Container Infrastructure Management Service for OpenStack
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coldmoment df7bbf6eb1 Update api-ref about 'ca-show' 5 years ago
api-ref/source Update api-ref about 'ca-show' 5 years ago
contrib Merge "[suse] Add DOCKER_DEV to /etc/fstab" 5 years ago
devstack Enable custom keystone endpoint_type in templates 5 years ago
doc Fix usage of the trustee user in K8S Cinder plugin 5 years ago
etc/magnum Set clustertemplate:publish to admin only 5 years ago
install-guide/source Merge "Enable custom keystone endpoint_type in templates" 5 years ago
magnum Merge "CI: multinode job with larger flavors" 5 years ago
releasenotes Add reno for cluster_user_trust option 5 years ago
specs Fix some grammar or spelling de-normalization 5 years ago
tools Move to the tools directory 5 years ago
.coveragerc Cleanup coverage configuration 6 years ago
.gitignore Compare test coverage with the master branch 6 years ago
.gitreview Update .gitreview for project rename 7 years ago
.mailmap Initial commit from github (squashed) 8 years ago
.testr.conf Remove minion dependency on master 7 years ago
CONTRIBUTING.rst Workflow documentation is now in infra-manual 8 years ago
HACKING.rst Add hacking rule for explicit import of _ function 6 years ago
LICENSE Initial commit from github (squashed) 8 years ago
README.rst Show team and repo badges on README 6 years ago
babel.cfg Initial commit from github (squashed) 8 years ago
functional_creds.conf.sample Use keystone v3 for functional tests 6 years ago
requirements.txt Updated from global requirements 5 years ago
setup.cfg Remove support for py34 6 years ago Updated from global requirements 6 years ago
test-requirements.txt Updated from global requirements 5 years ago
tox.ini Add 'rm -f .testrepository/times.dbm' command in testenv 5 years ago


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Magnum is an OpenStack project which offers container orchestration engines for deploying and managing containers as first class resources in OpenStack.

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