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Why are there different repositories in openstack monasca?

asked 2018-11-28 22:24:05 -0600

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I am new to openstack and came across two projects mistral and monasca. While mistral docs did not mention anything about the repositories and I installed it using devstack adding a single line "enable_plugin mistral https://github.com/openstack/mistral ". While trying to do the same for monasca , I came to know about different repositories of monasco Eg. monasca-api, monasca-agent and so on.

I understand the need for each but not able to understand why are these repositories seperately defined.

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answered 2018-11-28 22:38:53 -0600

Mistral has the following repos:

  • mistral
  • mistral-dashboard
  • mistral-extra
  • mistral-lib
  • mistral-specs
  • mistral-tempest-plugin

Monasca has about 2-3 times as many repos.

Each project decides how to organize the work. In some cases, a single repo is OK even for a huge project like Nova (Nova does have separate repos for a special scheduler, and for some hypervisors). In other cases, the team decides to break the work down in smaller pieces. Whatever makes sense for the team.

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Last updated: Nov 28 '18