Pike Series Release Notes¶
Fixed bugs 1738917 and 1738918. Names can now be used in commands pertaining to share group types.
The list command for –os-share-api-version <=2.34 has been fixed to not error out in case there are no search options/filters specified.
Shares and share instances can now be filtered with their export location IDs or paths.
IPv6 ACL support has been added in manila. access-allow command now validates and allows access control to IPv6 clients.
Added support for matching filters (name~, description~) to filter results of the list commands for shares, snapshots, share-networks, and share-groups.
Added support for
descriptionas a filter to the list commands for shares, snapshots, share-networks, and share-groups.
Added new subcommands message-list, message-show and message-delete.
Added support for per-share-type quotas.
Added support for share group and share group snapshot quotas.
After addition of share group and share group snapshot quotas, it is now possible to get ‘over limit’ error creating share groups and share group snapshots.
Beginning in version 2.33, share access list API returns “created_at” and “updated_at” for each access rule as part of the JSON response.
Remove unused sort key export_location from list CLI.
If using python3.5, a TypeError will raise if server returns a 4xx response. Below is the error message:
TypeError: unorderable types: int() > NoneType()
This error occurred because python-manilaclient tried to compare an integer with None. This is not a valid comparison starting from python3.5.
See bug #1664877 for more details.
Changed user access name limit from 32 to 255 characters since there are security services that allow user names longer than 32 characters.