We’re going to be using Fedora 27 on a cloud server for this installation.
Port 9000 must be open and accessible from the Internet so that GitHub can communicate with the Zuul web service.
Login to your environment¶
Since we’ll be using a cloud image for Fedora 27, our login user will
fedora which will also be the staging user for installation of
Zuul and Nodepool.
To get started, ssh to your machine as the
First, make sure the system packages are up to date, and then install some packages which will be required later. Most of Zuul’s binary dependencies are handled by the bindep program, but a few additional dependencies are needed to install bindep, and for other commands which we will use in these instructions.
sudo dnf update -y sudo systemctl reboot sudo dnf install git redhat-lsb-core python3 python3-pip python3-devel make gcc openssl-devel python-openstackclient -y pip3 install --user bindep
Nodepool uses Zookeeper to keep track of information about the resources it manages, and it’s also how Zuul makes requests to Nodepool for nodes.
sudo dnf install zookeeper -y sudo cp /etc/zookeeper/zoo_sample.cfg /etc/zookeeper/zoo.cfg sudo systemctl start zookeeper.service sudo systemctl status zookeeper.service sudo systemctl enable zookeeper.service