Feature #482

Installation of client utilities

Added by Carlos Martín almost 9 years ago. Updated almost 9 years ago.

Status:ClosedStart date:02/09/2011
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Carlos Martín% Done:

0%

Category:CLI
Target version:Release 2.2
Resolution:fixed Pull request:

Description

OpenNebula's install.sh script lets you install either the ec2 or occi client utilities.

There should be an option to install all client related commands, including the CLI (onevm, onevnet, etc.)

Associated revisions

Revision 7adf54e2
Added by Carlos Martín almost 9 years ago

Feature #482: install.sh -c now installs CLI, occi and ec2 client utilities.

Revision 3bc34ef2
Added by Abel Coronado about 2 years ago

B #5378: Edit user's groups in Sunstone (#482)

Revision d7fee00b
Added by Abel Coronado about 2 years ago

B #5378: Edit user's groups in Sunstone (#482)

(cherry picked from commit 3bc34ef2458e94c9913ae6c1fbb4ce5deb01068b)

History

#1 Updated by Zeeshan Shah almost 9 years ago

it will be more good to have client util CLI, ec2, occi etc as rpm, .deb binaries

Zeeshan

#2 Updated by Damien Raude-Morvan almost 9 years ago

Hi,

That's something that matters to me (and Debian users) for next OpenNebula release.
I'm planning to implement this "split" in Debian packages :

http://bugs.debian.org/611282

Cheers,
--
Damien

#3 Updated by Carlos Martín almost 9 years ago

Damien Raude-Morvan wrote:

That's something that matters to me (and Debian users) for next OpenNebula release.
I'm planning to implement this "split" in Debian packages :

Hi Damien,
Did you take a look at the commit? Right now the -c option will install all three client tools: ec2, occi and CLI, and required libs.
Let us know if that's what you were planning for an opennebula-client deb package, or if you need any other additional install options.

Cheers.

#4 Updated by Damien Raude-Morvan almost 9 years ago

Hi Carlos,

My current plan for 2.2 is to :
  1. add new library package "libopennebula-ruby" with
    /var/lib/ruby/cloud/occi
    /var/lib/ruby/cloud/econe
    /var/lib/ruby/OpenNebula
    
  2. add new "opennebula-tools" with :
    onevm, oneimage & so
    

    this package will depends on libopennebula-ruby
  3. rename actual "opennebula" package to "opennebula-server"
  4. create new "opennebula" meta-package depends on "opennebula-server" + "opennebula-tools"

Regards,

#5 Updated by Ruben S. Montero almost 9 years ago

  • Status changed from Assigned to Closed
  • Resolution set to fixed

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