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This page will outline criteria for success for a Fedora AMI release
 
This page will outline criteria for success for a Fedora AMI release
  
A <span style="color:green; font-weight:bold;">good</span> AMI '''must'''...
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= Release Criteria =
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In addition to the existing [[Fedora Release Criteria]], the following criteria apply to EC2 Fedora images.  A <span style="color:green; font-weight:bold;">good</span> AMI '''must'''...
 
# allow non-root user login
 
# allow non-root user login
 
# have SELinux enabled and ''enforcing'' by default
 
# have SELinux enabled and ''enforcing'' by default
 
# not contain any package dependency problems
 
# not contain any package dependency problems
 
# not include any packages built outside of Fedora infrastructure
 
# not include any packages built outside of Fedora infrastructure
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= How to Test =
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To ''create'' an EC2 image, one needs...
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# an amazon account
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# the {{package|python-boto}} libraries installed
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# a python script to tell Amazon to build an instance
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# the ability to SSH into a machine to run tests, etc.
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= Open Questions =
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# Who is responsible for creating and building EC2 images?
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= Additional Reading =
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* [[Publishing_image_to_EC2]]
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* [[Cloud_SIG]]
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* [[Cloud_SIG/EC2_Images]]

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This page will outline criteria for success for a Fedora AMI release

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[edit] Release Criteria

In addition to the existing Fedora Release Criteria, the following criteria apply to EC2 Fedora images. A good AMI must...

  1. allow non-root user login
  2. have SELinux enabled and enforcing by default
  3. not contain any package dependency problems
  4. not include any packages built outside of Fedora infrastructure

[edit] How to Test

To create an EC2 image, one needs...

  1. an amazon account
  2. the Package-x-generic-16.pngpython-boto libraries installed
  3. a python script to tell Amazon to build an instance
  4. the ability to SSH into a machine to run tests, etc.

[edit] Open Questions

  1. Who is responsible for creating and building EC2 images?

[edit] Additional Reading