Victoria Series Release Notes


Bug Fixes

  • The qemu user on the host gets created using uid/gid 107. Certificates on the host, but also the vhost-user sockets created by ovs use this uid/gid. With the move to TCIB images the default kolla ids were reverted and the previous overwrite dropped. This make e.g. the qemu processes to fail to use the libvirt-vnc bind mounted certificates. This change brings back the previous overwrite of the qemu user uid/gid.


New Features

  • Added a image yaml for real time kernels support . If you use it, don’t forget to also add the rhel-8-for-x86_64-rt-rpms channel.

  • Added modify_only_with_source to the ContainerImagePrepare set that can be used to limit modify container images to a specific image_source as defined in the services to container images mapping.

Upgrade Notes

  • The default container prefix is openstack- instead of centos-binary- starting with Victoria.

Bug Fixes

  • When using specifying ContainerImagePrepare if a tag is explicitly provided in a set, the tag_from_label functionality will not be run as we use the defined tag for the containers. Previously we would still attempt tag lookups even if we wanted a specific tag.

Other Notes

  • container-images/tripleo_containers.yaml.j2 is now used to determine what containers are used for which services when running the container image prepare process runs.


Bug Fixes

  • When the default tag doesn’t exist in the container repo during container image prepare, and a tag wasn’t set in the actual input for ContainerImagePrepare, the latest tag from the repo will be used instead of failing with a not found error.

  • Fix bug 1887692 so limit_hosts will take precedence over the blacklisted_hostnames. And therefore Ansible won’t be run with two –limit if both limit hosts and blacklisted hostnames are in use. When we want to run Ansible on specific hosts, we will ignore the blacklisted nodes and assume we know what we do. In the case of the scale-down scenario, the unreachable nodes are ignored.