Provides an API for the orderly, harmonious, and complete management of DC/OS service packages
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We have deprecated the DCOS_PACKAGE_METADATA label from 1.11 onwards. DC/OS Frontend was the only component that was using this label. They switched to use `/service/describe` instead of this label (And that was needed for `package-registry` to work anyway). Since this label is deprecated, we can remove the code to encode/decode this label.
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DC/OS Package Manager (Cosmos)

Provides an API for the orderly, harmonious, and complete management of DC/OS service packages.

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Table of Contents

Running tests

Scala style checks

This project enforces certain scalastyle rules. To run those check against the code run:

sbt scalastyle

Unit Tests

There is a suite of unit tests that can be ran by running sbt clean test:test

Scoverage

To generate an scoverage report for unit tests run the following command:

sbt clean coverage test:test coverageReport coverageAggregate

The generated report can then be found at target/scala-2.12/scoverage-report/index.html

NOTE: You should never run coverage at the same time as one-jar because the produced one-jar will contains scoverage instrumented class files and will fail to run.

Integration Tests

There is a suite of integration tests that can be ran by running sbt clean it:test

Scoverage

At this time it is not possible to easily generate an scoverage report for the integration suite in cosmos-server. This is due to some classpath scoping issues related to the cosmos server being forked before the integration suite is ran.

Requirements

  • A running DC/OS cluster

Running the tests

The integration tests support three ways of configuring the tests. This is done using the following system properties:

  1. com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri - Location of the DC/OS cluster as an HTTP URL.
  2. com.mesosphere.cosmos.boot - If true or undefined the integration tests will automatically execute the Cosmos defined in this repository. If false then the integration tests will not execute a Cosmos.
  3. com.mesosphere.cosmos.test.CosmosIntegrationTestClient.CosmosClient.uri - This property is not required. If set to a URL, it will override the default value. The integration tests assume that the Cosmos described in this system property is configured to control the same cluster described in com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri
Example configurations
  1. Run the integration tests against the Cosmos implemented in this repo. This is done by automatically starting an in process ZooKeeper cluster and a Cosmos server that controls a DC/OS cluster. This configuration can be enabled by setting the com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri system property.
export COSMOS_AUTHORIZATION_HEADER="token=$(http --ignore-stdin <dcos-host-url>/acs/api/v1/auth/login uid=<dcos-user> password=<user-password> | jq -r ".token")"
sbt -Dcom.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri=<dcos-host-url> \
    clean it:test
  1. Run the integration tests against the Cosmos running in a DC/OS cluster. This configuration can be enabled by setting the com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri and com.mesosphere.cosmos.boot=false system properties.
export COSMOS_AUTHORIZATION_HEADER="token=$(http --ignore-stdin <dcos-host-url>/acs/api/v1/auth/login uid=<dcos-user> password=<user-password> | jq -r ".token")"
sbt -Dcom.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri=<dcos-host-url> \
    -Dcom.mesosphere.cosmos.boot=false \
    clean it:test
  1. Run the integration tests against a Cosmos already configured to control a DC/OS cluster. This configuration can be enabled by setting the com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri, com.mesosphere.cosmos.boot=false and com.mesosphere.cosmos.test.CosmosIntegrationTestClient.CosmosClient.uri system properties.
export COSMOS_AUTHORIZATION_HEADER="token=$(http --ignore-stdin <dcos-host-url>/acs/api/v1/auth/login uid=<dcos-user> password=<user-password> | jq -r ".token")"
sbt -Dcom.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri=<dcos-host-url> \
    -Dcom.mesosphere.cosmos.boot=false \
    -Dcom.mesosphere.cosmos.test.CosmosIntegrationTestClient.CosmosClient.uri=http://localhost:7070 \
    clean it:test

Running Cosmos

Cosmos requires a ZooKeeper instance to be available. It looks for one at zk://localhost:2181/cosmos by default; to override with an alternate <zk-uri>, specify the flag -com.mesosphere.cosmos.zookeeperUri <zk-uri> on the command line when starting Cosmos (see below).

We also need a One-JAR to run Cosmos:

sbt oneJar

The jar will be created in the cosmos-server/target/scala-2.12/ directory. This can be executed with:

java -jar cosmos-server/target/scala-2.12/cosmos-server_2.12-<version>-SNAPSHOT-one-jar.jar \
     -com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri <dcos-host-url>

It can also be executed with ZooKeeper authentication with:

export ZOOKEEPER_USER <user>
export ZOOKEEPER_SECRET <secret>
java -jar cosmos-server/target/scala-2.12/cosmos-server_2.12-<version>-SNAPSHOT-one-jar.jar \
     -com.mesosphere.cosmos.dcosUri <dcos-host-url>

Cosmos Admin Portal

Cosmos exposes an admin portal at http://<cosmos-host>:9990/admin. If Cosmos is running locally and you are just interested in the metrics run the following command.

curl http://localhost:9990/admin/metrics.json

Project structure

The code is organized into several subprojects, each of which has a JAR published to the Sonatype OSS repository. Here's an overview:

  • cosmos-test-common
    • src/main directory: defines the code and resources used by both the unit and integration tests.
    • src/test directory: defines the unit tests and any resources they require.
  • cosmos-integration-tests
    • src/main directory: defines the integration tests and any resources they require.
  • The remaining subprojects define the main code for Cosmos, always within their src/main directories.

RPC Conventions

All the list of RPCs that cosmos supports are located in com/mesosphere/cosmos/rpc package in the cosmos-common module. The RPC's are structured according to their version like v1, v2 and so on. As cosmos grows, only the two most recent versions of rpc will be supported. Every time a new rpc is added, the oldest rpc will be removed if there are more than two versions. In essence, this means that the tail version should always be considered as deprecated.

Versions & Compatibility

DC/OS

The following table outlines which version of Cosmos is bundled with each version of DC/OS

DC/OS Release Version Cosmos Version
≥ 1.6.1 0.1.2
≥ 1.7.0 0.1.5
≥ 1.8.0 0.2.0
≥ 1.8.9 0.2.2
≥ 1.9.0 0.3.0
≥ 1.9.1 0.3.1
≥ 1.10.0 0.4.0

Universe

Repository Format

The below table is a compatibility matrix between Cosmos and Universe repository consumption format.

Rows represent Cosmos versions, columns represent repository formats.

Version 2 Version 3 Version 4
0.1.x Supported Not Supported Not Supported
0.2.x Supported Supported Not Supported
0.3.x Supported Supported Not Supported
0.4.x Supported Supported Supported

Packaging Version

The below table is a compatibility matrix between Cosmos and Universe packaging versions.

Rows represent Cosmos versions, columns represent packaging versions.

2.0 3.0 4.0
0.1.x Supported Not Supported Not Supported
0.2.x Supported Supported Not Supported
0.3.x Supported Supported Not Supported
0.4.x Supported Supported Supported

API Documentation

Cosmos Version 0.3.x Docs

Cosmos Version 0.4.x Docs

The tooling for packaging docs is at mesosphere/packaging-docs

Reporting Problems

If you encounter a problem that seems to be related to a Cosmos bug, please create an issue at DC/OS Jira. To create an issue click on the Create button at the top and add cosmos to the component field.