ceph-workbench

A command-line toolbox for Ceph

ceph-workbench

ceph-workbench is a command-line toolbox for Ceph

Documentation : http://ceph-workbench.readthedocs.org/ Home page : https://pypi.python.org/pypi/ceph-workbench

Installation

  • Install Docker http://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/

  • Copy the following to ~/.bashrc:

    eval "$(docker run dachary/ceph-workbench install)"
    
  • Verify that it works:

    ceph-workbench --help
    
  • Optionally copy your OpenStack $PROJECT-openrc.sh file to ~/.ceph-workbench/openrc.sh: the ceph-qa-suite subcommand will use it.

Hacking

For best results, develop in Ubuntu 14.04 as a normal user (not root).

  • Get the code:

    git clone --recursive http://ceph-workbench.dachary.org/root/ceph-workbench.git
    
  • Set up the development environment:

    deactivate || true ; source bootstrap
    

    This creates a virtualenv containing the ceph-workbench executable and everything it needs to work.

  • Activate the development environment and run ceph-workbench:

    source virtualenv/bin/activate
    PYTHONPATH=teuthology ceph-workbench --help
    
  • Run the tests (requires OpenStack credentials to get 100% coverage):

    deactivate || true ; bash run-tests.sh
    
  • Sync the teuthology submodule:

    git submodule update --remote teuthology
    
  • Run a single test:

    tox -e py27 -- -s -k test_run tests/test_ceph_qa_suite.py
    
  • Run ceph-workbench using the dev environment of the current working directory in the docker container instead of the installed version:

    eval "$(docker/entrypoint.sh install)"
    ceph-workbench --help # use what is installed in the container
    ceph-workbench-debug --help # use ceph-workbench from the working directory
    ceph-workbench-shell bash # login the container and debug
    
  • Check the documentation : rst2html < README.rst > /tmp/a.html

Release management

  • Prepare a new version
  • version=1.3.0 ; perl -pi -e "s/^version.*/version = $version/" setup.cfg ; for i in 1 2 ; do python setup.py sdist ; amend=$(git log -1 --oneline | grep --quiet "version $version" && echo --amend) ; git commit $amend -m "version $version" ChangeLog setup.cfg ; git tag -a -f -m "version $version" $version ; done
  • Publish a new version
  • python setup.py sdist upload --sign
  • git push ; git push --tags
  • docker rmi dachary/ceph-workbench
  • docker build --no-cache --tag dachary/ceph-workbench docker
  • docker build --tag dachary/ceph-workbench:1.5.9 docker
  • docker login
  • docker push dachary/ceph-workbench
  • docker push dachary/ceph-workbench:1.5.9
  • pypi maintenance