Queens Series (3.0.0 - 3.2.x) Release Notes¶
Fixes an issue with the IntelCnaHardwareManager which prevented hardware managers with lower priority to be executed and therefore may blocked the initialization and collection of hardware these managers are supposed to take care of.
Fixes retry logic issues with the Agent Lookup which can result in the lookup failing prematurely before being completed, typically resulting in an abrupt end to the agent logging and potentially weird errors like TypeError being reported on the agent process standard error output. For more information see bug 2007968.
lshwoutput no longer pollutes the debug logging. Instead, it’s stored as part of the ramdisk logs.
numa-topologyinspection collector to be compatible with Pint < 0.5.2.
Adds an additional check if the
smartctlutility is present from the
smartmontoolspackage, which performs an ATA disk specific check that should prevent ATA Secure Erase from being performed if a pass-thru device is detected that requires a non-ATA command signling sequence. Devices such as these can be smart disk interfaces such as RAID controllers and USB disk adapters, which can cause failures when attempting to Secure Erase, which may render the disk unreachable.
Fixes the ATA Secure Erase logic to attempt an immediate unlock in the event of a failed attempt to Secure Erase. This is required to permit fallback to make use of the
In the event that an ATA Secure Erase operation fails during cleaning, the disk will be write locked. In this case, the disk must be explicitly unlocked.
This should also prevent failures where an ATA Secure Erase operation fails with a pass-through disk controller, which may prevent the disk from being available after a reboot operation. For additional information, please see story 2002546.
Mounts /run into chroot when installing grub to prevent timeouts.
Fixes an issue with retrieving all available physical memory. For more details see: story 2005308 <https://storyboard.openstack.org/#!/story/2005308>
Fixes detection of IPMI address in CoreOS-based images, by ensuring that parsing of
ipmitooloutput is compatible with the bundled implementation of
lshwfor memory configuration and system information collection when using the default hardware manager. This information can now be retrieved on both DMI capable and OpenFirmware capable systems.
dmidecodeis no longer used by the default hardware manager.
Adds DHCP network support for TinyIPA. This support is required for rescue feature when used with TinyIPA.
lshwis now a dependency of the default hardware manager.
The default hardware manager is now capable of collecting memory configuration and system information on OpenFirmware (PowerPC) capable systems, in addition to the already supported DMI (x86 and ARM) capable systems.