Mitaka Series Release Notes¶
Added zone_name in zone trasfer request response. Closed bug#1580014
New method of updating Pools. We have a new sub command on the
Schedule across pools. See http://doc.openstack.org/developer/designate/pools/scheduler.html#default-provided-filters for the built in filters
Randomize SOA refresh interval to stagger AXFRs across multiple zones and resolvers. Introduce the new configuration parameters default-soa-refresh-min and default-soa-refresh-max
The fix for minidns’s issues TCP can cause minidns to fail to send some messages. This manifests itself with eventlet not being able to send all the data before socket is closed.
Upgrade from Liberty to Mitaka will require downtime due to migration of Pool Configuration data from config files, to the database. See the Upgrade Documentation for full details.
Pool Names are now required to be unique. If there is 2 pools with the same name - this will need to be changed before the upgrade is performed.
The default option for the scheduler filters will be
attribute, pool_id_attribute, random.
To maintain exact matching behaviour (if you have multiple pools) you will need to set the
Create / Update / Delete API methods on /v2/pools/ Using these messages will cause unforseen issues with pools. We highly recommend that the policy file be updated to restrict create / update / delete from all users
default-soa-refresh configuration option
Previous versions of eventlet changed the behaviour of socket.send() to match socket.sendall(). in eventlet 0.18.0 this changed and it reverted to the traditional behaviour. MiniDNS has been updated to allow minidns to push large zone transfers over long range network connections
Designate no longer will attempt to guess content type based on an extension to the URL. So GET /v2/zones.json is no longer an acceptable URL.