigured solely via puppet.

There is a few blocking tasks though.

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hashar changed the task status from Open to Stalled.Jul 28 2015, 3:40 PM

Stalled for now.

Stalled for now.

is this a hashar is going on vacation stall? :)

Potentially vacations will be a blocker. I have too look at the Debian packages available in apt.wikimedia.org since I think I have manually installed some ;-(

Will reinstall it with @Andrew on Wednesday 29th.

Gotta look at it tonight to figure out which .deb package might be missing, and prepare them for upload on apt.wm.o

Before rebuilding the system, I wanted to make sure all .deb package dependencies are on apt.wikimedia.org.

The Nodepool requirements.txt file list the python modules:

pbr>=0.6,!=0.7,<1.0

gear
PyYAML
python-jenkins
paramiko>1.9.0
python-daemon>=2.0.4
extras
statsd>=1.0.0,<3.0
apscheduler>=2.1.1,<3.0
sqlalchemy>=0.8.2,<0.9.0
pyzmq>=13.1.0,<14.0.0
python-glanceclient
python-keystoneclient
python-novaclient
PyMySQL
PrettyTable>=0.6,<0.8
six>=1.7.0
diskimage-builder
voluptuous

We have some mismatches:

Required Jessie
statsd < 3.0python-statsd 3.0.1
slqalchemy < 0.9.0python-sqlalchemy 0.9.8
pyzmq < 14.0.0python-zmq 14.4.0

sqlalchemy and pyzmq are not an issue, I proposed a change upstream to soften the upper bound dependency ( https://review.openstack.org/#/c/173731/ ). The .deb package does not have the upper limit.

statsd is backward incompatible. We will need to bump Nodepool to include 5662105d (0.1.1-3-g5662105). Meanwhile I manually installed python-statsd 2.0.

I gathered all informations I needed. We can reimage the system.

I re-imaged labnodepool1001 and got a clean puppet run. Nice work! Hashar, you can verify that it's behaving adequately and then Chase or I will yank your root privs :)

hashar closed this task as Resolved.Jul 29 2015, 7:52 PM
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Amazing thanks @Andrew . The daemon does not run right now because it depends on statsd 2.0 whereas Jessie has 3.0. Will try to get the patch backported tomorrow.

Kudos!