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Re: [atomic-devel] CPU and Memory accounting for containerized kubernetes

On Mon, Jul 11, 2016, at 10:34 AM, Jan Chaloupka wrote:
> Hi,
> upcoming build of kubernetes in Fedora (and RHEL) is about to have CPU 
> and Memory systemd accounting enabled by default (upstream issue [1]).
> So far, Openshift took steps to update its spec file [1]. Ansible 
> installing kubernetes does the very same [2]. The works for 
> non-containerized kubernetes. Question is how to deal with containerized 
> kubernetes cause installing kubernetes-node rpm inside will not be enough.


It seems to me that having Ansible write those same config files for
the containerized install is sufficient.  Right?

We could investigate doing this in `atomic install` which allows containers
to drop such files on the host, but it's currently mutually exclusive with
`atomic install --system` which I think is better for things like this.

Broadly speaking, I think we should consider RPM (and containers) as just a binary delivery
format, and use Ansible for anything that requires a modicum of intelligence.
At least sufficient to bootstrap Kubernetes.

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