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RE: Routing SPI



Thank you everybody for all your answers.


I confirm that my goal is to develop a DIY routing/proxying based on the routing SPI.


I think I will not use the gear_group?include=endpoints API because it means a lot of requests to be sent (List users, for each user, list applications, and for each application retrieve the endpoints). I will wait for the REST endpoints API, or I will retrieve the data directly from mongodb.



But our second goal is to recommend every application to be HA.


Is there a way I can change the default setting for app creation from not-scalable & not-HA to scalable & HA ? I mean, where should I start in the source code, if I want to do that ?


I was also wondering why the HA prefix is `ha-appname-domain.example.com` and not `appname-domain.ha.example.com` ?

Having a wildcard DNS entry `*.ha.example.com` pointing to the reverse proxy would ease installing OpenShift. Public DNS delegation would become optional.


DNS entry not HA (appname-domain.example.com) would be delegated to a private DNS for ssh/git.







De : dev-bounces lists openshift redhat com [mailto:dev-bounces lists openshift redhat com] De la part de Arunabha Ghosh
Envoyé : mercredi 13 novembre 2013 20:46
À : Luke Meyer
Cc : dev lists openshift redhat com
Objet : Re: Routing SPI




On Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 11:15 AM, Luke Meyer <lmeyer redhat com> wrote:

----- Original Message -----
> From: "Rajat Chopra" <rchopra redhat com>
> To: "Clayton Coleman" <ccoleman redhat com>
> Cc: dev lists openshift redhat com

> Sent: Monday, November 11, 2013 4:58:00 PM
> Subject: Re: Routing SPI
> ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Clayton Coleman" <ccoleman redhat com>
> > To: "Philibert Romain" <romain philibert worldline com>
> > Cc: dev lists openshift redhat com
> > Sent: Monday, November 11, 2013 7:11:00 AM
> > Subject: Re: Routing SPI
> >
> > Hey Romain - didn't see any responses to the public list, so I'll
> > throw a
> > couple of answers in where I know.
> >
> > On Nov 6, 2013, at 9:10 AM, Philibert Romain <
> > romain philibert worldline com
> > > wrote:
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Hello everyone,
> >
> >
> >
> > We are currently playing with the Routing SPI, on the latest master
> > of
> > origin.
> >
> >
> >
> > It works quite well. I published a gist explaining how to use it :
> > https://gist.github.com/Filirom1/7334311
> >
> >
> >
> > Our goal is to build an nginx OpenShift LoadBalancer that will bypass Node
> > Apache, HAProxy and Node Proxy.

This is not something we enable well yet. He's not talking about HA apps. He's talking about DIY routing/proxying for all apps.

Gears bind to internal ports. You have to go through either the Node httpd or Node tcp proxy (which is now iptables-based, not haproxy) to reach them at all. And I'd like to point out, apps that are not scaled don't currently expose any ports via the tcp proxy, so the only way to reach them is via the httpd proxy.

> > Another thing I notice, is that `add_gear` and `delete_gear` messages are
> > only published if the application is HA. Is it wanted ?
> >
> > Sounds like a bug - I'll make sure one is filed.
> It is an intended outcome. Not a bug. Isn't the entire routing SPI
> meant for applications who want to have the HA routing layer? So we
> skip the hassle for those who are not designated so.
> We can always change the behaviour, counter-arguments please?

For this user, it's not just HA apps. It's all ports on all apps. Whether that's a use case we want to support is not clear to me.

> > The last question is how can I force every http request to pass through the
> > nginx (nginx servers are different from node servers), and ssh/git requests
> > to access the node directly ?

The only way I can see doing this is if HTTP requests and git/ssh requests have different hostnames. Which they do if it's an HA app (the ha-app-name can then be pointed to the router); otherwise not. So the only way to do it for all apps currently is to make all apps HA. Do we want to do it for all apps?

Is it maybe valuable to introduce an option to always create two different app names, one for web and one for ssh? Maybe app-namespace continues to be web (may be pointed to router if desired), and git-app-namespace always points to node? At least something like this split is implied by the desire to route web access and ssh access differently for ALL apps.


I'd vote for this one. Reading the docs on OSO, the single namespace for both ssh and web access seemed a little bit odd as it forced both the serving of the app and dev access to the app to the same entity. Separating them out will enable quite a few useful use cases like the central load balancing. Further, one can imagine the git repo for an app to be located on a centralized service which receives the upload, packages the app and deploys it onto nodes. This would fit in very well with potential future use cases like docker based apps where the git upload is received by OSO, packaged as a docker container and deployed on the node with the app being routed to by the centralized load balancing and routing service.

> The difference between web requests vs ssh/git requests should be
> resolved using the DNS entries.
> There should be one DNS meant for web requests and another for
> ssh/git. And that is what the event 'make-ha' does.
>  - A given app's default dns is not HA, because it points to the
>  first-gear/head-gear/deploy-gear of the app. e.g.
>  appname-namespace.rhcloud.com
>  - If one uses the appname-namespace.rhcloud.com DNS then both the
>  git/ssh and web/http requests land on the first gear without the
>  router knowing anything about it.
>  - Enter the HA DNS entry - ha-appname-namespace.rhcloud.com ! This
>  dns points to the router with the assumption that some
>  vhost/mod-rewrite/nginx-http-rewrite exists in the router to do
>  forward/reverse proxy with the appropriate url mapping.
> With two DNS entries, one pointing to the router and the other to the
> head-gear, we do not have to worry about 'move' etc. The fallout is
> that git-push/ssh is not HA. Only the web requests become HA.
> Eventually we can figure out how to resolve/re-map git/ssh DNS if
> the head gear/node goes down.

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