Stein Series Release Notes

Stein Series Release Notes

3.0.0

Prelude

Added new tool blazar-status upgrade check.

New Features

  • New framework for blazar-status upgrade check command is added. This framework allows adding various checks which can be run before a Blazar upgrade to ensure if the upgrade can be performed safely.

  • Added a new resource plugin supporting floating IPs. This plugin enables users to reserve floating IPs from Neutron. To try the plugin, add virtual:floatingip to the [manager]/plugins configuration option in blazar.conf. For the API schema, see details of the APIs in the Lease API reference and Floating IP API reference.

    Note that this feature is available as a preview but is not yet complete. The Blazar CLI does not yet support it, documentation is incomplete, and the Update Lease API is not implemented. Floating IP reservation will be fully completed in the next release.

  • For instance reservation, the reservation parameter affinity now supports True and None and defaults to None

    • affinity = True

      • Blazar picks up the same host for the instances for the reservation. Using the reservation flavor, users don’t need to set additional specs such as “server_group” to schedule the instances to the host.

    • affinity = False

      • Blazar picks up different hosts for the instances for the reservation. Using the reservation flavor, users don’t need to set additional specs such as “server_group” to schedule to the hosts.

    • affinity = None (default)

      • The picked up hosts can be different or same.

    AggregateInstanceExtraSpecsFilter, AggregateMultiTenancyIsolation, or ServerGroupAffinityFilte is not needed any more for blazar’s instance reservation.

  • The List Allocations API and the Get Allocation API are newly implemented. The two APIs return list of mappings between a reservable resource and reservations. Currently Blazar only supports reservation of compute resources, so the APIs return mappings of hosts with reservation IDs of physical host reservations and instance reservations. See details of the API in the API reference .

Upgrade Notes

  • Operator can now use new CLI tool blazar-status upgrade check to check if Blazar deployment can be safely upgraded from N-1 to N release.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixes an issue wherein increasing the number of hosts of an active host reservation would fail to add newly allocated hosts to the host aggregate, preventing instances from being deployed on them.

  • If a host fails to be moved to a host aggregate while starting a reservation, any host previously moved into the same aggregate is now moved back to the freepool. This helps to prevent failures to start future leases allocating the same hosts.

  • Blazar now prevents leases from being deleted while their start_lease or end_lease events are in progress, to avoid concurrently accessing shared objects. For more details, see bug 1791741.

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