[Users] Public glance image repository for oVirt
iheim at redhat.com
Mon Dec 2 16:33:04 UTC 2013
On 12/02/2013 12:24 PM, Oved Ourfalli wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Jakub Bittner" <j.bittner at nbu.cz>
>> To: users at ovirt.org
>> Sent: Monday, December 2, 2013 12:19:17 PM
>> Subject: Re: [Users] Public glance image repository for oVirt
>> Dne 2.12.2013 10:35, Oved Ourfalli napsal(a):
>>> Hi Everyone
>>> I thought of adding a new public Glance image repository on oVirt.org, to
>>> be used in different oVirt environments.
>>> The nice thing about glance compared to current export domain is that it
>>> can be attached to multiple oVirt environments / data centers, so it can
>>> be a public
>>> image repository everyone can use.
>>> Would you see such a repository as useful?
>>> Would you use it?
>>> What type of images/virtual appliances would you find beneficial to have
>>> If you're interested let me know. If we see enough traction for it then
>>> I'll set it up.
>>> Thank you,
>>> Users mailing list
>>> Users at ovirt.org
>> I think it is great idea. But if I may, I have some thoughts/questions...
>> Will that Glance repository be fast enough?
we'll find out... its http based, and only used to import the images
from, not run VMs from it (at least for now)
>> Who will provide images to that repository?
> I guess I'll add some images to it at start, and requests for other images will be sent to infra at ovirt.org, and we'll add what we can.
>> Will be the security of those images somehow guaranteed?
> As for the performance and security - I'm cc-ing infra at ovirt.org to see what they can say about that.
like anythng else - it will need a maintainer, who will need to trust
the images he/she accepts from community before uploading them, etc.
> Thank you!
>> About systems: It could be useful for testing days. You know, Fedora XYZ
>> testing day prepared images and so on. Fedora stable, beta. Centos
>> stable. Ubuntu LTS. Debian Stable and Testing. I can imagine lots of
>> images based on products, like fedora with foreman, fedora with
>> (free)ipa, centos with DNS, firewall based distribution and lot of more. :-)
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