- add support for arch20147 with pacman.
- drop yaourt complexities.
- add support for debian7, arch20132, fedora18 and ubuntu1304 rackspace images.
- drop support for arch201208 and fedora16 rackspace images
- bump Arch salt version to 0.11.1
- require the salt package and release version in the settings, when building salt on a rolling release such as Arch.
- Arch 2012.08 is now a pure systemd installation
- nova client now requires specifying pub and priv networks during a build. sleep longer during boot stage to prevent extra api calls to rackspace.
- refactor salt states and move them to a new folder.
- add support for changing the remote directory of states and pillars.
- bump Fabric to 1.5.1, later to 1.6 (which helpfully resolved some rebooting issues)
- bump python-novaclient to 2.13.0
- bump Jinja2 to 2.7
- resolve issue #8 by using pgrep to check if salt-master/minion daemons instead of relying on Fabric.
- deprecate explicit support for rackspace api v1
0.5.4, 0.5.5, 0.5.6, 0.5.7, 0.5.8 (13.09.2012)¶
- fix setup.py and use a MANIFEST.in to include configuration files
- some fixes to the provided salt-states
- debian 6 is now supported on rackspace with salt
CHANGES: * the fab all task has been renamed to fab each, mostly to
avoid the name clash with the Python’s global all() method.
- the fab provision task has been renamed to fab bootstrap and a new fab configure task has been added to better clarify intent. Additionaly a thorough refactoring of core.py has taken place.
- instead of aborting, a y/n continue prompt has been added when a rackspace server found to be not ACTIVE.
- add a test runner that runs all builds, logs output and scans for failures
- add a requirements.txt, so installing in a new virtualenv is simpler when working on the bootmachine
- friendlier time counter while waiting for servers to boot
- add a warning prompt to require confirmation before deleting servers, with an option to force.
- changed fab all reboot_servers() to fab reboot_server(servername)
- added an internal __set_ssh_vars(valid_object) method. After performing a few sanity tests this method adds reliable ssh variables to the passed in object (env or server).
- add a bootmachine-pillar/deploymachine.sls as an example of where post bootmachine pillar data can be stored. Bootmachine boots your servers, deploymachine is the states for your custom stack.
- fix require relationship between users/ssh/iptables states
- fix iptables issues and simplify the salt-state
- upgrade salt-state for grub to install and use grub2
- fix the recent glibc update that broke the build
- add a salt-state for the rc.conf
- add a way for the saltmaster to open a port for newly booted minions
- use hostname instead of ip in the salt-minion config
- follow netcfg best practice, by removing networking settings from rc.conf
0.5.0 (23.07.2012) – Initial release.¶
The bootmachine grew out of the desire to automate the launching, configuration, and scaling of a stack of servers in the cloud.
The provider, configurator, and distro functionality has been written in such a way that each module is pluggable. Therefore customization and extension can be achieved with little effort.
The bootmachine has existing modules for Rackspace, Salt and a handful of distros. Additional modules could easily be written to support EC2, Chef, Puppet, and other distros.
Any contributions to the core or submissions of new modules for the contrib will be much appreciated. I’d like to see this project allow developers to switch between providers with ease, simplify the process of configuring a cloud stack, and encourage experimentation with new distros.
This is not a 1.0 yet, but please give it a try. It has been working well for me and I’m excited about this first public release.
Github page: https://github.com/rizumu/bootmachine