Stein Series Release Notes

New Features

  • Get ceph keyrings from files, if variable``ceph_keyrings_dir`` is defined the keyrings will be extracted from files. All files in the directory must have .keyring extention and be named with its corresponding ceph_client name. For example, if cinder_ceph_client is cinder the cinder keyring file must be named cinder.keyring. Each file must contain username and the key and nothing more, below an example for cinder.keyring content.


    [client.cinder] key = XXXXXXXXXXX

  • The ceph_client role will now look for and configure manila services to work with ceph and cephfs.

Upgrade Notes

  • The data structure for ceph_gpg_keys has been changed to be a list of dicts, each of which is passed directly to the applicable apt_key/rpm_key module. As such any overrides would need to be reviewed to ensure that they do not pass any key/value pairs which would cause the module to fail.

  • The default values for ceph_gpg_keys have been changed for all supported platforms and now use vendored keys. This means that the task execution will no longer reach out to the internet to add the keys, making offline or proxy-based installations easier and more reliable.

  • A new value epel_gpg_keys can be overridden to use a different GPG key for the EPEL-7 RPM package repo instead of the vendored key used by default.

Deprecation Notes

  • In the ceph_client role, the only valid values for ceph_pkg_source are now ceph and distro. For Ubuntu, the Ubuntu Cloud Archive apt source is already setup by the openstack_hosts role, so there is no need for it to also be setup by the ceph_client role.