Configure Mesos mount disk resources to enable users to create tasks that can be restarted without data loss.
Proceed with upgrading every master node one-at-a-time in any order using the following procedure.
So you've just finished installing your new Free BSD system. While the base OS includes quite a lot of useful utilities, you're probably going to need to install some third party software.
Depending on the usage of the machine, you might need a web server, a graphical desktop or anything in between.
A few of these fixes work much better if done _before_ you run portupgrade so it's important not to skip this step!
If you haven't done a portupgrade in a long while (i.e.
It is strongly recommended that you refresh the entire collection together, as many ports depend on other parts of the tree, even where that might seem counterintuitive (e.g.
2014-02-26 Live demo in BSD Now Episode 026 | Originally written by TJ for | Last updated: 2014/03/02 NOTE: the author/maintainer of the tutorial(s) is no longer with the show, so the information below may be outdated or incorrect.
When you complete each upgrade, monitor the Mesos master metrics to ensure the node has rejoined the cluster and completed reconciliation. Agent upgrades can be parallelized with a few caveats.
During an upgrade the Mesos agent will go offline briefly (tasks will continue to run) and load on the Master nodes will increase slightly and proportional to the number of Agents rejoining the cluster.
rumor also has it that portmaster makes a good replacement for portupgrade, but I have not personally tested it.
portupgrade is a small collection of tools that goes hand in hand with cvsup.
Portupgrade (aka pkgtools) is a tool set for working with ports and packages.