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Re: documentation and platform support status

Hi Krishna,

Thanks for your quick and precise answers ! I'm getting back on track asap ;)


De: "Krishna Raman" <kraman gmail com>
À: "Laurent Steff" <Laurent Steff inria fr>
Cc: dev lists openshift redhat com
Envoyé: Lundi 25 Mars 2013 22:55:04
Objet: Re: documentation and platform support status

HI Laurent,

- If we want to build our own PaaS with Openshift, what the best way
to install and maintain it, and on what Linux distro (or livecd/virtual appliance) ?

- Where is the main or the most up to date website for Openshift open
source documentation ?


These were linking to an alpha version of the Enterprise offering. These have been removed but if you would like to
try the enterprise offering, I can help you get in touch with them as well. The Enterprise offering is basically the hardened
version of Origin code.

And after a few yum repo tests on different paths under https://mirror.openshift.com/pub

https://mirror.openshift.com/pub/origin-server/nightly/ are built nightly and track latest master. This is a bit unstable as
Origin master moves very quickly. We will have a community supported release of Origin code soon.

I'm a bit lost :
- where's the main documentation site
- what is platform support status. CentOS6/RedHat6 doesn't seem to work anymore

http://openshift.github.com/origin/ Should provide the docs you need and will be the best source of information going forward.
I have tested the puppet script against RHEL 6.4 and Fedora 18. 

We are working on getting OpenShift Origin included as a feature on Fedora 19.


Laurent Steff

INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt
Tél.  : +33 1 39 63 50 81
Port. : +33 6 87 66 77 85

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