ntopng strict snap published
blake.rouse at canonical.com
Mon Aug 8 16:35:38 UTC 2016
Upstream has merged my pull request that places the snapcraft.yaml in the
root of the project.
I now have a question on how I can provide them with an account that will
allow them to upload as ntopng. Currently ntopng is a reserved name. I
would like to setup some travis CI that will auto upload tip of dev into
the edge channel of "ntopng".
On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 2:53 PM, Blake Rouse <blake.rouse at canonical.com>
> Already have pull request into the project.
> ntopng is a reserved name in the snappy store, so I don't know the process
> of getting an account that can have access to that name. Allowing them to
> publish under the correct name.
> On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 1:55 AM, Didier Roche <didrocks at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> Le 04/08/2016 à 17:40, Blake Rouse a écrit :
>> > I have created a ntopng snap for the dev branch of ntopng. The snap
>> > works in strict mode once you connect it to the network-control
>> > interface. I currently registered the snap as ntopng-blake as ntopng
>> > is a reserved name. Let me know what you think.
>> > sudo snap install ntopng-blake
>> > sudo snap connect ntopng-blake:network-control
>> > sudo systemctl restart snap.ntopng-blake.ntopng.service
>> > Login - http://localhost:3000
>> > User - admin
>> > Pass - admin
>> > A couple things that would improve this snap are:
>> > 1. I need the ntopng service to start after the redis service.
>> > Currently in the ntopng service it loops until it can connect to redis
>> > and then spawns the ntopng process. It would be nice to say in
>> > snapcraft start this service after this other service has started.
>> > 2. Since network-control interface is a reserved interface you have to
>> > manually restart the service once the connection is made. It would be
>> > nice to say in snapcraft that this service should be restarted once
>> > the connection is made. Even better would be don't start this service
>> > until this connection is made.
>> > Overall this is an awesome way of getting ntopng running on your
>> > system, directly from tip of dev.
>> > ntopng - https://github.com/ntop/ntopng
>> > ntopng-snap - https://github.com/blakerouse/ntopng-snap
>> Excellent work Blake!
>> Do you think there is any chance that you propose it to upstream for
>> merging your snapcraft.yaml to their upstream tree?
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