Wallaby Series Release Notes¶
Adds the Monasca datasource plugin to the Grafana image. This allows Monasca users to visualise metrics in Grafana without using the Monasca Grafana fork.
Debian ‘bullseye’ is now used instead of ‘buster’. Bullseye is the next stable release of Debian, and is currently in a ‘freeze’ state. Several images gained Debian support with the move to bullseye.
monasca-grafanaimage has been dropped because it was using several deprecated components and was not buildable. Support for
Monascadatasource was added into standard
Changed default of
bootstrap-serversis deploying Docker without a bridge by default since Wallaby
Support for building ppc64le container images has been deprecated in Wallaby cycle and will be removed in Xena.
rallyimages are deprecated and will be removed in the Xena cycle. The reason is that these are not services of an OpenStack cloud but its clients.
Fixes an issue with logs going missing in the Fluentd pipeline by pinning td-agent to 4.0.*. LP#1930867
Fixes issues arising from the lack of Debian updates repo being enabled. LP#1931544
Debian images enable the Debian updates repo now. This is aligned with the base Debian image.
prometheus-v2-serverimage for Prometheus version 2.x.
Adds a new
[DEFAULT] allowed-to-failconfiguration option. It can be used to define a list of images which are allowed to fail during builds without marking the whole build as failed.
The main use of this option is to keep CI systems in a working state despite some less important images failing.
Support for Debian binary (aka packaged) Masakari images.
Support for Ubuntu binary (aka packaged) Masakari images.
octavia-driver-agentimage was added to support other Octavia providers than
Kolla now no longer supports CentOS 8.2 and below. This is to support CentOS 8.3 without extra workarounds (please see the fixes section for more details). The promise is to support the latest CentOS 8 release which is 8.3 now.
RabbitMQ and Erlang packages are now installed from
packagecloud.io(and PPA for Debian/Ubuntu) since
bintray.comis getting shut down May 1st, 2021.
Karborproject is no longer maintained and retired since Wallaby cycle . Its images and support is also removed since Wallaby cycle.
mariadbhas been removed.
mariadb-serverimage has been introduced in Victoria release with deprecation of
mariadbimage at the same time.
Qinlingproject is no longer maintained and retired since Wallaby cycle . Its image and support is also removed since Wallaby cycle.
Searchlightproject is no longer maintained and retired since Wallaby cycle . Its images and support is also removed since Wallaby cycle.
The following images are removed per the deprecation cycle:
zaqarimage and related plugins are removed per the deprecation cycle.
Upgrades Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana (ELK) 6 images to ELK 7. Please see the upgrade notes in the official documentation
Three Neutron plugins are no longer provided by default in images:
vmware-nsx. The main reason is that they lag in synchronising with OpenStack release process. Their definitions have been moved to
contrib/neutron-pluginsdirectory. Please read the included
README.rstin case you depend on them. Please note they are no longer included in published images.
chronyimage is deprecated and will be removed in the Xena cycle.
Deprecates support for Prometheus v1.x. In Xena release cycle support for this image will be removed from Kolla.
Support for using Red Hat Enterprise Linux as base of container images was deprecated. Please migrate to using CentOS Stream 8 based images.
Fixes MariaDB incremental backup failure when full backup was not created the same day. LP#1897948
Fixes an issue with Swift containers failing to start in Ubuntu binary images. LP#1905279
Fixes builds on CentOS 8.3 failing due to renamed repos. Notice Kolla now no longer supports CentOS 8.2 and below. LP#1907213
Fixes an issue with the
kolla_set_configs --checkcommand when the compared files are non-Unicode. LP#1913952
Fixes an issue with the Fluentd Monasca output plugin related to a more recent openssl library. LP#1910382
Fixes Mistral source images to respect upper-constraints.
nova-compute uses daxio to cleanup vpmem backend device on instance delete. If the daxio binary is missing in the nova-compute container instance delete fails. daxio is provided in centos via daxio, in ubuntu via the pmdk-tools package.
CentOS images are using CentOS 8 Stream as a base.