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Re: [atomic-devel] [PATCH] Re: Fedora atomic host 23 and ansible

On Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 3:06 PM, Colin Walters <walters verbum org> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 21, 2015, at 04:05 PM, Colin Walters wrote:
>> Python 2 is explicitly installed, but the question is how far up the stack
>> we go.
> Specifically a topical question is `python-docker-py` which is used
> by the Ansible Docker module.
> Personally, I vote against adding this - anyone who wants to pull
> Docker containers can just use `command: docker pull` relatively
> easily, and in the big picture we want Kubernetes to handle things like this.
> Open to discussion though.

I'd vote in favor of including the python-docker-py package for users
of Atomic Host and the Ansbile docker module. There have been more
than one instance I've been involved in where someone in IRC is
reporting that "Ansible doesn't work on Atomic Host" because they were
trying to use the docker module and their understanding was the docker
was "the way" to do things in Atomic. While kubernetes is great, I'd
prefer to offer the userbase more freedom to choose how they deploy
and manage docker containers on an Atomic Host and Ansbile seems to be
quite popular among the Atomic Host userbase (just in general, not
specifically for docker deployments) so I don't think it's an
unrealistic expectation that the Ansible docker module works out of
the box.

Just my opinion though, I'd be curious of others opinions on the topic as well.


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