Pin the ironic-tempest-plugin to an older version so we don't run the net set of tests with wholedisk + partition testing. Also removes CoreOS jobs as CoreOS is EOL and no longer receiving any updates. And also signals to the user to try and manually install python-pip as opposed to install the package from the package manager as older mirrors have older versions at this point and we are risking breaking things by automatically doing so. This should fix test jobs on ubuntu-xenial as there is a conflict in the repositories. python-pip : Depends: python-pip-whl (= 8.1.1-2ubuntu0.4) but 9.0.1-3~3 is to be installed Change-Id: I6b689bd16dfe6fa849e876f056f1c5cfd1937764
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An agent for controlling and deploying Ironic controlled baremetal nodes.
The ironic-python-agent works with the agent driver in Ironic to provision the node. Starting with ironic-python-agent running on a ramdisk on the unprovisioned node, Ironic makes API calls to ironic-python-agent to provision the machine. This allows for greater control and flexibility of the entire deployment process.
The ironic-python-agent may also be used with the original Ironic pxe drivers as of the Kilo OpenStack release.
For more information see the Image Builder section of the Ironic Python Agent developer guide.
This is covered in the Deploying Ironic with DevStack section of the Ironic dev-quickstart guide.
Project status, features, and bugs are tracked on StoryBoard:
Developer documentation can be found here:
Additional resources are linked from the project wiki page:
To contribute, start here: Openstack: How to contribute.