markmc at redhat.com
Tue Nov 15 12:33:58 UTC 2011
And updates specifically from the past week or so:
- We had some discussion about how to improve communication between
everyone working on OpenStack in Fedora and encourage more folks to
- An "Open Source Cloud and Virtualization" dev room has been
announced for FOSDEM in Brussels on Feb 4-5th:
- A big openstack-nova update was pushed with ~20 significant
updates from the upstream stable branch:
- Pádraig has continued the work on EPEL6 and posted an update:
The current status is that I have nova and glance services
running and passing very basic tests. I'm using 2 packages not
yet in EPEL though.
python-webob: 0.9.6 in RHEL6.2, 1.0.8 in F1
python-sqlalchemy: 0.5.5 in RHEL6.2, 0.6.8 in F15
- Bob Kukura has been working on packaging Diablo's Quantum and will
post a package for review soon. This has been complicated by the
fact that Quantum in Essex has undergone major changes to make it
easier to package.
- Russell Bryant has been looking into how we might go about
running OpenStack with Apache Qpid rather than RabbitMQ.
- Alan Pevec is preparing a keystone update based on the latest
upstream stable branch. He has also been debugging various issues
- Cole Robinson has been working on getting Dashboard running on
Fedora and has also run into keystone issues.
- I hit an issue with attaching a volume to an instance running on a
remote compute node:
There's a fix proposed in gerrit which can be pulled into Fedora.
- There's been a little bit more progress on making Nova use
Rich and Pádraig are working up a plan. Also, Andrey from Grid
Dynamics pointed out that we actually really need this for EPEL6
since the nbd kernel driver isn't supported on RHEL6.
- Rich also posted an analysis of Nova's file injection code:
- Derek Higgins got a fix merged upstream to have an instance's
"managed save" image removed when the VM is undefined:
- The weird AMQP issue we saw once or twice during the test day has
undergone serious debugging by folks upstream, but the root cause
hasn't been identified yet:
- Russell took a look at the "database is locked" errors we see with
sqlite and concluded that using SQLite is probably hopeless and we
should switch to MySQL by default:
More information about the cloud