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    Shirocco88
    @Shirocco88
    are the further docu available ?
    any hint is welcome
    Best regards
    Shirocco88
    Julio González Gil
    @juliogonzalez
    @Shirocco88 not really, for now SUSE manager is not prepared to onboard docker containers... and not sure if that's a good idea, in the end a container is supposed to run only one thing
    and to manage the docker container you will need ssh, the salt minion or one of the traditional daemons running, besides whatever the container does
    there is, however image management available, so if you want to know when you need to relaunch your containers, that can be used, for some OS it can detect when an image has vulnerabilities and warn you
    Shirocco88
    @Shirocco88
    @juliogonzalez
    containers are very important;
    a docker host and docker containers they should be handled by Uyuni like VMHs and Virtual-Guests;
    also it should be possible to discover docker hosts and containers and show there relationship as a map;
    I don't want to install salt-minion package or ssh package in the container;
    therefor a mentioned "Proxy minion" technique
    Jochen Breuer
    @brejoc
    @Shirocco88 You can use the docker_container state to manage containers. But this is in no way integrated in Uyuni.
    https://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/ref/states/all/salt.states.docker_container.html
    Shirocco88
    @Shirocco88
    OK, Thanks :thumbsup:
    I will read the saltstack docs
    Michael Calmer
    @mcalmer
    @Shirocco88 there is a VHM module for kubernetes. With it you can see the containers /pods running in it and see if they are up-to-date when you build the images in SUSE Manager
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    Hello, can you please give me a current status on a RHEL8 port? Is there already pre-existing work?
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    @sbluhm I'm slowly working on porting the code requiring zypper to use dnf
    that's the first step since uyuni can't run at all on RHEL 8 without that
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    ok, I am about to start on that one too.
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    well, if you beat me, I'm happy to review the code :)
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    hang on, what do you mean by code? my plan was to create a dnf repository
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    the Uyuni project has already approved migrating to DNF where Zypper is used
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    as in ignore zypper
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    at the moment, Zypper is a runtime dependency of Uyuni
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    ok, then I don't think we overlap (yet)
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    which means it can't run on RHEL 8 without contortions that involve invalidating RHEL support agreements
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    ok. my current plan is to start at verifying the required packages. currently looking at the zypper pattern and mirroring it in a yum group
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    that'll be helpful later down the road, yes
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    ok, i focus on that then for time being (it won't be neck breaking speed on my end)
    i am trying to get the system onto CentOS first, before looking at code as I don't want to keep a SUSE deve environment
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    sure
    zypper will hard block that unfortunately
    but you can try to get everything else around it
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    will see how far i get. by the time I am finished, you probaby fuxed zypper :)
    Neal Gompa (ニール・ゴンパ)
    @Conan-Kudo
    hah
    Shirocco88
    @Shirocco88

    @mcalmer

    there is a VHM module for kubernetes. With it you can see the containers /pods running in it and see if they are up-to-date when you build the images in SUSE Manager

    Is VHM-kubernetes limited on SUSE Manager or is this featuere also available on Uyuni-Server ?

    Shirocco88
    @Shirocco88
    is there a Uyuni 2020.08 release planed ?
    Julio González Gil
    @juliogonzalez
    @Shirocco88, most likely the next release will be 2020.09, as the month is almost over
    Shirocco88
    @Shirocco88
    is there a roadmap for uyuni ?
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    I have seen in the spec files the macro %pattern_primaryfunctions. What does it do on the suse build system? I could not find any reference via google
    Julio González Gil
    @juliogonzalez
    mmm, TBH no idea, but it should be defined at the SLE/openSUSE package "patterns-rpm-macros"
    which is a buildrequire for the pattern package, which is the one I are you looking at
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    .
    sbluhm
    @sbluhm
    Thank you juliogonzalez, that was it. Strange that Google did not pick it up at all. I still have to get used to the SUSE OS setup...
    eins
    @eins
    hello uyuni/suma devs. did you install uyuni with Transactioinal Server for a opensuse Leap 15.2 ?
    https://www.uyuni-project.org/uyuni-docs/uyuni/installation/uyuni-install-requirements.html
    what are the options for --> Operating System openSUSE Leap 15.2: Clean installation, up-to-date ?
    Julio González Gil
    @juliogonzalez
    @eins we didn't test transactional, everything else should work, but of course the ideal is a server installation (non-transactional)
    that said, if you decide to try transactional, let us know what the results are :-)
    although I guess there will be problems, most likely there are some packages that will require changes to work on transactional systems
    eins
    @eins

    although I guess there will be problems, most likely there are some packages that will require changes to work on transactional systems

    Thanks for the replay. I understand your point here. I finally have a working uyuni lab server. I can sync the repositories for ubuntu18 and ubuntu16 channels. I will check the directories later

    by default opensuse Leap 15.2 uses btrfs and /var and /home are a btrfs subvolumen . I don't know how much that can affect uyuni in a transactioninal server becuase we are talking about a lot of space
    bittin
    @bittin
    Hello, heard about that you wanted translators on the OpenSUSE Online Conference so started sending some suggestions to Swedish, however my OpenSUSE Weblate account does not work since the OpenSUSE Account migration so could only suggest and not submit directly however