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  • For Ubuntu OpenStack click here For Red Hat OpenStack click here
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  • https://etherpad.openstack.org/havana-ceilometer-architecture-overview Incremental Improvement Grab-bag - https://etherpad.openstack.org/havana-ceilometer-incremental-grab-bag
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  • 5thFeatureFreeze (Sep 4) StringFreeze (Sep 4) havana-3 (Sep 6)12th19th26thRelease candidatesOctober 3rd10th17thHavana Release (2013.2)24th31stNovember 7thDesign
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  • See also https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/marconi-benchmark-plans https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/juno-marconi-benchmarking Run performance tests
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  • sched.org/overview/type/design+summit Links for session notes are at Summit/Havana/Etherpads Process: Development processes and tools, release schedule, core
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  • (Please add links to the Havana Design Summit etherpad documents here) Monday 2013-04-15 11:00 - Restructure documentation Monday 2013-04-15 11:50
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  • Simple but always appearing software flaws can be found using static code analyzers or other code scanning tools. We are limited to freely available code
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  • NOTE: This page is OUT OF DATE. Please see the latest info on the Marconi project here: Marconi NOTE: This page is OUT OF DATE. Please see the latest
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  • ReleaseNotes/2013.2.3 (category Havana)
    changes to Keystone stable/havana and its required dependencies did not fit the critieria for a potential backport. Instead, Havana users of Keystone's OAUTH
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  • The release schedule page for Havana has underscores in the title.
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  • Hitachi (HUS) Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana Havana
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  • See ReleaseNotes/2013.2.3 See ReleaseNotes/2013.2.2 See ReleaseNotes/2013.2.1
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  • ReleaseNotes/2013.2.1 (category Havana)
    The 2013.2.1 release is a Havana bugfix update for OpenStack Compute (Nova), OpenStack Identity (Keystone), OpenStack Image Registry and Delivery Service
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  • ReleaseNotes/2013.2.2 (category Havana)
    The 2013.2.2 release is a Havana bugfix update for OpenStack Compute (Nova), OpenStack Identity (Keystone), OpenStack Image Registry and Delivery Service
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  • have your own plugin, feel free to add it to this list. Starting with Havana release, openvswitch and linuxbridge plugins are deprecated. Modular Layer
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  • Mellanox-Kilo Mellanox-Juno Mellanox-Icehouse Mellanox-Havana-Ubuntu / Mellanox-Havana-RedHat Mellanox-Grizzly Mellanox packages versions 1.
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  • daemon_endpoint - 'tcp://127.0.0.1:60001' For a plugin configuration file example (Havana), please refer to Mellanox config *ini file (click here) 4. (Optional) Modify
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  • implementation of the Firewall As A Service feature in OpenStack Networking for the Havana release. While our long term goal for FWaaS is to make it very feature rich
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  • InfraTeam (section Havana)
    Basic CI workflow Note: Jenkins has been replaced, graphic should be updated. Image source: Os-ci-workflow-09032014.svg Also visit the Developer's Guide
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  • https://launchpad.net/nova/+milestone/havana-1 - Milestone tracking https://blueprints.launchpad.net/nova/havana - Series tracking Links from https://wiki
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  • doc not written | ✗ not tested, or has some failures | ✔ tested 100% OK
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  • FWaaS (FireWall-as-a-Service) is Neutron extension that introduces firewall feature set. To implement services and associated libraries that provide
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  • launchpad.net/horizon/+bug/1243796 A versão Horizon Havana deve ser totalmente compatível tanto com Havana quanto com Grizzly do restante dos projetos integrados
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  • https://etherpad.openstack.org/havana-quantum-lbaas Quantum/LBaaS/HavanaPlan Initial Discussions Document NetworkLoadBalancingIntegrationsWithQuantum
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  • ReleaseNotes/2013.2.4 (category Havana)
    The 2013.2.4 release is a Havana bugfix update for OpenStack Compute (Nova), OpenStack Identity (Keystone), OpenStack Image Registry and Delivery Service
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  • net/quantum/+spec/lbaas-integration-with-service-types Planned delivery: Havana-2. Deliverables: New API for fetching service providers (service type
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  • https://bugs.launchpad.net/horizon/+bug/1243796 The Havana Horizon release should be fully compatible with both Havana and Grizzly versions of the rest of the OpenStack
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  • Sections on 2014 Dec 2: Havana Nova is by default designated except scheduler, filter, drivers, API extensions and networking. Havana Cinder designated sections
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  • 'cinder', 'ceilometer', 'heat', 'trove', 'sahara', 'oslo') tags = ('ops', 'havana-backport-potential', 'icehouse-backport-potential', 'juno-backport-potential')
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  • Grizzly is an element of the state flag of California 2013.2 Havana (Portland, Oregon): Havana is an unincorporated community in Oregon 2014.1 Icehouse (Hong
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  • mellanox.com/downloads/solutions/openstack/havana/repo/mlnx-havana/mlnx-havana.repo -O /etc/yum.repos.d/mlnx-havana.repo 2. Install the eswitchd RPM: #yum
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  • Support Matrix. Work is in progress for continued support of Hyper-V in the Havana release including support for Windows Server 2012 R2. Following are the
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  • sessions at the Havana Design summit. Oslo Status and Plans Pecan/WSME Status No-downtime DB migrations Rootwrap improvements for the Havana cycle Common
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  • 확인하세요. Havana 릴리즈에서는 *세 가지* 새로운 프로젝트를 지원합니다. 그리고 기존 프로젝트에서도 중요한 기능이 추가되었습니다. 최종 사용자와 관리자에게도 많은 면에서 UX 개선이 이루어졌습니다. 커뮤니티는 계속 성장하고 확장하고 있습니다. Havana 릴리즈는 OpenStack
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  • code for the Havana release of the OpenStack software ; RESOLVED, that the Board approves the recommendations for designating code for the Havana release in
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  • ability to request a particular level of network QoS. API Design Document v2 Havana Summit Etherpad QoS API Blueprint QoS REST API and Database models blueprint
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  • and so we have Fedora 16 = Diablo ... Fedora 19 = Grizzly Fedora 20 = Havana Fedora 21 = Icehouse Fedora 22 = Juno etc... For other combinations
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  • local Keystone user, which could lead to user impersonation. Keystone, Havana When Keystone is run in the Apache HTTP Server, the webserver can handle
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  • if you are using a version of the driver newer than Havana-3. Add to the end of nova.conf pre-Havana vmwareapi_wsdl_loc = file:///opt/stack/wsdl/vimService
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  • attack info here) Horizon, Nova ,noVNC proxy, SPICE console, Grizzly, Havana Currently with a single user token, no restrictions are enforced on the
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  • Project Austin Bexar Cactus Diablo Essex Folsom Grizzly Havana Havana +1 Swift Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Nova Y Y Y Y
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  • shift) https://speakerdeck.com/tnmt/openstack-migration-case-shift-from-havana-to-mitaka DeNA https://engineer.dena.jp/2017/08/denaopenstack4.html Logging/Monitoring
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  • compatible with the latest Openstack Havana release. However, not all patches required for Murano did get to Havana itself. Namely, there are 2 Heat fixes
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  • become a cloud administrator. Keystone, Havana Changes to the Keystone v3 sample policy during the Havana release cycle set an excessively broad domain
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  • The following is the proposed plan/schedule for design and implementation of features for Firewall As A Service feature in OpenStack Networking for the
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  • (vishy), project beginning until Grizzly release Russell Bryant (russellb), Havana and Icehouse releases Michael Still (mikal), Juno and Kilo releases John
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  • 2014.1.2 Aug 8, 2014 2014.1.1 Jun 9, 2014 2014.1 Apr 17, 2014 Havana EOL 2013.2.4 Sep 22, 2014 2013.2.3 Apr 03, 2014 2013.2.2 Feb
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  • as outlined below. This feature will be deprecated or removed during the Havana cycle as we move to using Ceilometer as a metric/alarm service instead.
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  • File:Havana LBaaS Diagram.jpg
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  • を確認して下さい。 Havana リリースでは、3つの新しいプロジェクトがサポートされ、既存のプロジェクトにも重要な機能が追加されました。 さらに、エンドユーザーにとっても管理者にとっても多くの面でユーザエクスペリエンスの改善が行われました。 コミュニティは成長し続けています。Havana は OpenStack
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  • compute-security-groups Havana Approved: The Object Program will consist of the following capabilities: objectstore-object, objectstore-container Havana Approved::
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  • net/glance Havana版本支持了*三个*新项目,以及已有项目的重大新特性。基于此,最终用户的管理员用户的很多方面的用户体验都被提升了。Havana版本目前是OpenStack仪表盘项目的最佳版本。 The OpenStack编排项目(Heat)在Havana中首次登场,Horiz
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  • who want to install, configure, and run OpenStack clusters. Product info: Havana, 2013.1 Include common glossary? Yes Blueprint:Install-with-multiple-architectures
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  • rules being applied. Deployments using Neutron are not impacted. Nova, Havana, Grizzly In Nova deployments using Nova Networking, security groups are
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  • project's image list. Glance, Image Service, Diablo, Essex, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana Since the OpenStack Diablo release, Glance allows images to be shared
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  • 2014 Budget EXHIBIT C Advisory HAVANA Core Capabilities The following capabilities are approved as advisory Havana Core: compute-servers volume compute-volume
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  • As we enter the Havana release cycle, we are also back to normal with review days. All quantum core devs are therefore invited to sign up in the list below
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  • allowing incoming access to all hosts for that rule. Heat, nova-network, Havana When defining security groups of the AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup type in a
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  • security MessageSecurity Havana design summit: RPC API Review Havana design summit: RPC ZMQ for Ceilometer and Quantum Havana design summit: Message Queue
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  • Installing icehouse dependencies on a system currently running havana may cause the havana node to begin using libguestfs and break unexpectedly. It is recommended
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  • that are also committers for one of the program projects over the Grizzly-Havana timeframe (from 2012-09-27 to 2013-09-26, 23:59 PST). Any member of an
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  • repository 4. Mellanox OFED web page 5. Cinder-controller for Havana 6. Cinder-node for Havana Return to Mellanox-OpenStack wiki page. For more details,
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  • the design summit -- During the Portland 2013 OpenStack Design Summit for Havana there was considerable discussion about what Heat's architecture could look
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  • approves the guidelines designated 2015.04 set forth in Exhibit C to the Havana, Icehouse and Juno releases provided that these changes will only apply
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  • }, { "id": "havana", "wiki": "https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ReleaseNotes/Havana" }, { "id":
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  • openstack.org/task-system Havana summit: https://etherpad.openstack.org/the-future-of-orch https://etherpad.openstack.org/Summit-Havana-Cinder-Safe-Shutdown
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  • Community Supported 2.y.z 2013.1.x Grizzly no 3.y.z 2013.2.x Havana no 4.y.z 2014.1.x Icehouse no 5.z.y 2014.2.x Juno yes 6
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  • Taiwan contributed this story. I just upgraded OpenStack from Grizzly to Havana 2013.2-2 using the RDO repository and everything was running pretty well—except
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  • broadcasted in the network fabric anymore; (only available for Linuxbridge in havana-1, but OVS implementation should land soon with an ebtabless driver) populating
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  • Event Planning Slides Recording September 4, 2013 at 15:00 UTC Topics: Havana marketing plans, user survey, upcoming events, open questions & discussion
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  • Administrators and operators who maintain OpenStack clouds Product info: Havana, 2013.1 Include common glossary? Yes Purpose: Provide information about
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  • group names as unique for admin users. The Havana Horizon release should be fully compatible with both Havana and Grizzly versions of the rest of the OpenStack
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  • still use the resources, which restricts from reusing the resources. Post Havana More the flexibility given to user, the better it would be for adoption
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  • capabilities to maliciously revoke tokens for other users. Keystone, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse If a group is deleted from Keystone, all tokens for all users
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  • connections open to potential man-in-the-middle attacks. All OpenStack services, Havana, Icehouse, Juno A secure SSL session relies on validation of a X.509 certificate
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  • and later versions of Horizon. Horizon, Django, Essex, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno Django will record the session ID of web requests even
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  • Platforms Chef DK stable/grizzly frozen Ubuntu 12.04 stable/havana frozen Ubuntu 12.04, RedHat 6.5, Suse 11.03 stable/icehouse frozen
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  • contributed an accepted patch to one of the Climate's (sub)projects during the Havana-Icehouse timeframe (April 4, 2013 06:00 UTC to April 4, 2014 05:59 UTC)
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  • use, unknowingly exposing themselves to attack. Glance, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse When uploading an image to Glance, the user performing the upload
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  • API extension (unused) XenAPI support for serial console was added in Havana (unsued) Functionality provided by cloudbase-init for windows http://www
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  • that are also committers for one of the Climate projects over the Grizzly - Havana - early Icehouse timeframe (from 2012-09-27 to 2013-12-24, 23:59 UTC).
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  • well. New tables: branches: list of branches available (master, stable/havana...). Maps n:n to projects through a mapping table cycles: group of milestones
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  • are many other abuse-cases. This issue has been fixed in the OpenStack Havana release. The fix has also been backported to OpenStack Grizzly as a part
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  • to access the system after they had been revoked. Keystone, Memcached, Havana, Icehouse, Juno The list of revoked tokens, stored in Memcached could
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  • Mark the bug as a potential backport target to a specific SERIES (grizzly, havana...) This section got moved to Nova/BugTriage#Tags This section has been
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  • OpenStack Networking. An attempt was made to deprecate nova-network during the Havana release, which was aborted due to the lack of equivalent functionality (such
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  • Radware/Alteon driver for LBaaS. The feature scope is for the Open Stack Havana version. The driver is implemented according to Quantum/LBaaS/DriverAPI
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  • Climate uses two features that were provided to OpenStack ecosystem in Havana release: Instance shelving/unshelving (Nova) - to work with instances
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  • Revised on: 7/19/2013 by Kebray Taskflow: an OpenStack library that helps make task execution easy, consistent, and reliable Task, Workflow, and Job
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  • metrics & monitoring support. We expect this committment to continue into the Havana cycle. DreamHost DreamHost has committed a developer to the project from
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  • requirement, could work with the v2 keystone API (so backportable, possibly, to Havana) Cons: Doesn't solve the dependence on ec2tokens, arguably complex, security
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  • Event Planning Slides Recording September 4, 2013 at 15:00 UTC Topics: Havana marketing plans, user survey, upcoming events, open questions & discussion
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  • networking. The software stack is still Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, but now with OpenStack Havana from the Ubuntu Cloud Archive. KVM is the hypervisor, deployed using FAI
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  • contribute" page. Keywords openstack deploy deployment automated juno icehouse havana cobbler install installation provisioning puppet mcollective tripleo ironic
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  • blueprint triage | 9 May 2013 | log | summary Meeting #9 | Alignment with Havana milestones, FIFO, saved by grace | 2 May 2013 | log | summary Meeting #8
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  • for handling the Quantum -> Neutron transition. Summary: Starting with the Havana release, the OpenStack Networking project's code name is Neutron. Quantum
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  • potential disclosure, corruption, or destruction. Cinder, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse Several Cinder drivers set file permissions that allow read
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  • are used to determine property protections. This issue has been fixed in Havana (Glance 2013.2.2) and subsequent releases by changing the property protections
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  • through the impersonation of a legitimate storage host. Cinder, Icehouse, Havana, Grizzly, Folsom Cinder drivers for controlling SAN hardware communicate
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  • Feature Austin Bexar Cactus Diablo1 Essex Folsom Grizzly Havana Install from Package N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Paste.Deploy Server
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  • privilege escalation or code execution attack. Cinder, Nova, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse The Python 'suds' package is used by oslo.vmware to interface
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  • that are also committers for one of the official programs projects over the Havana-Icehouse timeframe (April 4, 2013 06:00 UTC to April 4, 2014 05:59 UTC)
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  • release as expected when using the Neutron L3 agent. Neutron, Icehouse, Havana, Grizzly, Folsom When creating a virtual instance, a floating IP address
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  • This may be a security issue for the operator. Nova, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse OpenStack deployments using Nova Network, rather than Neutron
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  • the tokens resource will be logged at the INFO level. Keystone, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno Tokens are used to authorize users when making API requests
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  • functionality. Security Groups are not affected. Neutron FWaaS, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse When specifying firewall rules using Neutron that should match
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  • by providing the string "ADMIN" as a token. Keystone, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno, Kilo, Liberty, Mitaka The Keystone service supports an
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  • also committers for one of the official programs projects over the Grizzly-Havana timeframe (from 2012-09-27 to 2013-09-26, 23:59 PST). Any member of an
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  • detected, even if the account compromise is detected. Keystone, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse The Keystone trusts system allows for delegation of roles to
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  • information about the underlying compute node hardware. Nova, Icehouse, Havana The 'serial' field in guest SMBIOS tables gets populated based on the
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  • restricts access to those images to authenticated users. Glance, Swift, Havana, Icehouse The 'delay_auth_decision' Swift variable modifies the ACL's
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  • 8.0 April 4, 2013 1.9.0 July 2, 2013 1.9.1 August 13, 2013 Havana 1.10.0 October 17, 2013 1.11.0 December 12, 2013 1.12.0 January
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  • updating any of their own attributes, not just their password. In the OpenStack Havana release, the default policy is to only allow admin users to update attributes
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  • confidential data protected by SSL/TLS in an OpenStack deployment. Grizzly, Havana, OpenSSL A vulnerability in OpenSSL code-named Heartbleed was recently
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  • considered a privilege escalation. Keystone, Diablo, Essex, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno, Kilo This is not a bug in keystone, it's a design feature
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  • trusts between the originating user and a new user. Keystone, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno, Kilo If a service node is compromised, an attacker now
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  • Apache Hadoop with pre-build image Hortonworks Data Platform using Ambari Havana support API to execute Map/Reduce jobs without exposing details of underlying
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  • filtering functionality is available in Nova Networking. Neutron, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse, Juno In deployments using Nova Networking, the following anti-spoofing
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  • NOTE: This page was originally written around the time of the Havana release in 2013. The code may have changed somewhat since then and should be considered
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  • to potentially issue a security advisory. Investigation reveals that the Havana and Icehouse releases of Nova are affected, so we add a task to backport
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  • implementation of the VPN as a Service feature in OpenStack Networking for the Havana release. While our long term goal for VPNaaS is to make it very feature
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  • Barbican has been participating in the OpenStack release toolchain for the Havana cycle. Our blueprints and milestones can be seen in Launchpad. As a result
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  • methods are used to "notify" about state changes. April, 2013: At the Havana design summit, it was proposed (and generally agreed upon) that a Task Flow
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  • documentation update and writing. More important are bugs meant to be fixed for Havana-2 You can find a list of triaged or confirmed bugs for Cinder at http://bit
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  • stored and accessed in Ceilometer. FWIW, the v1 API won't change during Havana (it is being deprecated), so think in terms of the v2 API. -- dhellmannFor
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  • 開始する前に、Havana ノード上で libvirt_inject_partition=-2 を設定する事をおすすめします。 プライベートなフレーバの作成は、今回自動的なテナントへのアクセスを追加するようになりました。これは Havana で文書化されていた挙動ですが、Havana 以前の実際の
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  • (Glance) proudly announces the availability of property protections in the Havana release. Many providers use image properties to provide information to
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  • discussions about adding this type of functionality over the Grizzly and Havana cycles. This page is intended to link together those discussions and provide
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  • openstack-manuals or openstack-api-site. In the bug: In the title, put "grizzly" or "havana" depending on the release the patch will land in. Copy and paste the review
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  • by Diagnostics as a source of information for analysis. Currently (as of Havana release) there is no support for automated creation of images for overcloud
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  • that user, even if the user has logged out. Horizon, Folsom, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse When configured to use client side sessions, the server isn't
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  • least since X-2)Barbican has released Milestones alongside Openstack since Havana-1 (Status=MET) Project must have had at least one of their milestones
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  • restricts the use of file systems without extended attributes with Swift. Post Havana If we can conquer the limitations of file systems without extended attributes
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  • write access to the image metadata to replace active image data. Glance, Havana, Icehouse, Juno, Kilo, Liberty, Mitaka, Newton, Ocata As a convenience
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  • nearly all Linux distributions as well as Apple OS X. GNU Bash, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse The GNU Bash shell (4.3 and lower) is vulnerable to a code injection
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  • There are two more service agents planned to be added in Havana release. The goal of this blueprint is to specify common architecture for all service agents
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  • members that are also committers for one of the program projects over the Havana-Icehouse timeframe (April 4, 2013 06:00 UTC to April 4, 2014 05:59 UTC)
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  • plugin, please refer to https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Mellanox-Neutron-Havana-Redhat. A running OpenStack environment installed with the ML2 plugin
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  • migrations for releases prior to Havana have been dropped, meaning that you must upgrade to the Juno release from either a Havana or Icehouse deployment. A
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  • plugin, please refer to https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Mellanox-Neutron-Havana-Ubuntu. A running OpenStack environment installed with the ML2 plugin
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  • of key issues that were breaking things, including making the release of Havana nova-bm better Handled firedrills well: fixed quickly, and we all helped
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  • approves the guidelines designated 2015.03 set forth in Exhibit C to the Havana and Icehouse releases provided that these changes will only apply to the
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  • bad [11:07:04] <bdpayne> is that something being actively worked on for havana? [11:07:16] <harlowja> unsure still [11:07:26] ChanServ sets mode +o openstack
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  • This plugin implementation provides the following capabilities: A reference implementation for a Neutron Plugin Framework (For details see: http://wiki
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  • specified. As such this method is recommended (has been available since Havana as an option and we're planning on making it the default for Juno) OS::Heat::RandomString
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  • soon as the issue is fixed. Mar 27, 04:00 PM Upgrading our cloud to havana. CI will be back online as soon as we are done with the upgrade Mar 24
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  • plugin, please refer to https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Mellanox-Neutron-Havana-Redhat. The Mellanox Nova VIF driver should be used when running Mellanox
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  • service_type is a string identifying a service, one of allowed services. In Havana the next list of services will be allowed: LOADBALANCER, FIREWALL, VPN,
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  • specified. As such this method is recommended (has been available since Havana as an option and we're planning on making it the default for Juno) OS::Heat::RandomString
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  • keystone. All services using keystone. Mitaka, Liberty, Kilo, Nova, Juno, Havana, Icehouse, Grizzly, Folsom, Essex. Token revocation can be self-served
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  • contains manually filtered commits for the last two release cycles (Grizzly and Havana) with LOC higher than 3000. Stackalytics is able to track any project
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  • fake_nexus_driver.CiscoNEXUSFakeDriver In the Havana release, Quantum has been renamed to "Neutron". Information on Havana and newer releases may be found here:
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  • Installing icehouse dependencies on a system currently running havana may cause the havana node to begin using libguestfs and break unexpectedly. It is recommended
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  • In Havana release, L3 router service was moved out of core plugin and became an independent service plugin. This blueprint is to take this effort one step
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  • each user. (Create and assign) [per-user quota feature is enabled in the Havana release] Resource booking page Tied to project tab so project and user details
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  • issues. See QAProjectLiaisons. Previous PTLs Sean Dague (sdague), ..Havana and Icehouse release Matthew Treinish (mtreinish): Juno, Kilo, Liberty
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  • This page outlines the work for the Havana cycle to add support for commonly-requested operational tasks to Nova's Baremetal Driver. We (TripleO team)
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  • 'agent' and 'dhcp_agent_scheduler'. If 'agentless' is chosen (experimental in Havana), the plugin will use NVP logical services for DHCP and metadata proxy.
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  • using V2 APIs. When upgrading Keystone from V2 (Folsom or older) to V3 (Havana or later), Keystone will create an immutable system default domain and migrate
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  • patch. It is already merged, however it will be available only as part of Havana release. User should add metadata property for glance images manually via
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  • and retry entire operation on failure) https://etherpad.openstack.org/havana-cinder-local-storage-library
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  • remotely, so that an agent-per-cpu-node deployment is not required. At the Havana summit we discussed taking this functionality into Ceilometer by wrapping
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  • outside the scope of this blueprint and most likely outside the scope of Havana.
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  • patch. It is already merged, however it will be available only as part of Havana release. Bug with mysql data base: Murrano API can not use MySQL data base:
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  • networking. The software stack is still Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, but now with OpenStack Havana from the Ubuntu Cloud Archive. KVM is the hypervisor, deployed using FAI
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  • Taiwan contributed this story. I just upgraded OpenStack from Grizzly to Havana 2013.2-2 using the RDO repository and everything was running pretty well—except
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  • ip_scheduler [req-... demo demo] Request from xx.xx.xx.xx scheduled to devstack-havana _schedule /opt/stack/nova/nova/scheduler/ip_scheduler.py:76 Warning Functional
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  • This is to track the performance work related to Keystone. Install Havana Stable [1] on a bare metal. Create one instance of m1.medium flavor and
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  • auto-assigningRelease Notes Custom Workflows Repository Use Neutron for networking Havana support Release Notes Support for GNU/Linux. New UI for marking images
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  • hypervisor through the libvirt API. Nova, Compute, KVM, libvirt, Grizzly, Havana, Icehouse The default configuration of the libvirt daemon is to not allow
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  • ip_scheduler [req-... demo demo] Request from xx.xx.xx.xx scheduled to devstack-havana _schedule /opt/stack/nova/nova/scheduler/ip_scheduler.py:7630px Warning
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  • they use the OpenStack APIs to create scalable applications. Product info: Havana, 2013.1 Include common glossary? Yes Purpose: Explain OpenStack cloud
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  • master) series, but also have a "havana" (or release) series (which only the drivers could create tasks for). That "release/havana" series would be used specifically
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  • Installing icehouse dependencies on a system currently running havana may cause the havana node to begin using libguestfs and break unexpectedly. It is recommended
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  • Installing icehouse dependencies on a system currently running havana may cause the havana node to begin using libguestfs and break unexpectedly. It is recommended
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  • OpenStack Networking. An attempt was made to deprecate nova-network during the Havana release, which was aborted due to the lack of equivalent functionality (such
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  • keystone.middleware.swift_auth has been removed it has been moved in havana to Swift you will need to update the paste stanza for keystoneauth from
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  • drive image deployments to physical machines using PXE and IPMI. At the Havana Design Summit, the idea was discussed among nova-core and some other PTLs
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  • https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/IcehousePypyPy3 Havana summit notes: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/havana-python3 Status of Python 3 in OpenStack Mitaka
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  • a work-in-progress in pre-release Havana versions, and the interface is subject to change before the release of Havana. In a future version, the mechanism
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  • migration with XenServer when one of the above is in use and you are using Havana or newer release of OpenStack, simply add the --block-migrate option to
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  • adds key manager, merged Encryption for cinder volumes was added during Havana, but not integrated into Horizon. This has initial Barbican integration
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  • after the migration. In this scenario, the "cells" table remains for the Havana release, then a later migration would remove it for Icehouse. We would
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  • resize. There has been much refactoring in the guest agent in the last cycle (Havana). It is more extensible for multiple implementations. Just as API extensions
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  • The Foreman. The tool is developed to deploy Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS and the Havana Ubuntu cloud packages. It is able to support deployments based on Cisco’s
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  • Support forceful snapshot of an attached volume The VMDK driver in Havana would simply fail the operation when user tries to snapshot a volume that is
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  • contributing to the component itself. Known Issues:We inspected the Horizon (Havana release) for web accessibility and found the following problems. 1.1.1
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  • functionality supported Savanna 0.3 is targeted to be released with OpenStack Havana. It will include the following features: Elastic Data Processing - provide
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  • plugin, please refer to https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Mellanox-Neutron-Havana-Redhat. The Mellanox Nova VIF driver should be used when running Mellanox
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  • because it is new and the API compatibility issues would not happen. On Havana release, Nova-v3-API is experimental and the API will become generic in
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  • easier for an API user to extract this info? import export clone Havana summit discussion etherpad (see bottom of pad) original blueprint proposal
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  • networks that managed by Murano, but in next versions, targeting Openstack Havana with Neutron, we have plans to add ability to manage networks in Murano
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  • systems that are accessing a remote DB2 server.) IBM has tested OpenStack Havana and Icehouse on DB2 Express-C 10.5 and DB2 Enterprise Server 10.5.
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  • Current min libvirt Next min libvirt Current min QEMU Next min QEMU Havana 0.9.6 0.9.6 Icehouse 0.9.6 0.9.11 Juno 0.9.11 0.9.11 Kilo
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  • Detach VolumeI am not sure which release these were added, but they are in Havana. Should I update the page?
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  • Cactus ► Diablo ► Essex ► Folsom ► Grizzly ► Havana ► Icehouse ► Juno ► Liberty
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  • 경험하도록, 디폴트 토큰 공급자는 이제 PKI 대신 UUID입니다. Havana 이전 릴리즈를 위한 데이터베이스 마이그레이션을 지원하지 않습니다. 이는 Juno 릴리즈로의 업그레이드는 Havana 또는 Icehouse 배포에서만 수행됨을 의미합니다. 업데이트, deprecated
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  • implementation of the MPLS VPN as a Service feature in OpenStack Networking for the Havana release. This BP refers to Neutron/VPNaaS (IPSec VPN)( https://wiki.openstack
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  • 'vm-5']] The goal is to be able to contribute this as a feature release in Havana. The support of subnet group membership changes in the UpdatePolicy will
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  • 18 on eavesdrop. Blueprints (sdague) Havana-2 status check in - https://launchpad.net/tempest/+milestone/havana-2 (sdague .. et al) Testr Progress -
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  • do-nothing placeholder scripts (currently versions 162-171 for backporting from Havana to Grizzly), and then filling in the content of those scripts with whatever
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  • difficult, so we decided to take the time to have this discussion during the Havana cycle. It started with a session at the Design Summit and continues now
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  • Havana release of Openstack, supports EC2 API translation to Nova, Quantum, Keystone calls. Using EC2 APIs user can launch VMs, assign IP addresses to
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  • definitions and deployments REST API for catalog browsing and maintenance Full Havana support (integration with Heat, Neutron, Horizon) Set of example services
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  • 基于简化的开包即用的(out-of-the-box)经验,默认的token提供者使用UUID替换之前的PKI。 对于早于Havana版本的数据库迁移被抛弃了,这就意味着如果你必须从Havana或者Icehouse版本的升级到Juno。 完整的更新,不推荐使用的或者被删除的Keystone选项列表,可以在这里看到:http://docs
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  • networks, this could consume the entire subnet for router gateway ports. From Havana, Neutron no longer supported an explicit lease database (https://bugs.launchpad
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  • and have a different rhythm User Committee Presentations:Portland Summit (Havana planning) - http://www.openstack.org/summit/portland-2013/session-video
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  • become OpenStack Metering and OpenStack Orchestration (starting with the Havana cycle). Projects apply to the TC to join Incubation. Their "incubation
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  • Bootstrap framework. The look and feel remains mainly consistent with the Havana release.
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  • 이제 Horizon에서 많은 버그 수정 및 Bootstrap 프레임워크에서의 전반적인 향상이 가능해졌습니다. Look & Feel은 Havana 릴리즈와 거의 동일하도록 유지하였습니다.
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  • From Havana, Neutron no longer supported an explicit lease database (https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202392). This left dead code including unused environment
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  • 簡単にKeystoneの機能を試用できるように、デフォルトのトークンプロバイダはPKIではなくUUIDとなっています。BP Havanaより前のリリースからのデータベース移行は廃止されました。JunoへのアップグレードはHavanaもしくはIcehouseの環境から行う必要があります。BP 更新、削除予定、削除となった Keystone
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  • Horizon は Bootstrap フレームワークで、多くのバグの修正と全体的な改善を行うことができます。ルックアンドフィールは多くの部分で Havana リリースと一貫性が保たれています。
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  • Havana版本开始,Neutron不再支持存放指定的租约(https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202392)。这部分剩余的残留代码包含了一些不曾使用的环境变量。为了删除掉这些残余代码 (https://review.openstack.org/#/c/152398/),需要修改dhcp
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  • Havana 以降、Neutron は明示的なリースデータベースに対応していません ( https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202392 )。この変更により、未使用の環境変数などの未使用コードが残っていました。この未使用コードを削除するため ( https://review
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  • v3。Horizon在最近几次更新中一直使用旧版本的Bootstrap。这次升级能使Horizon修复一些BUG,以及在Bootstrap框架下进行整体优化。样式和感觉大体和Havana版本保持一致。
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  • bridge fdb append ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff dev vx-NET_ID dst REMOTE_HOST_IP#2 As Havana’s timeline distributions (Ubuntu 13.04, Fedora 18...) come with 3.8 kernel
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  • 基于简化的开包即用的(out-of-the-box)经验,默认的token提供者使用UUID替换之前的PKI。 对于早于Havana版本的数据库迁移被抛弃了,这就意味着如果你必须从Havana或者Icehouse版本的升级到Juno。 完整的更新,不推荐使用的或者被删除的Keystone选项列表,可以在这里看到:http://docs
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  • 當創建一個新的可訪問外部網絡的子網,所有與該網絡相關的、已經存在的具有網關的路由都會得到一個新的地址。對於IPv4網絡,這樣會為路由的網關消耗掉子網中的全部接口。 從Havana版本開始,Neutron不再支持存放指定的租約(https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202392)。這部分剩餘的殘
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  • を使用します。IPv4 ネットワークでは、この問題によりそのサブネット全体がルーターのゲートウェイポートで使い切られてしまう可能性があります。 Havana 以降、Neutron は明示的なリースデータベースに対応していません ( https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202392
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  • 当创建一个新的可访问外部网络的子网,所有与该网络相关的、已经存在的具有网关的路由都会得到一个新的地址。对于IPv4网络,这样会为路由的网关消耗掉子网中的全部接口。 从Havana版本开始,Neutron不再支持存放指定的租约(https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1202392)。这部分剩余的残
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