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There is developer interest in this Infiniband support offering. I think
we can support making this happen through the Infra team, especially if
we can get someone to commit to maintaining the relationship and
figuring out the interoperation details.
Alexander - do you want to run with this?
In addition to getting you working on Gerrit, this Infiniband work can
be another part of your "journey" toward being a formal maintainer on
the Infra team.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: oVirt - Infiniband Support / Setup
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 14:18:45 -0800
From: Karsten 'quaid' Wade <kwade(a)redhat.com>
Organization: Red Hat
On 01/10/2013 04:14 AM, Itamar Heim wrote:
> On 01/10/2013 01:36 PM, Alexander Rydekull wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> My name is Alexander and I'm somewhat involved with the infra-team,
>> trying to become a more active contributor.
>> I have a friend of mine who was prodding me and asking if oVirt would
>> benefit from some infiniband equipment to further development on those=
>> What he said was, that he could sort out servers / switches / adapters=
>> for the project to use and develop on. And he asked if oVirt would mak=
>> any use of it?
>> So basically, that's my question to you. Is this an area of interest?
>> Would you want me to try and see if we can get a infiniband-setup for
>> oVirt done?
>> /Alexander Rydekull
>> Arch mailing list
> I think there are some active members from mellanox pushing patches for=
> better infiniband integration. would be great if these modes can be
> tested by him?
Since there could be interest and need, +1 for integrating this with
oVirt via the Infra team.
Alexander, do you want to take on coordinating this? Do you know if your
friend is interested in being a formal sponsor of the project through
Karsten 'quaid' Wade, Sr. Analyst - Community Growth
http://TheOpenSourceWay.org .^\ http://community.redhat.com
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I think it's time that we added just a touch of documentation and
process to the infra team. I would like to have the following in place
in the next couple of weeks:
* The name of a person who will take responsibility for the overall
network architecture of oVirt, who will co-ordinate on the addition of
services and the addition of new hardware and sponsorships (such as
Infiniband, which Rydekull kindly informed us of)
* A documented process for becoming an admin on an oVirt service
The infra team has grown well in recent months, and we have lots of good
will - and I think it's great that we have a light process for becoming
a member of the team. But there have been a couple of occasions when
people who have been contributing positively to discussions, and
attending infra meetings regularly, have told me they didn't think they
were part of the team, and didn't know how to become one. I think we
should fix this.
And having someone who takes responsibility for when and how we add new
hardware and services seems like a good idea - even if this person
delegates the installation and administration of those services to
members of the infra team who are familiar with those things.
Is this feasible? Who are the candidates for the architect role, and who
has some time to document our very light process?
Dave Neary - Community Action and Impact
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