Zed Series Release Notes


New Features

  • The tempest class now supports heat-tempest-plugin parameters.

  • The id setter resources type now accepts a resource name in <section>/<parameter name> format, to use arbitrary section name.

  • The new tempest::img_disk_format parameter has been added.

  • The new tempest::manila_available parameter has been added. This parameter defaults to false, but when set to true, it installs the manila-tempest-plugin package and enables the plugin tests.

  • The following three parameters for manila-tempest-plugin have been added to the tempest class.

    • share_multitenancy_enabled

    • share_enable_protocols

    • share_multi_backend

    • capability_storage_protocol

  • The following parameters have been added to the tempest class to mange domain name parameters for pre-created credentials.

    • user_domain_name

    • project_domain_name

    • alt_user_domain_name

    • alt_project_domain_name

Upgrade Notes

  • CentOS 8 Stream is no longer supported by this module.

  • The tempest::change_password_available parameter has been removed.

  • The tempest::keystone_v2 parameter has been removed.

Deprecation Notes

  • The tempest::whitebox_db_uri parameter has been deprecated and now has no effect.

Bug Fixes

  • The tempest class no longer installes a python3-<service>-tests package, unless the package provides tempest plugins.

  • Now the python3-keystone-tests-tempest package is installed instead of the python3-keyston-tests package in CentOS and RHEL.

  • Now the python3-glance-tests-tempest package is installed instead of the python3-glance-tests package in CentOS and RHEL.

  • Fixed the wrong section([DEFAULT] instead of [database]) used by automated resolution of image id value using the db_flavor_name parameter.

  • Default value of the tempest::tempest_repo_uri parameter has been updated and now the OpenDev repository is used instead of Github.