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      examples/manifests/hostprofile.yaml
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      examples/manifests/network.yml
  5. 60
      examples/manifests/region_manifest.yml
  6. 420
      examples/manifests/servers.yaml
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# Copyright 2017 AT&T Intellectual Property. All other rights reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
####################
#
# bootstrap_seed.yaml - Site server design definition for physical layer
#
####################
# version the schema in this file so consumers can rationally parse it
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HostProfile
metadata:
name: default
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
# No magic to this host_profile, it just provides a way to specify
# sitewide settings. If it is absent from a node's inheritance chain
# then these values will NOT be applied
spec:
# OOB (iLO, iDRAC, etc...) settings. Should prefer open standards such
# as IPMI over vender-specific when possible.
oob:
type: ipmi
# OOB networking should be preconfigured, but we can include a network
# definition for validation or enhancement (DNS registration)
network: oob
account: admin
credential: admin
# Specify storage layout of base OS. Ceph out of scope
storage:
# How storage should be carved up: lvm (logical volumes), flat
# (single partition)
layout: lvm
# Info specific to the boot and root disk/partitions
bootdisk:
# Device will specify an alias defined in hwdefinition.yaml
device: primary_boot
# For LVM, the size of the partition added to VG as a PV
# For flat, the size of the partition formatted as ext4
root_size: 50g
# The /boot partition. If not specified, /boot will in root
boot_size: 2g
# Info for additional partitions. Need to balance between
# flexibility and complexity
partitions:
- name: logs
device: primary_boot
# Partition uuid if needed
part_uuid: 84db9664-f45e-11e6-823d-080027ef795a
size: 10g
# Optional, can carve up unformatted block devices
mountpoint: /var/log
fstype: ext4
mount_options: defaults
# Filesystem UUID or label can be specified. UUID recommended
fs_uuid: cdb74f1c-9e50-4e51-be1d-068b0e9ff69e
fs_label: logs
# Platform (Operating System) settings
platform:
image: ubuntu_16.04_hwe
kernel_params: default
# Additional metadata to apply to a node
metadata:
# Base URL of the introspection service - may go in curtin data
introspection_url: http://172.16.1.10:9090
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HostProfile
metadata:
name: k8-node
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
# host_profile inheritance allows for deduplication of common CIs
# Inheritance is additive for CIs that are lists of multiple items
# To remove an inherited list member, prefix the primary key value
# with '!'.
host_profile: defaults
# Hardware profile will map hardware specific details to the abstract
# names uses in the host profile as well as specify hardware specific
# configs. A viable model should be to build a host profile without a
# hardware_profile and then for each node inherit the host profile and
# specify a hardware_profile to map that node's hardware to the abstract
# settings of the host_profile
hardware_profile: HPGen9v3
# Network interfaces.
interfaces:
# Keyed on device_name
# pxe is a special marker indicating which device should be used for pxe boot
- device_name: pxe
# The network link attached to this
network_link: pxe
# Slaves will specify aliases from hwdefinition.yaml
slaves:
- prim_nic01
# Which networks will be configured on this interface
networks:
- name: pxe
- device_name: bond0
network_link: gp
# If multiple slaves are specified, but no bonding config
# is applied to the link, design validation will fail
slaves:
- prim_nic01
- prim_nic02
# If multiple networks are specified, but no trunking
# config is applied to the link, design validation will fail
networks:
- name: mgmt
- name: private
metadata:
# Explicit tag assignment
tags:
- 'test'
# MaaS supports key/value pairs. Not sure of the use yet
owner_data:
foo: bar
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HostProfile
metadata:
name: k8-node-public
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
host_profile: k8-node
interfaces:
- device_name: bond0
networks:
# This is additive, so adds a network to those defined in the host_profile
# inheritance chain
- name: public
---

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# Copyright 2017 AT&T Intellectual Property. All other rights reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
#############################################################################
#
# bootstrap_hwdefinition.yaml - Definitions of server hardware layout
#
#############################################################################
# version the schema in this file so consumers can rationally parse it
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HardwareProfile
metadata:
name: HPGen8v3
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
description: Sample hardware definition
author: Scott Hussey
spec:
# Vendor of the server chassis
vendor: HP
# Generation of the chassis model
generation: '8'
# Version of the chassis model within its generation - not version of the hardware definition
hw_version: '3'
# The certified version of the chassis BIOS
bios_version: '2.2.3'
# Mode of the default boot of hardware - bios, uefi
boot_mode: bios
# Protocol of boot of the hardware - pxe, usb, hdd
bootstrap_protocol: pxe
# Which interface to use for network booting within the OOB manager, not OS device
pxe_interface: 0
# Map hardware addresses to aliases/roles to allow a mix of hardware configs
# in a site to result in a consistent configuration
device_aliases:
pci:
- address: pci@0000:00:03.0
alias: prim_nic01
# type could identify expected hardware - used for hardware manifest validation
type: '82540EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller'
- address: pci@0000:00:04.0
alias: prim_nic02
type: '82540EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller'
scsi:
- address: scsi@2:0.0.0
alias: primary_boot
type: 'VBOX HARDDISK'

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# Copyright 2017 AT&T Intellectual Property. All other rights reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
####################
#
# network.yaml - Network infor,ation design definition for physical layer
#
####################
# version the schema in this file so consumers can rationally parse it
---
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: NetworkLink
metadata:
name: oob
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 1 attributes. Primary key is 'name'. These settings will generally be things the switch and server have to agree on
spec:
bonding:
mode: none
mtu: 1500
linkspeed: 100full
trunking:
mode: none
default_network: oob
---
# pxe is a bit of 'magic' indicating the link config used when PXE booting
# a node. All other links indicate network configs applied when the node
# is deployed.
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: NetworkLink
metadata:
name: pxe
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 1 attributes. Primary key is 'name'. These settings will generally be things the switch and server have to agree on
spec:
bonding:
mode: none
mtu: 1500
linkspeed: auto
# Is this link supporting multiple layer 2 networks?
# none is a port-based VLAN identified by default_network
# tagged is is using 802.1q VLAN tagging. Untagged packets will default to default_netwokr
trunking:
mode: none
# use name, will translate to VLAN ID
default_network: pxe
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: NetworkLink
metadata:
name: gp
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 1 attributes. These CIs will generally be things the switch and server have to agree on
# pxe is a bit of 'magic' indicating the link config used when PXE booting
# a node. All other links indicate network configs applied when the node
# is deployed.
spec:
# If this link is a bond of physical links, how is it configured
# 802.3ad
# active-backup
# balance-rr
# Can add support for others down the road
bonding:
mode: 802.3ad
# For LACP (802.3ad) xmit hashing policy: layer2, layer2+3, layer3+4, encap3+4
hash: layer3+4
# 802.3ad specific options
peer_rate: slow
mon_rate: default
up_delay: default
down_delay: default
mtu: 9000
linkspeed: auto
# Is this link supporting multiple layer 2 networks?
trunking:
mode: tagged
default_network: mgmt
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: oob
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
allocation: static
cidr: 172.16.100.0/24
ranges:
- type: static
start: 172.16.100.15
end: 172.16.100.254
dns:
domain: ilo.sitename.att.com
servers: 172.16.100.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: pxe
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
# Layer 2 VLAN segment id, could support other segmentations. Optional
vlan_id: '99'
# How are addresses assigned?
allocation: dhcp
# MTU for this VLAN interface, if not specified it will be inherited from the link
mtu: 1500
# Network address
cidr: 172.16.0.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
- type: dhcp
start: 172.16.0.5
end: 172.16.0.254
# DNS settings for this network
dns:
# Domain addresses on this network will be registered under
domain: admin.sitename.att.com
# DNS servers that a server using this network as its default gateway should use
servers: 172.16.0.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: mgmt
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
vlan_id: '100'
# How are addresses assigned?
allocation: static
# Allow MTU to be inherited from link the network rides on
mtu: 1500
# Network address
cidr: 172.16.1.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
- type: static
start: 172.16.1.15
end: 172.16.1.254
# Static routes to be added for this network
routes:
- subnet: 0.0.0.0/0
# A blank gateway would leave to a static route specifying
# only the interface as a source
gateway: 172.16.1.1
metric: 10
# DNS settings for this network
dns:
# Domain addresses on this network will be registered under
domain: mgmt.sitename.example.com
# DNS servers that a server using this network as its default gateway should use
servers: 172.16.1.9,172.16.1.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: private
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
vlan_id: '101'
allocation: static
mtu: 9000
cidr: 172.16.2.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
# Type can be reserved (not used for baremetal), static (all explicit
# assignments should fall here), dhcp (will be used by a DHCP server on this network)
- type: static
start: 172.16.2.15
end: 172.16.2.254
dns:
domain: priv.sitename.example.com
servers: 172.16.2.9,172.16.2.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: public
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
vlan_id: '102'
# How are addresses assigned?
allocation: static
# MTU size for the VLAN interface
mtu: 1500
cidr: 172.16.3.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
- type: static
start: 172.16.3.15
end: 172.16.3.254
routes:
- subnet: 0.0.0.0/0
gateway: 172.16.3.1
metric: 9
dns:
domain: sitename.example.com
servers: 8.8.8.8

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# Copyright 2017 AT&T Intellectual Property. All other rights reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
####################
#
# region_manifest.yaml - Region Manifest File , encapsulates the multiple files
#
####################
# version
---
#
# This describes the Global details of a Region
#
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Region
metadata:
name: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
description: Sample site design
author: sh8121@att.com
spec:
-------
imports:
# Servers will include the list of Servers
# For Each Server it includes
# information such as :
# # OOB (iLO, iDRAC, etc...) settings. Should prefer open standards such
# as IPMI over vender-specific when possible.
# oob:
# type: ipmi
# OOB networking should be preconfigured, but we can include a network
# definition for validation or enhancement (DNS registration)
# Specify storage layout of base OS. Ceph out of scope
# storage:
# How storage should be carved up: lvm (logical volumes), flat
# (single partition)
# Platform (Operating System) settings
# platform:
# Additional metadata to apply to a node
@ metadata:
- 'servers.yaml'
- 'network.yaml'
- 'hwdefinition.yaml'
- 'hostprofile.yaml'

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# Copyright 2017 AT&T Intellectual Property. All other rights reserved.
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
####################
#
# bootstrap_seed.yaml - Site server design definition for physical layer
#
####################
# version the schema in this file so consumers can rationally parse it
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Region
metadata:
name: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
description: Sample site design
author: sh8121@att.com
spec:
# Not sure if we have site wide data that doesn't fall into another 'Kind'
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: NetworkLink
metadata:
name: oob
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 1 attributes. Primary key is 'name'. These settings will generally be things the switch and server have to agree on
spec:
bonding:
mode: none
mtu: 1500
linkspeed: 100full
trunking:
mode: none
default_network: oob
---
# pxe is a bit of 'magic' indicating the link config used when PXE booting
# a node. All other links indicate network configs applied when the node
# is deployed.
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: NetworkLink
metadata:
name: pxe
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 1 attributes. Primary key is 'name'. These settings will generally be things the switch and server have to agree on
spec:
bonding:
mode: none
mtu: 1500
linkspeed: auto
# Is this link supporting multiple layer 2 networks?
# none is a port-based VLAN identified by default_network
# tagged is is using 802.1q VLAN tagging. Untagged packets will default to default_netwokr
trunking:
mode: none
# use name, will translate to VLAN ID
default_network: pxe
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: NetworkLink
metadata:
name: gp
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 1 attributes. These CIs will generally be things the switch and server have to agree on
# pxe is a bit of 'magic' indicating the link config used when PXE booting
# a node. All other links indicate network configs applied when the node
# is deployed.
spec:
# If this link is a bond of physical links, how is it configured
# 802.3ad
# active-backup
# balance-rr
# Can add support for others down the road
bonding:
mode: 802.3ad
# For LACP (802.3ad) xmit hashing policy: layer2, layer2+3, layer3+4, encap3+4
hash: layer3+4
# 802.3ad specific options
peer_rate: slow
mon_rate: default
up_delay: default
down_delay: default
mtu: 9000
linkspeed: auto
# Is this link supporting multiple layer 2 networks?
trunking:
mode: tagged
default_network: mgmt
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: oob
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
allocation: static
cidr: 172.16.100.0/24
ranges:
- type: static
start: 172.16.100.15
end: 172.16.100.254
dns:
domain: ilo.sitename.att.com
servers: 172.16.100.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: pxe
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
# Layer 2 VLAN segment id, could support other segmentations. Optional
vlan_id: '99'
# How are addresses assigned?
allocation: dhcp
# MTU for this VLAN interface, if not specified it will be inherited from the link
mtu: 1500
# Network address
cidr: 172.16.0.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
- type: dhcp
start: 172.16.0.5
end: 172.16.0.254
# DNS settings for this network
dns:
# Domain addresses on this network will be registered under
domain: admin.sitename.att.com
# DNS servers that a server using this network as its default gateway should use
servers: 172.16.0.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: mgmt
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
vlan_id: '100'
# How are addresses assigned?
allocation: static
# Allow MTU to be inherited from link the network rides on
mtu: 1500
# Network address
cidr: 172.16.1.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
- type: static
start: 172.16.1.15
end: 172.16.1.254
# Static routes to be added for this network
routes:
- subnet: 0.0.0.0/0
# A blank gateway would leave to a static route specifying
# only the interface as a source
gateway: 172.16.1.1
metric: 10
# DNS settings for this network
dns:
# Domain addresses on this network will be registered under
domain: mgmt.sitename.example.com
# DNS servers that a server using this network as its default gateway should use
servers: 172.16.1.9,172.16.1.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: private
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
vlan_id: '101'
allocation: static
mtu: 9000
cidr: 172.16.2.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
# Type can be reserved (not used for baremetal), static (all explicit
# assignments should fall here), dhcp (will be used by a DHCP server on this network)
- type: static
start: 172.16.2.15
end: 172.16.2.254
dns:
domain: priv.sitename.example.com
servers: 172.16.2.9,172.16.2.10
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: Network
metadata:
name: public
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
vlan_id: '102'
# How are addresses assigned?
allocation: static
# MTU size for the VLAN interface
mtu: 1500
cidr: 172.16.3.0/24
# Desribe IP address ranges
ranges:
- type: static
start: 172.16.3.15
end: 172.16.3.254
routes:
- subnet: 0.0.0.0/0
gateway: 172.16.3.1
metric: 9
dns:
domain: sitename.example.com
servers: 8.8.8.8
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HostProfile
metadata:
name: default
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
# No magic to this host_profile, it just provides a way to specify
# sitewide settings. If it is absent from a node's inheritance chain
# then these values will NOT be applied
spec:
# OOB (iLO, iDRAC, etc...) settings. Should prefer open standards such
# as IPMI over vender-specific when possible.
oob:
type: ipmi
# OOB networking should be preconfigured, but we can include a network
# definition for validation or enhancement (DNS registration)
network: oob
account: admin
credential: admin
# Specify storage layout of base OS. Ceph out of scope
storage:
# How storage should be carved up: lvm (logical volumes), flat
# (single partition)
layout: lvm
# Info specific to the boot and root disk/partitions
bootdisk:
# Device will specify an alias defined in hwdefinition.yaml
device: primary_boot
# For LVM, the size of the partition added to VG as a PV
# For flat, the size of the partition formatted as ext4
root_size: 50g
# The /boot partition. If not specified, /boot will in root
boot_size: 2g
# Info for additional partitions. Need to balance between
# flexibility and complexity
partitions:
- name: logs
device: primary_boot
# Partition uuid if needed
part_uuid: 84db9664-f45e-11e6-823d-080027ef795a
size: 10g
# Optional, can carve up unformatted block devices
mountpoint: /var/log
fstype: ext4
mount_options: defaults
# Filesystem UUID or label can be specified. UUID recommended
fs_uuid: cdb74f1c-9e50-4e51-be1d-068b0e9ff69e
fs_label: logs
# Platform (Operating System) settings
platform:
image: ubuntu_16.04_hwe
kernel_params: default
# Additional metadata to apply to a node
metadata:
# Base URL of the introspection service - may go in curtin data
introspection_url: http://172.16.1.10:9090
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HostProfile
metadata:
name: k8-node
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
# host_profile inheritance allows for deduplication of common CIs
# Inheritance is additive for CIs that are lists of multiple items
# To remove an inherited list member, prefix the primary key value
# with '!'.
host_profile: defaults
# Hardware profile will map hardware specific details to the abstract
# names uses in the host profile as well as specify hardware specific
# configs. A viable model should be to build a host profile without a
# hardware_profile and then for each node inherit the host profile and
# specify a hardware_profile to map that node's hardware to the abstract
# settings of the host_profile
hardware_profile: HPGen9v3
# Network interfaces.
interfaces:
# Keyed on device_name
# pxe is a special marker indicating which device should be used for pxe boot
- device_name: pxe
# The network link attached to this
network_link: pxe
# Slaves will specify aliases from hwdefinition.yaml
slaves:
- prim_nic01
# Which networks will be configured on this interface
networks:
- name: pxe
- device_name: bond0
network_link: gp
# If multiple slaves are specified, but no bonding config
# is applied to the link, design validation will fail
slaves:
- prim_nic01
- prim_nic02
# If multiple networks are specified, but no trunking
# config is applied to the link, design validation will fail
networks:
- name: mgmt
- name: private
metadata:
# Explicit tag assignment
tags:
- 'test'
# MaaS supports key/value pairs. Not sure of the use yet
owner_data:
foo: bar
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: HostProfile
metadata:
name: k8-node-public
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
host_profile: k8-node
interfaces:
- device_name: bond0
networks:
# This is additive, so adds a network to those defined in the host_profile
# inheritance chain
- name: public
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: BaremetalNode
metadata:
name: controller01
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
host_profile: k8-node-public
# the hostname for a server, could be used in multiple DNS domains to
# represent different interfaces
interfaces:
- device_name: bond0
networks:
# '!' prefix for the value of the primary key indicates a record should be removed
- name: '!private'
# Addresses assigned to network interfaces
addressing:
# Which network the address applies to. If a network appears in addressing
# that isn't assigned to an interface, design validation will fail
- network: pxe
# The address assigned. Either a explicit IPv4 or IPv6 address
# or dhcp or slaac
address: dhcp
- network: mgmt
address: 172.16.1.20
- network: public
address: 172.16.3.20
metadata:
tags:
- os_ctl
rack: rack01
---
apiVersion: 'v1.0'
kind: BaremetalNode
metadata:
name: compute01
region: sitename
date: 17-FEB-2017
author: sh8121@att.com
description: Describe layer 2/3 attributes. Primarily CIs used for configuring server interfaces
spec:
host_profile: k8-node
addressing:
- network: pxe
address: dhcp
- network: mgmt
address: 172.16.1.21
- network: private
address: 172.16.2.21

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#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
#############################################################################
#
# services.yaml - Definitions of server hardware layout
#
#############################################################################
# version the schema in this file so consumers can rationally parse it
---
#
# Is this where I include a list of files per service ?
#
#
# Assuming something like this works for the insertion
imports:
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