Zed Series Release Notes¶
Fixes the bug where an administrator could not specify default user_data for new VMs via
The new setting
OPENSTACK_SERVER_DEFAULT_USER_DATAallows an administrator to specify a default user data (e.g. comments or instructions for cloudinit) for new VMs. It can be a raw string or string template that accepts the request.
The new settings
LAUNCH_INSTANCE_DEFAULTS.enable_net_portsallow to hide Metadata and Network Ports tabs from launch instance workflow.
Cinder user messages are now available for volume backups in a messages tab.
Horizon can now use a system scope token when performing admin operations. To enable that, a new setting, SYSTEM_SCOPE_SERVICES, has to list the OpenStack services for which this feature is to be enabled. When that setting is not empty, a new option, „system scope“ will appear in the context switching menu, and the panels for the listed services will be moved into that context in the main menu.
Horizon no longer requires the keystone admin endpoint. keystone does not distinguish public and admin endpoints and there is no functional difference between public and admin endpoints. There is no need for a separate endpoint for keystone admin operations, but horizon required the keystone admin endpoint is configured previously. This requirement no longer exists. An endpoint specified by
OPENSTACK_ENDPOINT_TYPEsetting is used for the keystone admin operations. You can drop the admin endpoint for keystone (unless other services require it). [bug:1950659]
The Django version of the Images, Keypairs, and Roles panels is deprecated now. Switch to the AngularJS version by setting
True(or dropping these keys from
ANGULAR_FEATURESsetting). The horizon team believes that feature gaps between Django and AngularJS implementations have been closed for all these panels and we can drop the Django version. If you see any feature gap, please file a bug to horizon or contact the horizon team.