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It seems UpdateIdentifier is an overloaded parameter - it is used
both to trigger package updates in the minor update case as well as
to trigger the upgrade steps during a major upgrade. I'm not sure
it's appropriate to change either of the descriptions as a result,
so for the moment that is added to the exclusion list.
With the composable undercloud installer, it's possible to disable
services. The extraconfig script assumes both, neutron and nova, are
installed and fails if they aren't.
This patch checks if those services are available before.
Master is now the development branch for pike
changing the release alias name.
Add a new roles data YAML file and environment to help
create the undercloud via t-h-t.
Partially-implements: blueprint heat-undercloud
Heat now supports release name aliases, so we can replace
the inconsistent mix of date related versions with one consistent
version that aligns with the supported version of heat for this
This should also help new users who sometimes copy/paste old templates
and discover intrinsic functions in the t-h-t docs don't work because
their template version is too old.
Some user feedback indicates we need better examples showing how
we can run an extraconfig template, e.g on post-deploy so that it
runs every update, regardless of if a change to the config has
occurred. We can leverage DeployIdentifier for this, just like with
the puppet deployments.
This can be tested with an example like this:
There are two reasons the name property should always be set for deployment
- The name often shows up in logs, files and API calls, the default
derived name is long and unhelpful
- Sorting by name determines the merge order of os-apply-config, and the
execution order of puppet/shell scripts (note this is different to
resource dependency order) so leaving the default name results in an
undetermined order which could lead to unpredictable deployment of
This change simply sets the name to the resource name, but a future change
should prepend each name with a run-parts style 2 digit prefix so that the
order is explicitly stated. Documentation for extraconfig needs to clearly
state what prefix is needed to override which merge/execution order.
For existing overcloud stacks, heat currently replaces deployment resources
when the name changes, so this change
Currently, we have a problem because the unregistration happens in the
"post deploy" phase, which works fine when the top-level stack is being
deleted, but not when the ResourceGroup of servers is being scaled down,
because then the normal "post deploy" update ordering is respected and
we try to unregister after the corresponding server has been deleted.
So, instead, register/unregister each node inside the unit of scale,
e.g the role template being scaled down, which is possible via the new
NodesExtraConfig interface, which means unregistration will take
place at the right time both on stack delete and on scale-down.
In the case of using portal registration with an
activation key, the RHEL registration script is still
executing a `subscription-manager attach` command. This
should not happen if an activation key is provided. This
is because an activation key already provides the
subscriptions to attach.
The recently added cinder-netapp extraconfig contains some additional
hieradata which needs to be applied during the initial pre-deployment
phase, e.g in controller-puppet.yaml (before the manifests are applied)
so wire in a new OS::TripleO::ControllerExtraConfigPre provider resource
which allows passing in a nested stack (empty by default) which contains
any required "pre deployment" extraconfig, such as applying this hieradata.
Some changes were required to the cinder-netapp extraconfig and environment
such that now the hieradata is actually applied, and the parameter_defaults
specified will be correctly mapped into the StructuredDeployment.
Currently we've got a mix of SoftwareConfig resource with
StructuredDeployments resources - while this will work it's
inconsistent and normally using the corresponding
SoftwareDeployments resouce is encourgaged instead.
Adds a potential usage of the post-deploy hooks to register a server
with RHN or a satellite.
Note this requires some additional parameters, which can be specified in
environment_rhel_reg.yaml, and this must be passed into the call to heat
via another -e parameter. An alternative may be to have a global
extraconfig_env.yaml at the top level, which the scripts always pass, or
to use the global environment (/etc/heat/environment.d/default.yaml) on
Co-Authored-By: James Slagle <email@example.com>
Adds optional hooks which can run operator defined additional config on
nodes after the application deployment has completed.