OpenStack status report 2012-05-24

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Package updates

openstack-nova

nova was synced with the stable branch incorporating 15 new fixes.

Alan Pevec also cleaned up the nova package dependencies removing many packages no longer needed by Essex.

openstack-glance

glance was synced with the stable branch incorporating 5 new fixes including a change to stop auto creating the database on service start, allowing for more robust control over the database.

openstack-keystone

keystone was synced with the stable branch incorporating 1 new fix. Also included there was a package dependency cleanup.

Also related to dependency removal is the creation of a new python-keystone-auth-token subpackage for keystone to minimize dependencies in certain multi host setups.

oz

The OZ VM guest builder was updated to 0.8.0 in Fedora 16,17 and EPEL 6 which addressed many issues when using on current platforms.

new packages

python-jsonschema

A python JSON schema validator was packaged for Fedora to support the upcoming OpenStack Folsom milestone 1 (glance uses this). This is the first python JSON schema validator packaged for Fedora, so should be generally useful outside of OpenStack.

python-websockify and novnc

Adam Young prepared python-websockify and noVNC packages for review, to support vnc access to openstack guests through the web dashboard.

cloud-init for RHEL

An initial version of cloud-init for RHEL was prepared. There was immediate interest expressed in adding the changes upstream.


Misc

Fedora/RHEL OpenStack manuals

Anne Gentle prepared excellent Fedora/RHEL documentation for the OpenStack manuals, which is currently under review upstream.

Diablo on EPEL

There was a request from Brookhaven National Lab as to how to continue using Diablo on RHEL (derivatives) given that EPEL has now updated to the Essex release. Older builds can be downloaded from koji, and these in conjunction with the yum-priorities plugin can be used to create a diablo repo on top of EPEL. A convenience repository for Diablo on EPEL was made available, containing instructions on how it was created and how to use it.