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From "Magnus Andersson (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (LIBCLOUD-562) Add support for Google-Containers project for VM Images
Date Sun, 25 May 2014 17:57:01 GMT

     [ https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LIBCLOUD-562?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel
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Magnus Andersson updated LIBCLOUD-562:
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    Description: 
Recently Google have released a google VM Image that comes with docker preinstalled and supports
docker provisioning via metadata.

Toady in libcloud both debian and centos images are supported by matching against the VM name
and then injecting the appropiate project name (debian-cloud and centos-cloud).

To support Google Containers the method needs to look as follows for release 0.14.1 of libcloud:

{code:title=gce.py|borderStyle=solid}
    def ex_get_image(self, partial_name):
        if (partial_name.startswith('https://') or partial_name.startswith('projects/google-containers/global/images/')):
            response = self.connection.request(partial_name, method='GET')
            return self._to_node_image(response.object)

        image = self._match_images(None, partial_name)
        if not image:
            if partial_name.startswith('debian'):
                image = self._match_images('debian-cloud', partial_name)
            elif partial_name.startswith('centos'):
                image = self._match_images('centos-cloud', partial_name)
            elif partial_name.startswith('container-vm'):
                image = self._match_images('google-containers', partial_name)

        return image
{code}

  was:
Recently Google have released a google VM Image that comes with docker preinstalled and supports
docker provisioning via metadata.

Toady in libcloud both debian and centos images are supported by matching against the VM name
and then injecting the appropiate project name (debian-cloud and centos-cloud).

To support Google Containers the method needs to look as follows in file gce.py for release
0.14.1 of libcloud:

    def ex_get_image(self, partial_name):
        if (partial_name.startswith('https://') or partial_name.startswith('projects/google-containers/global/images/')):
            response = self.connection.request(partial_name, method='GET')
            return self._to_node_image(response.object)

        image = self._match_images(None, partial_name)
        if not image:
            if partial_name.startswith('debian'):
                image = self._match_images('debian-cloud', partial_name)
            elif partial_name.startswith('centos'):
                image = self._match_images('centos-cloud', partial_name)
            elif partial_name.startswith('container-vm'):
                image = self._match_images('google-containers', partial_name)

        return image



> Add support for Google-Containers project for VM Images
> -------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: LIBCLOUD-562
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/LIBCLOUD-562
>             Project: Libcloud
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Compute
>            Reporter: Magnus Andersson
>
> Recently Google have released a google VM Image that comes with docker preinstalled and
supports docker provisioning via metadata.
> Toady in libcloud both debian and centos images are supported by matching against the
VM name and then injecting the appropiate project name (debian-cloud and centos-cloud).
> To support Google Containers the method needs to look as follows for release 0.14.1 of
libcloud:
> {code:title=gce.py|borderStyle=solid}
>     def ex_get_image(self, partial_name):
>         if (partial_name.startswith('https://') or partial_name.startswith('projects/google-containers/global/images/')):
>             response = self.connection.request(partial_name, method='GET')
>             return self._to_node_image(response.object)
>         image = self._match_images(None, partial_name)
>         if not image:
>             if partial_name.startswith('debian'):
>                 image = self._match_images('debian-cloud', partial_name)
>             elif partial_name.startswith('centos'):
>                 image = self._match_images('centos-cloud', partial_name)
>             elif partial_name.startswith('container-vm'):
>                 image = self._match_images('google-containers', partial_name)
>         return image
> {code}



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