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Tupperware: Mozilla apps in Docker!

Announcing Tupperware, a setup for Mozilla apps in Docker! Tupperware is portable, reusable, and containerized. But unlike typical tupperware, please do not put it in the Microwave. Why? This is a project born out of a need to lower the barriers to entry for new contributors to Release Engineering (RelEng) maintained apps and services. Historically, RelEng has had greater difficulty attracting community contributors than other parts of Mozilla, due in large part to how much knowledge is needed to get going in the first place. For a new contributor, it can be quite overwhelming to jump into any…

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Deployed BuildAPI bug fix, L2 Access, Tupperware

A bunch of new stuff! New Things Deployed BuildAPI 8e291c17c8b6 for Bug 1009565 – done Friday Updated wiki- https://wiki.mozilla.org/ReleaseEngineering/BuildAPI#Updating_code https://wiki.mozilla.org/ReleaseEngineering/HowTo/UpdateBuildAPI Requested level 2 commit access Requested creation of new build repo at hg.m.o/build/tupperware Requested creation of a public Docker repository account for Mozilla where we can place our RelEng docker images New Bugs Bug 1017937 -Commit Access (Level 2) for John Zeller Bug 1017349 -Request for a new repository Bug 1018429 -Create public Docker Index reposit…

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BuildAPI, Buildbot, RabbitMQ and MySQL containers are all up! Some testing left...

BuildAPI, Buildbot, RabbitMQ and MySQL containers are all up now! To run pull http://hg.mozilla.org/users/jozeller_mozilla.com/vagrant-docker-setup and run 'vagrant up' from the vagrant-docker-setup/ directory. The vagrant up command will take several minutes to run the first time because it needs to pull the docker images from the Docker Index at docker.io. More to come tomorrow on this. NOTE: Buildbot seems to be running, but I have not been able to test full functionality just yet. However, the buildapi-app, rabbitmq-app and orchardup/mysql containers run together just fine. To view BuildA…

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Vagrant can now run BuildAPI and RabbitMQ apps

Continuing on from my previous post, I verified that buildapi and selfserve-agent are truly connected and able to exchange over the amqp, and that the entire buildapi application is running well by running similar procedures that work in my local setup. Once I did that I updated the Vagrantfile to forward the vagrant port 8888 to the host port 8888, and to build and start the rabbitmq-app and buildapi-app. In the wild, the Vagrantfile will not be having docker build the docker images, but rather it will pull them from Mozilla's docker repository, which will be a much faster process. As it stan…

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Building BuildAPI Docker app

I am working through building up the BuildAPI Docker app that is going to live and work in Vagrant with the other apps. Currently I have things to the stage where buildapi is fully installed, and running but am having problems with kombu. I have run into these issues before, when I was configuring kombu for the first time on my local machine. When I run docker build -t buildapi-app .**and then docker run -i -p 5000:5000 -t buildapi-app the app starts up fine, but I see the following message about kombu: localhost:buildapi-app jzeller$ docker run -i -p 5000:5000 -t buildapi-app Starting s…

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