Current Series Release Notes

Current Series Release Notes


Upgrade Notes

  • The Neutron LBaaS plugin has been removed upstream and is no longer available in the Train release. The following deprecated resources has been removed:

    • neutron::agents::lbaas

    • neutron::config::lbaas_agent_config

    • neutron::server::ensure_lbaas_package

    • neutron::services::lbaas

    • neutron::services::lbaas::haproxy

    • neutron::services::lbaas::octavia

    • neutron_lbaas_agent_config

    • neutron_lbaas_service_config

    Please see the following link for more information on this deprecation:

    You should use the Octavia project to implement LBaaS.


New Features

  • Add openstackclient installation to the client class.

  • Added the ability to configure rpc_response_max_timeout.

Upgrade Notes

  • The default value for neutron::plugins::cisco::keystone_auth_url is changed from to

  • The default value for neutron::plugins::plumgrid::connection is changed from to

  • The default value for neutron::plugins::midonet::keystone_tenant and neutron::plugins::ml2::bigswitch::restproxy::auth_tenant has been changed from ‘service’ to ‘services’.

Deprecation Notes

  • database_idle_timeout is deprecated and will be removed in a future release. Please use database_connection_recycle_time instead.

Bug Fixes

  • As of Queens the neutron-vpn-agent package for Ubuntu is no longer provided and has been replaced with the package python-neutron-vpnaas.

  • On Debian there is no package named openswan and the package that should be installed for VPNaaS is strongswan.

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