Orchestrating a patch installation scenario in a application sever cluster
john at arbash-meinel.com
Fri May 24 11:36:03 UTC 2013
There is already code for 'juju upgrade-charm'. I know there are plans for
it to allow "canary" upgrades (upgrade one, make sure everything is still
stable, upgrade the next batch, etc). I think the functionality is very
basic at this moment, but it is where I would look.
On May 24, 2013 2:09 PM, <franck.dehay at orange.com> wrote:
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> Sorry, I don’t have any answer to offer but I would really like one as
> Our ops teams need a nice way to propagate changes to each node (rolling
> restart for unstable java stack, cache clearing on web services, apache
> graceful restart…)****
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> Or is the answer: once the api is there, you can code it yourself?****
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