[Interop-dev] Salt, Docker, generator images
Tue Feb 24 10:17:34 CET 2015
Thanks for sharing.
Could you expand a bit more on the wireless-info and netmeasured repos?
On 02/23/2015 07:39 PM, Mitar wrote:
> Just wanting to share some new stuff we have been using in wlan
> slovenija network.
> So for managing our servers, we started using Salt and Docker. You can
> find our Salt configurations here:
> We are putting all stuff into Docker images. Like nodewatcher, routing, etc.
> And interesting thing we started doing is putting OpenWrt firmware
> generators for each platform into its own Docker image:
> In this way it is easy to share already compiled firmware generators.
> People do not have to compile them themselves. You can then simply SSH
> into it and compile images for that platform. (We use nodewatcher to
> connect to them and compile based on the set of packages our users want
> and with configuration baked in into the image itself.)
> For gateways and VPN servers, we are simply using (or planing to use)
> OpenWrt images generated by nodewatcher. :-) For x86 platform and it
> works. In this way it is easy to reuse the existing stack. The servers
> above are mostly for website, nodewatcher itself, etc.
> We have also quite few OpenWrt packages:
> So for OpenWrt we are trying to put everything into packages. For
> servers into Docker images.
> For configuring the network stack for Docker we are using:
> Some random apps we created:
> I am sharing all this stuff so that others see if there is anything
> interesting so that we do not duplicate too much things. Or that we
> might use the same patterns/tools to be easier to reuse. Like Salt,
> Docker. The most interesting for me is that if we would agree upon a
> simple format for generator images, it would be a great way to share
> firmware builders one can simply plug into their own systems. We all use
> OpenWrt based stuff, this is then just to make module around it so that
> I can ship to somebody a firmware they are not used to, but they can
> still generate it with tools they are used to.
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