Commit 8b868b40 authored by Balazs's avatar Balazs
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added documentation file - probably has to be re-structured because of layout

parent 598c2c35
......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ class SOE(service_orchestrator.Execution):
# TODO this will fail! :-) Fix
from import BUNDLE_DIR
rootFolder = "/app/data/"
rootFolder = "data/"
f = open(rootFolder + "cluster.yaml")
clusterTemplate =
# Run Service Manager and instantiate Service Orchestrator Instances
# clone the necessary Git repositories
git clone
git clone
git clone
# Docker needs to be installed if you would like to build the Docker image.
# The Docker image has to be built for the Cloud Controller.
# The bundle for the Docker image is within the disco Git repository.
# As the currently published image on Docker Hub (amnion/haas) is accepting all the system specific settings as attributes, this step might not be necessary.
# But for completeness' sake: The Dockerfile file for the instructions lies within the bundle directory. After configuring the bundle/wsgi/ file as well as the needed files within the bundle/data subdirectory (especially the service_manifest.json), the Docker image can be built and pushed to the Docker Hub.
# In the /bundle/data/service_manifest.json file, the optional attributes to the service orchestrator have to be declared. All the other files are specific to the individual service orchestrator's operation; in this case, those are Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) templates, bash scripts for setting up the cluster and the Hadoop configuration files.
# The service manager has to be configured as well, though this is only one config file. In this case, this file is located at etc/sm.cfg. The main entries that have to be changed are the following: in the section [service_manager], the entry manifest has to point to the service_manifest.json file of the service orchestrator. bundle_location is this case (OpenShift v3) the path to the Docker image on the Docker Hub. design_uri is the keystone endpoint where the HOT should be deployed.
# If the service shouldn't be registered in keystone, the entry register_service in subsection [service_manager_admin] can be set to False and the further settings are not important.
# Under the section [cloud_controller], the access configuration to the cloud controller API has to be set. Currently, this has to be an OpenShift installation; in this case, it's an OpenShift v3 instance.
# create virtual environment if you want to have a contained environment
virtualenv /tmp/mcn
source /tmp/mcn/bin/activate
# maybe some dependencies won't be met - I had to install python-monascaclient with pip for instance
cd mcn_cc_sdk && python install && cd ..
cd hurtle_sm && python install && cd ..
# For starting the service manager, only the config file has to be given.
service_manager -c /path/to/disco/etc/sm.cfg
# As the SM is blocking the terminal, in a new terminal, the commands to the SM can be executed.
export URL="" # URL & port of executed SM
export OTERM="haas" # name of the service
export KID=xxx # keystone token
export TENANT=xxx # OpenStack tenant name
# check for the service type
curl -v -X GET -H 'Content-type: text/occi' -H 'X-Auth-Token: '$KID -H 'X-Tenant-Name: '$TENANT $URL/-/
# create a service orchestrator instance - will return instance URL in the Location header; in this example, also the attribute icclab.haas.slave.number will be set to 2
curl -v -X POST $URL/$OTERM/ -H 'Category: '$OTERM'; scheme=""; class="kind";' -H 'Content-type: text/occi' -H 'X-Auth-Token: '$KID -H 'X-Tenant-Name: '$TENANT -H 'X-OCCI-Attribute: icclab.haas.slave.number="2"'
# $ID is the last part of the url above returned
curl -v -X GET -H 'Content-type: text/occi' -H 'X-Auth-Token: '$KID -H 'X-Tenant-Name: '$TENANT $URL/$OTERM/$ID
# delete service orchestrator instance
curl -v -X DELETE -H 'Content-type: text/occi' -H 'X-Auth-Token: '$KID -H 'X-Tenant-Name: '$TENANT $URL/$OTERM/$ID
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