As a user, I can use a single script to install k3s and launch pulp-operator
The pulpproject.org needs to display instructions for how users can try out a demo of Pulp 3. The user should be instructed to run a single script called pulp-3-demo.sh. This script should install docker, k3s, and run the up.sh script from pulp-operator repo. This script should work on at least CentOS 7 and Fedora 30, but hopefully on Ubuntu also.
Problem: HTTP requests to containers hang over IPv6
Solution: Bind to IPv6, and thus impliclty IPv4. This implicit listen can reliably happen in containers because of network namespaces.
Also, standardize container script syntax.
#5 Updated by email@example.com over 1 year ago
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I'm developing it within my personal repo for misc Vagrant files for now:
#8 Updated by firstname.lastname@example.org over 1 year ago
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The script is ready, users can just download and run:
The PR included changes to other scripts in the repo to accommodate it.
CI is working on the Travis Ubuntu 16.04 host.
Vagrantfiles exist for manually testing Ubuntu 16.04, CentOS 7, and Fedora 30.
Now I need to properly announce it on the website, and possibly a blog post.
Also, I would like to improve the output it and the scripts it calls provide; only the most important details.
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