Ahh okay.It wasn't clear before how box grinder played into the stack, now it makes sense.
> hey Jay.
> no, we don't have full stack VM as far as I know. Neither it was an objective.
> A single VM isn't a good distributed system as you can see and having
> _everything_ on it doesn/t make much sense, IMO.
> If you want to build your own VM with a different set of the components you
> can do it with ease by updating VM descriptor under
> bigtop-deploy/vm/boxgrinder Then use Fedora to build the VM according to
> boxgrinder documentation.
> That should be quite easy to follow.
> On Sat, Jun 29, 2013 at 09:51PM, Jay Vyas wrote:
>> Hi big top :
>> I've been working on a recent big top VM and am finding that many required
>> components for smoke tests (i.e. mysql, snappy, ...) aren't installed on
>> the system.
>> Is there a VM which is built in bigtop which is 100% complete and ready to
>> roll? (i.e. all the tests pass, and all the ecosystem is installed.....)
>> This is pretty important for development i think.
>> Jay Vyas