juju deploy charmed-osm-mariadb-k8s
|latest/stable||35||35||08 Apr 2021|
|latest/candidate||35||35||08 Apr 2021|
|latest/edge||35||35||08 Apr 2021|
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The code for this charm can be downloaded as follows:
git clone "https://osm.etsi.org/gerrit/osm/devops" cd devops/installers/charm/mariadb-k8s/
Setting up the environment
In order to deploy the mariadb charm, it is necessary to have a Juju controller deployed in K8s. The easiest way to achieve that is by installing Microk8s and bootstrapping a controller on top.
# Install Juju and Microk8s snaps sudo snap install juju --classic sudo snap install microk8s --classic # Setting up permissions sudo usermod -a -G microk8s `whoami` sudo chown -f -R `whoami` ~/.kube newgrp microk8s # Wait for Microk8s to be ready microk8s.status --wait-ready # Enable storage and dns addons and bootstrap a controller microk8s.enable storage dns juju bootstrap microk8s
From the store:
juju deploy cs:~charmed-osm/mariadb-k8s
tox -e build juju deploy ./release
The tests of this charm are done using tox and Zaza.
sudo apt install tox -y
If /usr/bin/python does not exist, you should probably need to do this:
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python
For executing the integration tests, it is necessary to build the charm beforehand with
tox -e build
Run integration tests:
tox -e func
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