At the moment, the Python locale module expects `en_US.utf8` to be
present. More recent fedora rawhides only come with `C`, `C.utf8` and
`POSIX` locale options unlike the older rawhides. The workaround is to
build the Dockerfile with environment variable `LC_ALL` set to `C`. See
https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/story/2006381#comment-141003 for a
longer description of the problem.
In a recent version of fedora base and
python/pip that comes with it, pip installed
pkgs put their binaries in /usr/local/bin
instead of /usr/bin. Since the lanuch script is
a bash script we do not have to use the absolute
Signed-off-by: Spyros Trigazis <email@example.com>
Use the heat-container-agent from a system container.
It means that the docker daemon can be started later.
Pass as a software deployment with the heat-agent the following
** pin prometheus to v1.8.2 since its config is not 2.0.0
Add heat-container-agent container image.
Implements: blueprint heat-agent