On 06.09.2020 23:42, Imre Jonk wrote:
On Sun, 2020-09-06 at 16:10 +0200, Julien Lecomte wrote:
> I'm working on a Prometheus Node Exporter DebOps compatible role: it
> ups /etc/services, ferm and apache via those three debops
That sounds interesting. I don't have any experience with Prometheus,
would definitely fit into the DebOps role collection.
Be aware though that the apache role is not well maintained. You may be
off using the nginx role instead.
Good to know. I didn't start using the nginx one since I know apache
pretty well and don't know anything about nginx.
Of note, unless making the node-exporter available to the exterior, the
apache as a proxy wouldn't be needed.
> GPL3 apart, what is DebOps position and strategy on including
> contributed roles in the debops repository?
Your role is most welcome if it is well-written, well-documented and in
way useful for DebOps users. It would also be nice if you can maintain
a while, which means that you should be actively using your role
I was planning on doing all of those. And then marching on with a
prometheus and a grafana role.
Reviewing is done by one or more other DebOps contributors and the
ultimately approved or denied by Maciej (@drybjed). My experience is
reviewing process of new roles can take a while. We're trying to
Be aware of the other two open (and well-discussed) PRs for
I'll look into these.