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From dlyle65535 <>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-metron pull request #436: METRON-671: Refactor existing Ansible de...
Date Thu, 02 Feb 2017 18:52:57 GMT
GitHub user dlyle65535 opened a pull request:

    METRON-671: Refactor existing Ansible deployment to use Ambari MPack

    This is the first set of changes to enable Ansible installation to use the Ambari MPack.
It currently works (in my environment) with full-dev using sensor-stubs. It will not work
with Quick-Dev or EC2 at this time.
    It's (well past - sorry) starting to get large, so I wanted to push it out for feedback
while I'm working issues with the distributed install.
    Some points of interest:
    - As discussed, components (ES, Kibana, Metron Topologies) that are managed by Ambari
are removed from Monit
    - I had added a notion of 'required configurations' to the blueprint and ambari_cluster_state
script so blueprint verification would pass.
    - I've refactored our Ansible host groupings (see inventory/full-dev-platform/hosts).
The Metron group is now the host that we use as the Metron services master.
    - I cleaned up the very minimum number of issues that @mattf-horton found in [METRON-609](
required to make single-node deployment work with the MPack. It's my intention to work to
get his changes incorporated on top of the final version of this changeset.
    - I removed the Solr role from Ansible. My current intention is to open a Jira to add
a Solr Indexing component to the MPack.
    Immediate next steps:
    - [ ] Get the EC2 distributed install working.
    - [ ] Adjust readmes and docs where required.
    - [ ] Merge in Matt's changes and make required PRs on his branch (if any).
    - [ ] Document test plan
    I also hope to receive and respond to feedback.

You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull METRON-671

Alternatively you can review and apply these changes as the patch at:

To close this pull request, make a commit to your master/trunk branch
with (at least) the following in the commit message:

    This closes #436
commit 01cd4216754861c7eaf58c04472fb2a8125a6f28
Author: David Lyle <>
Date:   2017-01-23T20:47:14Z

    METRON-671: Refactor existing Ansible deployment to use Ambari MPack


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