Yoga Series Release Notes¶
Fixes an issue where
ironic-uicould fail when starting the Baremetal Service’s API client when a user’s authentication provider does not immediately support returning a
project_id. The remote Baremetal API service will retrieve this value from the Identity service.
Python 2.7 support has been dropped. Last release of ironic-ui to support Python 2.7 is OpenStack Train. The minimum version of Python now supported by ironic-ui is Python 3.6.
_construct_http_client() takes at least 1 argumentwhen creating an ironic client instance.
Adds support for selecting driver interfaces for dynamic drivers while creating nodes. The support for driver interfaces is not compatible with classic drivers. This feature is supported with Pike and further versions of ironic.
Adds support for injecting non-maskable interrupts into a node. A new action
Inject NMIhas been added to the node actions dropdown menu in the
Support has been added for starting, stopping, and accessing the console associated with a node.
The action dropdown menu in the node-details panel has a new item
The node-details/overview panel has a new
Console infoitem in the
Generalsection. The value of this field is dependent on the console type.
shellinabox, the value is an anchor with the URL required to access the web console and title
shellinabox. For others, the value is a string representation of the
console_infoobject returned by the
The Node Details/Configuration tab now shows the node’s boot device.
Adds the ability to view and edit the node’s
resource_classfield on the node-details/configuration page.
Adds support for a user to be able to edit the
resource_classfield when enrolling/updating a node.
Adds support for editing portgroups from the node-details/configuration page. Each entry in the portgroups table has an associated
Edit portgroupbutton that when clicked will launch a modal dialog that guides the user in making changes.
A backend mock has been added that enables better unit testing of the ironic-ui application by mocking the ironic API service. The mock utilizes angular $httpbackend handlers to intercept requests targeted at the ironic-ui server-side REST endpoints, and returns simulated responses.
A number of unit tests have been developed that illustrate the use of the backend mock functionality.
Although the backend mock is a work in progress, enough functionality already exists to support test development for the current set of in-progress features.
Adds support for viewing and managing the portgroups associated with an ironic node.
A portgroup table has been added to the node-details/configuration tab.
Each row in the table displays a single portgroup, and has column entries for its UUID, MAC address, name, and number of ports. A dropdown menu is also provided that contains actions that can be applied to the portgroup.
Detailed information for a portgroup is obtained by clicking the detail-toggle-selector (right-chevron) located in its table row. The additional information is displayed in a row expansion.
The port table in node-details/configuration tab has been modified as follows:
A column has been added that displays the UUID of the portgroup to which the port belongs.
Propertiescolumn has been replaced with a column that displays only the boolean value of the
Additional properties are displayed by clicking the detail-toggle-selector for that port in a similar manner to the portgroup table.
Support has been added for inspecting nodes. For a node that is in the
manageablestate, its action menu will include an
Inspectbutton. Node action menus are located in the node-list and node-detail pages.
The current cleaning step is displayed in the Provisioning Status section of the node-details/overview page
The user is now able to abort a node cleaning operation. When cleaning is aborted the node is moved from the
CLEAN WAITstate to the
CLEAN FAILstate. When appropriate an “Abort cleaning” action will be present in individual node action menu.
The node-details/configuration page has been extended to enable the user to edit ports after initial creation.
The user is now able to specify the pxe_enabled and local-link-connection attributes as part of defining/editing ports.
This release adds support for editing nodes and moving those nodes between enroll, manageable, available and active states. It is now possible to enroll a node without all required fields for moving to manageable state being present due to the facility for editing the node once it has been created.
Edit nodes after creation
Move nodes between enroll, manageable, available and active states
Ability to enroll a node without all required fields for other states
This release adds support for adding and deleting nodes. Support has also been added for adding and deleting ports. The panel will now be hidden if the baremetal service is not present in the scenario where the collection of running services differs between multiple keystone regions.
Add and delete nodes
Add and delete ports
Panel hidden if baremetal service or admin rights are not present
UX improvements across the interface
Breadcrumbs have been added
Currently it is not possible to edit a node via the UI once it has been enrolled. Therefore, the enrollment must be done accurately to ensure the node is enrolled accurately and can then be made available. At present, any errors made during enrollment can only be corrected by deleting the node and enrolling it again.