During the meetup today, some people ask about how to create a boxgrinder appliance.
either way works fine for me.
I will check if the fedora vm has enough disk space.
Nice stuff, Bruno!
How about adding it as bigtop-deployment/vm/boxgrinder/bigtop_hadoop.appl and start the regular productions of VMs over at our Jenkins?
And root password is bigtop
Here is how I build it for a simple kvm VM (--debug and -f are not really necessary):
sudo boxgrinder-build --debug -f bigtop_hadoop.appl
Note also It is not worthwhile to add new targets to the Apache Bigtop Makefile because boxgrinder offer many ways and options to build appliances
Please find a boxgrinder appliance. It will create a CentOS 6 appliance with Apache Hadoop set up in a pseudo conf mode along with its Apache Hadoop namenode formatted.
So right after the first boot, the appliance will start with a working Apache Hadoop cluster.
I put it in contrib/boxgrinder and it is based on Apache Bigtop 0.2.0