Victoria Series Release Notes¶
The container image build command now has the ability to inject labels into various images being constructed. To add labels into a container, the argument –label can be specified multiple times. The value is always a key=value pair and each key must be unique.
Adds auth_token_lifetime to undercloud.conf with a default of 14400. This configuration option exposes the keystone token expirataion as a top level configuration since it may need to be increased to handle larger clouds.
The container image build label agument has the ability to do simple string replacements following the python standard. Available options for string replacement are registry, namespace, prefix, image, tag, and name. Example usage –label component=”%(prefix)s-%(name)s-container”.
A new –ansible-forks argument has been added to the TripleO and Overcloud commands. The default value for forks has also been adjusted to no longer exceed 100 forks.
A new command “openstack overcloud export ceph” is added. The command is used to export the Ceph deployment data from one stack for use in another stack with storage services which use that Ceph cluster when using the multi-stack deployment feature.
The –transport argument has been added to openstack tripleo deploy which allows for specifying the ansible transport to use in the ansible configuration file.
The –standalone argument to the openstack tripleo deploy command is now deprecated. The argument previously had no effect other than allow the tripleo deploy command to not throw an exception, so it can be safely deprecated with no replacement.
openstack overcloud export now exports user defined password values instead of just always exporting the generated password values.
The upgrade/update commands have a prompt by default now that ask for confirmation before proceeding. It’ll prevent an operator to run the command and cause the problems to infrastructure. This prompt can be skipped with –yes/-y argument.
undercloud_enable_paunch option is removed as we retire Paunch project.
The ffwd-upgrade command isn’t needed anymore since Queens. The ffwd upgrade now relies on the overcloud upgrade commands, therefore there is no need to keep the old ffwd-upgrade commands around as they could just cause confusion to the user.