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The guide describes how to apply changes on already running
cluster. Describe the flow, from config change to deployment start.

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Configuration Update Guide
==========================
The guide contains the instructions for updating the configuration of
a deployed Airship environment. Please refer to
`Site Authoring and Deployment Guide <https://airship-treasuremap.readthedocs.io/en/latest/authoring_and_deployment.html>`__
if you do not have an Airship environment already deployed.
Update of an Airship environment consists of the following stages:
1. **Prepare the configuration**: before deploying any changes, a user
should prepare and validate the manifests on a build node using
`Airship Pegleg <https://airship-pegleg.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__.
2. **Deploy the changes**: during this stage, a user uploads the
configuration to the Airship environment and starts the deployment using
`Airship Shipyard <https://airship-shipyard.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__.
.. note::
This guide assumes you have
`Airship Pegleg <https://airship-pegleg.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__ and
`Airship Shipyard <https://airship-shipyard.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__
tools installed and configured; please refer to
`Site Authoring and Deployment Guide <https://airship-treasuremap.readthedocs.io/en/latest/authoring_and_deployment.html>`__
for the details.
Configuring Airship CLI
-----------------------
Clone the Airship Treasuremap repository and switch to correct version.
::
git clone https://opendev.org/airship/treasuremap
cd treasuremap/
# List available tags.
git tag --list
# Switch to the version your site is using.
git checkout {your-tag}
# Go back to a previous directory.
cd ..
Configure environment variables with the name of your site, and specify a path
to the directory where site configuration is stored; for this example, we use
`Airship Seaworthy <https://airship-treasuremap.readthedocs.io/en/latest/seaworthy.html>`__
site:
::
export SITE=airship-seaworthy
export SITE_PATH=treasuremap/site/airship-seaworthy
Updating the manifests
----------------------
Changing the configuration consists of the following steps:
1. Change site manifests.
2. Lint the manifests.
3. Collect the manifests.
4. Copy the manifests to the Airship environment.
Linting and collecting the manifests is done using
`Airship Pegleg <https://airship-pegleg.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__.
For this example, we are going to update a debug level for keystone logs
in a site layer.
.. note::
It is also possible to update the configuration in a global layer;
for more details on Airship layering mechanism see
`Pegleg Definition Artifact Layout <https://airship-pegleg.readthedocs.io/en/latest/artifacts.html>`__
documentation.
Create an override file
``${SITE_PATH}/software/charts/osh/openstack-keystone/keystone.yaml``
with the following content:
::
---
schema: armada/Chart/v1
metadata:
schema: metadata/Document/v1
name: keystone
replacement: true
layeringDefinition:
abstract: false
layer: site
parentSelector:
name: keystone-global
actions:
- method: merge
path: .
storagePolicy: cleartext
data:
values:
conf:
logging:
logger_keystone:
level: DEBUG
...
Check that the configuration is valid:
::
sudo ./treasuremap/tools/airship pegleg site -r treasuremap/ \
lint ${SITE}
Collect the configuration:
::
sudo ./treasuremap/tools/airship pegleg site \
-r treasuremap/ collect $SITE -s ${SITE}_collected
Copy the configuration to a node that has the access to the site's
Shipyard API, if the current node does not; this node can be one
of your controllers:
::
scp -r ${SITE}_collected {genesis-ip}:/home/{user-name}/${SITE}_collected
Deploying the changes
---------------------
After you copied the manifests, there are just a few steps needed to start
the deployment:
1. Upload the changes to
`Airship Deckhand <https://airship-deckhand.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__.
2. Start the deployment using
`Airship Shipyard <https://airship-shipyard.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__.
Install Airship CLI as described in `Configuring Airship CLI`_ section.
Set the name of your site:
::
export SITE=airship-seaworthy
Configure credentials for accessing Shipyard; the password is stored
in ``ucp_shipyard_keystone_password`` secret, you can find it in
``site/airship-seaworthy/secrets/passphrases/ucp_shipyard_keystone_password.yaml``
configuration file of your site.
::
export OS_USERNAME=shipyard
export OS_PASSWORD={shipyard_password}
Upload the changes to `Airship Deckhand <https://airship-deckhand.readthedocs.io/en/latest/>`__:
::
# Upload the configuration.
sudo -E ./treasuremap/tools/airship shipyard \
create configdocs ${SITE} --replace --directory=${SITE}_collected
# Commit the configuration.
sudo -E ./treasuremap/tools/airship shipyard commit configdocs
Run the deployment:
::
sudo -E ./treasuremap/tools/airship shipyard create action update_site
You can also run ``update_software`` instead of ``update_site`` which skips
hardware configuration and only applies the changes to services that are running
on top of Kubernetes.
Now you can track the deployment progress using the following commands:
::
# Get all actions that were executed on you environment.
sudo -E ./treasuremap/tools/airship shipyard get actions
# Show all the steps within the action.
sudo -E ./treasuremap/tools/airship shipyard describe action/{action_id}
All steps will have status ``success`` when the update finishes.

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cd treasuremap/
# List available tags.
git tag --list
# Switch to the version of your site.
# Switch to the version your site is using.
git checkout {your-tag}
# Go back to a previous directory.
cd ..


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