[install] Build all-in-one server package using arvados-server install/boot in production mode
In the "install via OS packages" scenario, the operator won't use "arvados-server install" directly -- rather, they will install the "arvados-server" debian package and use "arvados-server init" to create a new cluster, which (among other things) will set up a systemd service that invokes "arvados-server install -type production" to do any needed setup tasks, followed by "arvados-server boot" to bring up the server processes.
This way, any applicable time consuming setup/upgrade tasks -- compiling a new version of Ruby, installing bundler, running database migrations -- will run asynchronously instead of rudely blocking the "apt-get install" or "apt-get upgrade" process as they do now.
#16 Updated by Tom Clegg about 1 month ago
16306-arvados-easy-install @ e8d1a643cdbc3a5f4c0e5c745da58d9f7e1248d8 -- https://ci.arvados.org/view/Developer/job/developer-run-tests/2023/