Best practices for "fat" charms
kapil.thangavelu at canonical.com
Tue Apr 1 19:36:22 UTC 2014
fwiw. deployer/bundles have support for an explicit build phase for this
reason.. basically a build hook in charms is run prior to deploying. i'd
like to push it a bit further to deployer bundles as an archive format
that can be completely self-contained for an app.
On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 3:07 PM, Jorge O. Castro <jorge at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Matt Bruzek and I have been doing some charm testing on a machine that
> does not have general access to the internet. So charms that pull from
> PPAs, github, etc. do not work.
> We've been able to "fatten" the charms by doing things like creating a
> /files directory in the charm itself and putting the
> package/tarball/jar file in there, and given the networking issues
> that we might face in production environments that we should start
> thinking about best practices for having charms with payloads instead
> of pulling from a network source.
> Marco has some ideas on how we can generalize this and he will respond
> to this thread.
> Jorge Castro
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