Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1019818
Support OpenStack Havana layer 2 agent integration
Last modified: 2016-04-18 02:52:23 EDT
Created attachment 812909 [details]
ovirt-host-deploy log with failed attempt to modify /etc/quantum/quantum.conf
Description of problem:
If external Neutron provider is selected during new host install, then When ovirt-host-deploy attempts to install the layer 2 agent it uses "quantum" instead of "neutron". Havana changed the path of configuration files and such to use neutron.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
oVirt 3.3 from master
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add new host with external Neutron provider
New host install fails when trying to install layer 2 agent. Attached logs.
New host install should succeed.
A patch will be welcomed.
Possible solutions / implications: Currently we "support" Neutron integration with Grizzly where the name was still quantum. Havana changed the name to neutron. Should we just move to support havana? Does this have release notes implications? Should we add a select box to the GUI when adding a host instead?
We cannot just drop the support for Grizzly during the ovirt-3.3 lifetime. So we should support both Grizzly and Havana.
I see no reason to add a UI checkbox: ovirt-host-deploy should handle whatever version is available at the host. If Engine must know the version installed on the host, Vdsm should report it.
As far as I know, openstack is not 'supported' it is 'release preview', in other words it is 'experimental'. I see no problem to require newer openstack component at any stage.
Ok, it makes sense to use the benefits of being a "tech preview".
Re-targeting to 3.3.3 since the bug is not resolved in 3.3.2 beta and is not blocking 3.3.2 release tracker (bug #1027349)
Closing as 3.3.3 has been released.