This could be done in kickstart during %post (we don't have repos to do it in %packages) but I think it's cleaner to install during puppet runs.
Looking at the patch for the related BZ, the change packstack made was:
This is kind of a pre-puppet step, which makes me think this may belong in the kickstart. I can certainly add the package via puppet, but I am not sure we can safely guarantee it is installed before all the other components without lots of ordering dependencies or stages (which can cause more trouble than they solve). One option that could leave it in puppet would be if we set staypuft to assign all new hosts to some default group that included all base configuration like this that may be needed before openstack is configured. Not sure if this is a good apprach or not, just an idea.
Based on comment 3, moving back to rhel-osp-installer to add this in the kickstart.
must be %post
install these packages:
Created attachment 943192 [details]
This is not a valid upstream change, so attaching a downstream only patch.
Marek, can you please review?
The kickstart now has the following line:
# install sos related tools
yum -t -y -e 0 install sos sos-plugins-openstack rhos-log-collector
and the deployed nodes have the rpms installed:
[root@maca25400868097 ~]# rpm -qa|grep "^sos\|rhos-log"
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