Automated way to build a bootable linux image for use by the Manila generic driver.
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Manila Image Elements Project

This repo is a place for Manila-related diskimage-builder elements.

Build instructions

Before building the image, make sure all system dependencies listed in bindep.txt file, are installed.

Default generic using tox

Script for creating Ubuntu based image with our elements and default parameters.

You should only need to run this command:


tox -e buildimage

On completion, an Ubuntu minimal image with NFS+CIFS will be available for use.

Non-default image using tox

A finer-grained image creation control can be obtained by specifying extra parameters. Precisely, the syntax is as follows:


tox -e buildimage -- -s nfs

Where <share-protocol> can be nfs, cifs, zfs or nfs-ganesha.

For example, running:


tox -e buildimage -- -s cifs

Will generate an Ubuntu based image with CIFS.