a status update, a request and a question:
>>> A first implementation can be found on gerrit.
>>> The implementation should be almost ready. The new rpms for hystrix are
also moving forward. I would need some people which can give me karma on
bodhi. See be
> # How to monitor the engine?
>>> It is as easy as starting a hystrix-dashboard  with
>>> $ git clone https://github.com/Netflix/Hystrix.git
>>> $ cd Hystrix/hystrix-dashboard
>>> $ ../gradlew jettyRun
As part of the hystrix rpms there is now also a 'hystrix-dashboard' rpm.
Using it is pretty simple. Just install it with 'dnf install
hystrix-dashboard' and start jetty with 'systemctrl start jetty'. Jetty
will then listen on 8080 by default (and if you told selinux that jetty is
allowed to access the network).
>>> # Security?
>>> In the provided patches the hystrix-metrics-servlet is accessible at
>>> /ovirt-engine/api/hystrix.stream. It is protected by basic auth but
>>> for everyone who can authenticate. We should probably restrict it to
>>> that would be great if it doesn't require too much work. If it does
>>> then we can start with enabling/disabling via JMX using Roy's recent
Since I had to implement JMX support anyway to enable and disable hystrix
(disabled by default) I am wondering if I can remove the authentication
part. There is no sensible data in the hystrix stream and all other
services like the db health check are not protected either. It would make
it again a little bit easier to use.
> 3) Three unpackaged dependencies: archaius, hystrix-core, hystrix-contrib
All required packages will be available in rawhide the next few hours. All
builds on koji succeeded.
Also all packages for f23 were successfully build.
I would appreciate if some of you find the time to give these f23 pacakges
(includes archaius-core and archaius-zookeeper)
(includes hystrix-core, hystrix-metrics-event-stream and hystrix-dashboard)
On el7 I had to package a little bit more and the final hystrix package
itself is still missing, but some karma on the first round of packages
would be very helpful:
 (includes archaius-core)
All additional packages for el7 are now also available on testing:
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