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Merge "Make rally 1.7.0"

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Zuul 1 week ago
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 .. Release notes for existing releases are MUTABLE! If there is something that
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    was missed or can be improved, feel free to change it!
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-[unreleased]
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+[1.7.0] - 2019-09-10
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+--------------------
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+Changed
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+~~~~~~~
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+python jsonschema dependency is not limited by *<3.0.0* anymore and you can
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+use draft-7 as for now.
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     #   for rally user is used.
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     # Tags of the image are the same as releases of xRally/Rally
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-    FROM xrally/xrally:1.6.0
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+    FROM xrally/xrally:1.7.0
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     # "rally" user (which is selected by-default) is owner of "/rally" directory,
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     #   so there is no need to call chown or switch the user
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 First of all, you need to pull the container. We suggest to use the last
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 tagged version:
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-    # pull the 1.6.0 image (the latest release at the point of writing the note)
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-    $ docker pull xrally/xrally:1.6.0
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+    # pull the 1.7.0 image (the latest release at the point of writing the note)
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+    $ docker pull xrally/xrally:1.7.0
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 **WARNING: never attach folders and volumes to `/rally` inside the container. It can break everything.**
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 * use docker volumes. It is the easiest way. You just need to do something like:
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       $ docker volume create --name rally_volume
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-      $ docker run -v rally_volume:/home/rally/.rally xrally/xrally:1.6.0 env create --name "foo"
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+      $ docker run -v rally_volume:/home/rally/.rally xrally/xrally:1.7.0 env create --name "foo"
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 * mount outer directory inside the container

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