Re: Can someone shed some light
Gabriel Rosenhouse <grosenhouse@...>
Hi Mario,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
First off, I don't believe that XenServer is a supported for bosh-lite, so
you're kind of on your own here. That said:
bosh upload release https://.... is notoriously slow on bosh-lite on
virtualbox. I highly recommend that you first download the release tarball
to your local machine (
http://bosh.io/releases/github.com/cloudfoundry/cf-release?all=1) and then
bosh upload release /path/to/local/tarball/cf-release-246.tgz
my interpretation of the boshlite doc page you linked to (
that the contents of the stub file are simply the three lines
system_domain: bosh-lite.com # Replace with your system domain
but it also says that bosh-lite doesn't need a stub file unless you want to
change the system domain. the bosh deployment manifest can be generated
without the stub.
In the case of a full deployment to a real IaaS (not bosh-lite), one needs
to write a stub files that is larger, specifying IPs, database connection
strings, passwords, certificates, keys, etc that are needed to configure
that installation. Since bosh-lite isn't meant for production use, the
manifest generation scripts just use default values.
On Sun, Nov 13, 2016 at 7:21 PM, Mario Jauvin <marioja(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I am trying to use bosh-lite with couldfoundry.