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Re: When is an openshift master 'up'?

> On Mar 12, 2015, at 2:46 PM, Scott Dodson <sdodson redhat com> wrote:
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> I contributed systemd notification support[1] a few weeks back which
> prevents systemd from marking a service as having started until that
> process sends a notification that it's finished. This allows systemd
> to delay dependencies until their requirements are met, ie:
> openshift-sdn-master doesn't attempt to start until openshift-master
> is done.
> With more recent builds it's taking longer than the 90 second default
> for openshift master to send the notification that it has been
> started. I'm going to go ahead and increase that timeout to 300s for
> the time being. But I'm wondering if the startup notification can be
> moved earlier in startup sequence?
> Aside from that, what's the upper bound for how long we should expect
> starting openshift master to take?

Which part of the master?  I think you should put it immediately after the main APIs respond.  The rest of the logic is potentially less important.

90 is incredibly long unless you're generating keys.  Unfortunately we at a minimum need to read and check those keys, so I anticipate a small cpu burst for that.

> For anyone interested, here[2] is the startup logs running on my
> laptop, SSD, plenty of memory, etc.
> 1 - https://github.com/openshift/origin/pull/1204
> 2 -
> https://gist.githubusercontent.com/sdodson/d213d98c08ff832ddb0b/raw/a970277c50c2088738299bf3ff10b135c67e8e45/gistfile1.txt
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