Current Series Release Notes¶
StackEventClass have been added to retrieve stack events
resume_stackto support stack non-lifecycle operations.
Added support for volume transfer create, find, delete, get, list and accept.
Added support for the
Add support for the new
VMoveresource for the instance HA service (Masakari).
portresource. Users can set this attribute to a valid value defined in
neutron_lib.constants.VALID_HWOL_TYPES, set “None” or leave it undefined.
export_stackto print stack infomation in a json format
Added support for:
Added support for specifying the subnetpool to use when creating subnets (
The cloud-layer caching functionality has been removed in favour of the proxy-layer caching functionality first introduced in openstacksdk 1.0.0. This migration to proxy-layer caching was designed to be transparent to end-users and there should be no user-facing impact from this removal.
appdirsdependency is replaced by a requirement for
platformdirs3.0.0 or later. Users on macOS may need to move configuration files to
*/Library/Application Support. See its release notes for further details: https://platformdirs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/changelog.html#platformdirs-3-0-0-2023-02-06
Many cloud administrators use universal cloud-wide credentials. This is supported in keystone via ‘inherited’ roles that can be applied cloud- or domain-wide.
In previous releases, these credentials could not be usefully defined within
`clouds.yaml`supports only specifying a single domain and project for auth purposes. This project or domain could not be overridden on the commandline.
[bug 2010898] Fix Swift endpoint url handling to determine info/caps url
When some config settings are specified multiple times, the order of precendence has been changed to prefer command-line or env settings over those found in
`clouds.yaml`. The same reordering has been done when a setting is specified multiple times within
`clouds.yaml`; now a higher-level setting will take precedence over that specified within the auth section.
Affected settings are: