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super_orchestrator

programmable container orchestration tools

12 releases (breaking)

0.10.0 Jan 21, 2024
0.9.0 Nov 11, 2023
0.8.0 Oct 18, 2023
0.5.1 Jul 11, 2023

#1240 in Network programming

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202 downloads per month

MIT/Apache

125KB
2.5K SLoC

Super Orchestrator

The purpose of Super Orchestrator is to act as a more easliy programmable, scalable, and debuggable alternative to the horrors of bash scripts and docker-compose. This is based on Tokio and supplies convenient tools for file management, command running, and Docker container management.

First, see the documentation of stacked_errors (https://docs.rs/stacked_errors/latest/stacked_errors/) to understand the error strategy. Then, look over the documentation. Finally, check the examples in order of: paths, basic_commands, basic_containers, commands, dockerfile_entrypoint_pattern, postgres, and clean.

Note that Windows has several intrinsic issues such as cross compilation being a pain (the dockerfile entrypoint pattern will not work without a lot of setup). Any of the examples with UNIX specific commands will of course not work.

The "nix_support" feature enables some functions to be able to send UNIX signals to commands.

Dependencies

~7–18MB
~211K SLoC