[kata-dev] 回复: rust kata-agent status update

杨波 yb203166 at antfin.com
Mon Sep 16 01:52:44 UTC 2019

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We choose grpc-rs because it is verified in product environment, grpcio is not.

发件人:Samuel Ortiz <sameo at linux.intel.com>
发送时间:2019年9月12日(星期四) 20:44
收件人:杨波(兵卫) <yb203166 at antfin.com>
抄 送:kata-dev <kata-dev at lists.katacontainers.io>; 王旭(循环) <gnawux at alibaba-inc.com>
主 题:Re: [kata-dev] rust kata-agent status update


A couple of questions:

1) Do we know what the grps-rs memory footprint is?
2) What was the rationale behind picking grps-rs over e.g. grpcio?


On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 04:53:29PM +0800, 杨波 via kata-dev wrote:
> Hi, folks:
> Let me update some progress of the rust agent.
> First of all, thanks for James' kindly help on the project.
> The functions of rust agent are almost finished. we have fixed several bugs to stablize it. Ci and osbuilder are still missing. We have to run end-to-end tests manually right now.
> - Refactor rust agent API. Remove overused matches, clean up code
> - Refactor communication between parent/child/grandchild, use raw bytes instead of serde_json to simplify communication
> - Refactor Process struct, remove duplicate/unused fields
> - Add Makefile to simplify building --- by jodh-intel
> - Fix up unit test for netlink
> - Fix up test run against musl and release
> - Implement debug console support
> - Implement command line parse partly
> - Implement Spec valaidator
> - Implement Hook infrastructure
> We are targeting to land the rust agent to Kata org by October, and you may check out the current WIP repo here: https://github.com/alipay/kata-rust-agent
> Cheers!

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