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Master is now the development branch for pike
changing the release alias name.
Previously only the VIPs and their associated hostnames were present in
the HostsEntry output, due to the hosts_entries output on the
hosts-config.yaml nested stack being empty. It was referencing an
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.
This patch moves the t-i-e element code for hosts configuration
into a t-h-t shell script that gets driven by a os-collect-config
This helps accomplish several goals:
- moves us away from t-i-e
- gives us better signal handling in the error case (where the
previous element relied on 99-refresh-completed
- Allows the t-h-t undercloud installer to more easily consume this
since it doesn't rely on the old os-apply-config metadata (which
that installer doesn't support).
This patch drops use of the vip-hosts.yaml service which can
cause issues during deployment because puppet 'hosts' resources
overwrite the data in /etc/hosts. The only reason things seem to work
at all at the moment is because our hosts element in t-i-e runs
on each os-refresh-config iteration and re-adds the dropped hosts
To work around the issue we add a conditional which selectively
adds the extra hosts entries only if the AddVipsToEtcHosts is set
This patch moves the hosts configuration into its own deployment.
It will continue to use os-apply-config as something that is
required early on in the bootstrapping (it needs to be
configured before puppet runs for example).
The motivation here is so we can refactor all-nodes-config.yaml to use a
new hiera hook that that avoids os-apply-config entirely.