2023.2 Series Release Notes¶
Fixed default share type lookup associated with the “openstack share create” command. The lookup now resolves default share types correctly even on environments where the default type isn’t named “default”. See launchpad bug #2030686 for more details.
OpenStackClient is the preferred CLI client supported by this package. This CLI client has full feature parity to the legacy “manila” CLI client.
It is now possible to restrict the visibility of access rules’ sensitive fields, as well as lock the access rule deletion while allowing access to a share. A lock reason can also be provided.
It is now possible to filter access rules while listing them by its access_to, access_type, access_key and access_level.
countoption in share snapshot’s list commands since 2.79.
Added SDK and OSC commands to create, view, update and delete resource locks, alongside support for API version 2.81.
Added support for share backup APIs in the SDK and the openstackclient plugin. You can use the openstack client to create a backup, restore a backup, delete a backup, list backups with filters, and update the name and description fields of a backup. Available from microversion 2.80.
Usage of the “manila” CLI client is discouraged in favor of the “openstack” CLI. The “manila” CLI client will be removed in a future release.
The “manila” CLI client is now deprecated. The python-manilaclient package provides an openstack CLI plugin. As a replacement, the “openstack” CLI must be used. No new features will be added to the “manila” CLI client. The “manilalient” SDK/python bindings are not affected by this deprecation.
Users are now able to set a default active directory site while creating security services by specifying ‘default_ad_site’. Refer Launchpad bug #1988146
Adds support to create share network subnet with properties and update the subnet properties with set and unset command (only with the OpenStackClient).
Support transferring shares between projects starting from API version
The OpenStackClient plugin will now use most suitable version for openstack commmands client generation if user supplied version is above max version supported by server. For more details, please refer Launchpad bug #1960490
Fixed the use of the “–availability-zone” option with the “openstack share network create” command.