[Pulp-dev] Pulp Installers Team Meeting minutes 2021-01-13

Mike DePaulo mikedep333 at redhat.com
Wed Jan 13 15:06:14 UTC 2021

## January 13 Agenda
* What was the previously proposed layer for the operator to take RWO
storage and convert to RWM or S3?
    * [dkliban] Rook
* Need someone to join pulp-operator / galaxy_ng meeting next week
    * fao89 is already joining.
    * fao89 will be mentored by Mike on containers / k8s / operator
concepts as he makes changes
    * See ["Introduction to pulp-operator"](
slides from pulpcon 2019
        * Particularly note the ground-up explanation of layers: containers
-> k8s -> operator
* pulp-operator on github actions
    * works when running at master, but fails to deploy as images are built
with podman and CI tries to push with docker -
        * approved
    * insta demo fails on PRs (failing to get remote/branch from upstream)
        * finish review post-meeting
* Performance issue [#8055](https://pulp.plan.io/issues/8055)
    * We could selectively rework the handlers into smaller ones, and
trigger the smaller handlers, and only when needed.
    * For example The task "Create configuration directory for Pulp" need
not trigger the entire big handlers "Restore SELinux contexts on Pulp dirs
that must exist"
    * We could do the Pulp 2 approach: Version pulp_installer with the
SELinux policies, and run selective relabel tasks depending on what we're
upgrading to and from
        * This would involve submodules or putting it in the pulp_installer
repo, ties into [#7575](https://pulp.plan.io/issues/7575)


Mike DePaulo

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Service Reliability Engineer, Pulp

Red Hat <https://www.redhat.com/>

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