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README.md

Project Razor

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Introduction

Project Razor is a power control, provisioning, and management application designed to deploy both bare-metal and virtual computer resources. Razor provides broker plugins for integration with third party such as Puppet.

This is a 0.x release, so the CLI and API is still in flux and may change. Make sure you read the release notes before upgrading

Project Razor is versioned with semantic versioning, and we follow the precepts of that document. Right now that means that breaking changes are permitted to both the API and internals, although we try to keep compatibility as far as reasonably possible.

How to Get Help

We really want Razor to be simple to contribute to, and to ensure that you can get started quickly. A big part of that is being available to help you figure out the right way to solve a problem, and to make sure you get up to speed quickly.

You can always reach out and ask for help:

If you want to help improve Razor directly we have a fairly detailed CONTRIBUTING guide in the repository that you can use to understand how code gets in to the system, how the project runs, and how to make changes yourself.

We welcome contributions at all levels, including working strictly on our documentation, tests, or code contributions. We also welcome, and value, input about your experiences with Project Razor, and provisioning in general, on the mailing list as we discuss how the project should solve problems.

Installation

Follow wiki documentation for installation process:

https://github.com/puppetlabs/Razor/wiki/installation

Project Committers

This is the official list of users with "committer" rights to the Razor project. For details on what that means, see the CONTRIBUTING guide in the repository

If you can't figure out who to contact, Daniel Pittman is the best first point of contact for the project. (Find me at Daniel Pittman daniel@puppetlabs.com, or dpittman on the #puppet-razor IRC channel.)

This is a hand-maintained list, thanks to the limits of technology. Please let Daniel Pittman know if you run into any errors or omissions in that list.

Razor MicroKernel

Environment Variables

  • $RAZOR_HOME: Razor installation root directory.

  • $RAZOR_RSPEC_WEBPATH: optional rspec HTML output path.

  • $RAZOR_LOG_PATH: optional Razor log directory (default: ${RAZOR_HOME}/log).

  • $RAZOR_LOG_LEVEL: optional Razor log output verbosity level:

      0 = Debug
      1 = Info
      2 = Warn
      3 = Error (default)
      4 = Fatal
      5 = Unknown
    

Starting services

Start Razor API with:

cd $RAZOR_HOME/bin
./razor_daemon.rb start

License

Project Razor is distributed under the Apache 2.0 license. See the LICENSE file for full details.

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