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otfrom: feel better now I've scuttled back to the northern climes where I can skulk in the shadows.
@glenjamin it's not so fierce that I can't stay out for more than 10 minutes though!
wearing a t-shirt in summer near the tyne is much like wearing a thin jacket there in the winter
@mccraigmccraig short of wearing a hood and gloves in a sub tropical climate I still needed sun block!
@mccraigmccraig I was wearing a hat too but couldn't risk exposure. It became a bit like suiting up for an EVA in earth orbit!
@jasonbell just explore - i want to move away from my current config management (because it's doomed), and the clj-generating-terraform idea seems sound, so initially i would like to create a dcos cluster and play with it so i can get an idea of how to beat it in to the form i will need
yes, that's what i was looking at... i tried the instrux in the README, but they don't work, and looking at the source didn't directly enlighten me as to suitable entrypoints or required configuration
It’s bascially a library so there’s a few things you’ll need for it to generate a terraform json file that you can then plan/apply.
I may be able to rattle up another repo, the other part of the puzzle this evening if that’s any help.
no great pressure - i'm in exploratory phase, and i'm expecting replace my config management to be a background task over the next couple of months
so, this morning when I opened the door I thought a bit of fluff fell on my head. When I bent over to get my bag I saw a spider on a web drop out of my hair. I think I was able to brush it off, but I didn't see it drop. I have no idea where the spider is, but I think I can feel it crawling all over my head and in my ears. What kind of doctor (if any) should I see?
thomas I think it has gone through my ear into my brain. That is why it feels like it is everywhere
well, the wasps would sting the spider, paralyse it and lay their eggs inside it, and the wasp larvae will consume the spider from the inside out. that should teach it
you just need to stick some flies in your ear to attract the spider out of your brain
Hmm - hadn’t seen terraboot before. We’re generating terraform with, well, terraform… 🙂 What’s the benefit of terraboot?
@korny Terraboot lets you define your config in clojure and it will generate the definition file for terraform.
so it’s a DSL to generate DSLs 🙂 - which is fair enough, terraform’s “logic” is quite annoying at times, we’ve got ugly code to parse strings inside our terraform templates
having a loop let me ensure all the other fields had good default values and there was no need to worry about copy-paste errors
are you running https://github.com/mesosphere/dcos-cassandra-service @otfrom ?
mccraigmccraig: we're looking at moving over to that one. Basically the services that come bundled /dcos
@otfrom np - i'm happy to be a guinea-pig to help get terraboot to production readiness if that's useful
mccraigmccraig: that would be really helpful. :-D I'm going to be getting back into it next week I think
cool, well @jasonbell offered to put together a repo with the missing bits in too, so however it works - i'm not in a massive rush, but i do want to get off of pallet and into the shiny new world of ubuntu 16.04, systemd and DC/OS
mccraigmccraig current version we're using for our stuff is almost right. Just need to make sure that all the client specific stuff is in a config file. I'll look at doing that first and then I can release at least an example repo