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# shipyard
Directed acyclic graph controller for Kubernetes and OpenStack control plane life cycle management

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# Shipyard Manifests
----
Shipyard manifests contain the examination of the payloads that the shipyard api will receive.
A complete manifest will consist of multiple yaml file's assembled in some way. Each yaml file will follow
Kubernetes style artifact definition.
The high level expectation of what the data on this manifests will define is pictured here :
<img src="https://github.com/att-comdev/shipyard/examples/manifests/manifest_hierarchy.png" width="100">
----
## region_manifest.yaml
Region is the largest resource shipyard can understand.
A region manifest will need to define :
- Identity of the Region. Perhaps a name will suffice, but a UUID generated by shipyard might be applicable as well.
- Cloud : The type of cloud this region is running on. i.e. AIC, or AWS, or Google etc.
- deployOn : Whether the region UCP ( undercloud) is been deployed on VM's or Baremetal
----
## servers.yaml
----
## network.yaml
----
## hw_definition.yaml
----
## host_profile.yaml
----
## services.yaml
Will define high level needs for all the services that need to run above the undercloud
It relates to the files :
## core_services.yaml
## clcp_services.yaml
## onap_services.yaml
## cdp_services.yaml
----
## undercloud.yaml
This file will incude the configuration aspects of the undercloud that are tunnables.
Such as :
i.e.
-Security
-RBAC definitions
-Certificates
-UCP Tunnables
-Kernel Tunnables, etc
-Agent Tunnables

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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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#
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# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
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#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
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# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
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#
# 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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