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Re: [equinox-dev] [prov] Shared install

I think that independently of the scenario, if we are taking the approach
of a split bundles.txt, you always need a minimal setup setting up a system
capable of reconciling.

On one hand the maya case really looks like a "shared install" one, but I
wonder if this can be achieved without replacing the implementation of some
core objects like profile. But before discussing that let's focus on some
simple things.

Another point: the bundles.txt can be read from any URL.

equinox-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 08/21/2007 12:17:00 PM:

> Pascal,
> In the case of a shared linux installation, there is the potential
> that what you could describe would work though for other situations
> such as with Maya where the "shared" profile comes from a location
> other than the local file system, this would be a bit simplistic.
> For a first pass Andrew and I are going to do an implementation that
> would run the reconciler on each launch.  Once we determine the
> performance impacts of doing so, we will then determine if it is
> worth optimizing the algorithm further.  This will allow us to get
> our feet wet with the provisioning code and have something running
> in hopefully short order.
> I'll go ahead and write up some of the discussions on a Wiki page.
> Tim

> On 8/21/07, Pascal Rapicault < Pascal_Rapicault@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Tim, Andrew,
> For records, could you guys write a short wiki describing the various
> approaches we talked about to implement shared installs? In a few months
> this will help us remember why/or not we've done what we've done :-)
> Also , following the call, Simon and I had further discussions and
> a good approach would be:
> - simple configurator reads the user bundles.txt
> - simple configurator reads the shared bundles txt
> - if the shared bundles.txt has changed, only run with its content
> bundles from the user), since it should be a consistent whole (composed
> the agent / reconciler)
> - then run the reconciler on the running profile (we may need another
> operation on the director or something like that). Note here I'm not
> when it is actually run and this should just be configurable.
> Something like that offers the advantage that
> - we don't need to have another configurator as we had touched on
> previously
> - we should always be able to start something
> - gives flexibility as to when the reconciliation should be done
> HTH,
> PaScaL
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