We're dropping the old librdmacm for rdma-core, which includes
a bunch of libraries that are now obsolete. The rebuilding of
packages is already in progress, but the bundles need unbreaking
as well as having a new bundle to collect these tools into.
This bundle is WIP. Its content may move to one of the other
bundles in the future.
bundles/hpc-utils | 10 ++++++++++
bundles/network-basic | 3 +--
bundles/storage-utils | 1 +
3 files changed, 12 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 bundles/hpc-utils
diff --git a/bundles/hpc-utils b/bundles/hpc-utils
new file mode 100644
@@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
+# [TITLE]: hpc-utils
+# [DESCRIPTION]: Provide userspace management programs for various HPC related programs.
+# [STATUS]: WIP
+# [CAPABILITIES]: Manage RDMA and IB devices.
+# [MAINTAINER]: Auke Kok <auke-jan.h.kok(a)intel.com>
diff --git a/bundles/network-basic b/bundles/network-basic
index 1162f47..715aa8a 100644
@@ -23,8 +23,6 @@ iptables
@@ -38,6 +36,7 @@ openvswitch
diff --git a/bundles/storage-utils b/bundles/storage-utils
index b10c14c..fe6cb59 100644
@@ -20,6 +20,7 @@ nvme-cli
just a heads up that we'll be reconfiguring some of the network topology around download.clearlinux.org and
the CDN infra behind that, tomorrow morning. If all goes well nobody will notice, but if the intended
change is not working well enough (say an outage) we may need to back out and I've been told the worst case outage
would be in the order of an hour.
Just noticed I did not respond to the list.
On 9/27/17, 12:07 AM, "Nesius, Robert A" <robert.a.nesius(a)intel.com> wrote:
On 9/26/17, 8:11 PM, "Dev on behalf of Allen, Benjamin S." <dev-bounces(a)lists.clearlinux.org on behalf of bsallen(a)alcf.anl.gov> wrote:
Trying to fill in some gaps in the build automation around Clear.
Thanks for your questions.
- How are non-autospec packages being tracked, e.g. clearlinux-pkgs/linux?
Spec files generated by autospec have the following comments in them:
# This file is auto-generated. DO NOT EDIT
# Generated by: autospec.py
The set of packages not autospec’d is implied by the absence of this comment. I know. Our inferencing techniques are awe-inspiring. :)
- Would it be possible for this special casing to be be baked into one or more variables of the Makefile of the package, so we can conditionally take action in a Makefile.common, eg. BUILDTYPE=mock
- Should we update the URL variable in the Makefile of such packages to parse out the upstream URL from the SPEC file if the SPEC is the source of truth for that package, eg. URL := $(shell grep Source0 linux.spec | tr -d " " | cut -f 2- -d:)
In practice, it doesn’t matter for us but I see the consistency angle in your suggestion.
- What's generating release notes, eg. https://download.clearlinux.org/current/RELEASENOTES?
- What's generating the licenses file in releases, eg. https://download.clearlinux.org/current/licenses?
We haven’t released these scripts yet. The script that builds the licenses file just rips through the spec files in a release and aggregates the Licenses found...
- Configs at https://download.clearlinux.org/current/config/image/ don't appear to have the Ister config for the PXE image. Is https://github.com/bryteise/ister/blob/master/create_pxe.sh used with the live image as input?
Yep. Nice detective work.
> It's from a customer. I don't really know the details. Sorry.
> Currently Hyper-V doesn't support Unrestricted Guests for nested hypervisors (but
> I suppose it would be supported soon) and the customer saw a warning about this
> in the compatibility check script. It looks we can ignore the warning, but I'd like to
> know if there would be any consequence.
Currently Clear Containers (CC) 3.0 could be run in Azure platforms, you need
to be sure that the platforms has nested vitalization capable.
Regarding Hyper-V, CC-2.X needs some tweaks to run on top of it, but you
can try with CC-3.0.
Pleas ask to your costumer to try CC-3.0
As CC-3.0 is out CC team is deprecating CC-2.X.
Miguel Bernal Marin Open Source Technology Center
https://clearlinux.org Intel Corporation
1) Does ClearLinux work on m3-7Y30?
2) What is the current situation about ClearLinux on desktop?
3) Does ClearLinux provide appropriate support for laptops (i.e.
default configuration for power efficiency)?
4) Do you have any hint about using ClearLinux on laptop with
constrained resource (i.e. 4/128 GB)?
Thanks in advance!
Thanks for taking the time to write down your questions.
On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 11:38:48AM -0700, Douglas, William wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 12:57 AM, Alessio Igor Bogani
> <alessioigorbogani(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello everyone,
> > 1) Does ClearLinux work on m3-7Y30?
> It should yes based on the instruction set it supports.
> > 2) What is the current situation about ClearLinux on desktop?
> I'll leave answering this to Marcos.
Clearlinux runs GNOME 3, while it's not one of our priorities, we do
provide an usable desktop environment (so you may find some rough
edges). We use it for ourselves, and we'll keep it working and fix
bugs in it.
> > 3) Does ClearLinux provide appropriate support for laptops (i.e.
> > default configuration for power efficiency)?
> We do not really target laptops but the distro aims to be perform well
> in power efficiency.
> > 4) Do you have any hint about using ClearLinux on laptop with
> > constrained resource (i.e. 4/128 GB)?
> 4 GB of memory isn't a problem, Clear Linux aims to perform in tightly
> memory contained use cases like VM clients where memory is an order of
> magnitude smaller (I think we test at 256 MB).
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Ciao,
> > Alessio
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Add nagios user and group for nrpe so Clear Linux can be used as a
sysusers.d/clear.conf | 3 +++
1 file changed, 3 insertions(+)
diff --git a/sysusers.d/clear.conf b/sysusers.d/clear.conf
index a1b551a..a089e0b 100644
@@ -166,6 +166,9 @@ u dbginfo 317 "debug information owner" -
# Apache Zookeeper
u zookeeper 318 "Apache Zookeeper user" -
+# Nagios user
+u nagios 319 "Nagios user" -
# Virtualbox user
u vboxadd 501 "VirtualBox user" /run/vboxadd
g vboxsf 502 - -