On Fri, 2015-07-17 at 09:23 -0400, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
At this week's Fedora Server SIG meeting, I indicated that things
looking bleak for landing the containerized memcached role in F23. It
turns out things weren't as bad as I feared (with some caveats).
I was able to find the time this week (mostly by turning off IRC) to
get the memcached role built. It's not the final version I was hoping
for (producing a nulecule app), but it *can* serve memcached using
official Fedora Dockerfiles version of the service uploaded to the
What do I need help with?
* I need someone to run through the open code review requests. I
think things are in good shape, but I would prefer a second set of
So, what can it do right now?
* You can deploy a memcached role entirely on the local machine, the
same way that you can deploy the database server role or the domain
* You can deploy the role with no arguments (it has sensible
* You can pass arguments to control the cache size, number of
connections and number of threads.
* You can pass a special boolean argument "contained". This will
the role to be deployed by pulling down the fedora/memcached image
Docker Hub and creating a systemd unit file to load it at boot.
* The containerized version is just that; memcached in a container.
has no advanced orchestration capabilities.
* The version of the fedora/memcached image in the Docker Hub
have the capability to tune the same values as the local version.
now, these are ignored. I have a pull request open to fix this.
I just built a COPR repo containing all of the patches currently up for
Please feel welcome (nee: encouraged) to install it on F22, F23 or
Rawhide and put it through its paces.