In our meeting today, we decided to include the git package in our simple alpine linux docker image. I need this for EventGate in order to use an initContainer that clones a git repository.
|Open||Ottomata||T185233 Modern Event Platform|
|Resolved||Ottomata||T201068 Modern Event Platform: Stream Intake Service|
|Resolved||Ottomata||T206785 Modern Event Platform: Stream Intake Service (EventGate): Implementation|
|Open||None||T198901 Migrate production services to kubernetes using the pipeline|
|Invalid||None||T212801 TEC3:O3:O3.1:Q3 Goal - Move cxserver, citoid, changeprop, eventgate (new service) and ORES (partially) through the production CD Pipeline|
|Resolved||Ottomata||T211247 Modern Event Platform: Stream Intake Service: Implementation: Deployment Pipeline|
|Declined||akosiaris||T213963 Include git in our alpine docker image on docker-registry.wikimedia.org|
Do not use alpine as a base for your containers if you want to execute them in production. That is strictly limited to debian-based images, for which we can create a reliable upgrade pipeline. Also, we don't want a distro proliferation in production.
Use one of the debian-based nodejs docker images instead. You can add git as an apt package via blubber AIUI.