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Manila/TrainCycle

This wiki document is used to track work that has been scheduled for the Train release of OpenStack Manila.

The release schedule is here.

The manila project specific deadlines proposed are here.

Approved Specs for Train

Create share from snapshots in another pool or back end

Owner/s: dviroel
Work Items:
- Spec: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/609537/


Share network multiple subnets

Owner/s: lseki
Work Items:
- Spec: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/619925/


Share and back end capabilities improvements

Owner/s:
Work Items:
- Spec: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/616383/


Manila support for python-openstackclient

Owner/s: vkmc, s0ru
Work items:
- Spec: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/644218/


Add update share-type api to share types

Owner/s: haixin
Work items:
- Spec: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/661209/ - Spec: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/672244/

Governance Goals

Render docs as PDFs

Owner/s:
TC Goal Champion: Alexandra Settle (asettle)
Work Items:
- Goal Description: https://governance.openstack.org/tc/goals/train/pdf-doc-generation.html

IPv6 testing

Owner/s:
TC Goal Champion: Ghanshyam Mann (gmann)
Work Items:
- Goal description: https://review.opendev.org/#/c/653545/9/goals/train/ipv6-support-and-testing.rst - Goal description (changes by fungi): https://review.opendev.org/#/c/657174/1/goals/train/ipv6-support-and-testing.rst


Python3 Testing

Building on our Stein Python3 work, we need to get Manila Third Pary CI jobs running Python 3.

Background

Python 2 (that is, Python 2 itself, not simply OpenStack support for Python 2) is end-of-life on 1 January 2020. This means that the Train release of OpenStack is the last release that will support Python 2. The OpenStack Technical Committee has declared that Python 2 support will be dropped completely during the beginning of the U development cycle (that is, late in 2019).

Reference: 2018-05-29 Python2 Deprecation Timeline

Third Party CI

We worked in the Pike release to get Manila unit tests running under Python3. In Train we have completed the work begun in Stein to get all first party functional test jobs running under Python 3. Now we need to push to get third party jobs converted to Python 3 since Train will be the last OpenStack release to keep support for Python2 and it will itself support Python3 first.

VNX driver urllib/eventlet issue

Compliance List

NetApp ONTAP CI (DHSS=True/False): all Manila projects are running against NetApp CI configured with Python 3.7.

The steps to convert the tempest jobs to Python 3 were based on Cinder's Tips_for_Converting_Your_CI_to_Python_3 guide that can be found in the following section.

Tips for Converting Your CI to Python 3

Please share your experiences to help other CI maintainers. If you can't edit this wiki page (permissions were restricted due to a really bad spam storm in 2017), please slap your comments into a paste and contact tbarron, vkmc, or gouthamr in the #openstack-manila IRC channel and we'll add them for you.

For reference, here is the review that converted our first party tempest jobs to Python 3.

Here is Cinder's conversion tips page.

Other Work

Manila UI plugin

Owner/s: vkmc
Work Items:

  • Extending integration tests
  • Catching up to Manila API versions - v2.32 as of Stein release
    • We need bugs against each API version and volunteers to work on these bugs

Manila CSI

Owner/s: tbarron/gouthamr
https://github.com/kubernetes/cloud-provider-openstack/pull/704 Work Items:

Active-Active Share Service

Owner/s: gouthamr
Work Items:

  • Enable tooz with etcd on DevStack
  • Convert remaining oslo_concurrency file locks to tooz
  • Create a multi-node devstack job template
  • Create a "HA" test job with the muti-node devstack job

OpenStack Client Integration

Owner/s: s0ru, vkmc, enriquetaso
Work Items:

OpenStack SDK integration

Owner/s: amito
Work Items:

Bug Triage

Bug Czar: jgrosso
Work Items:

Reference

Train PTG Etherpad