[openstack-dev] Debian fixes to devstack

Thomas Goirand zigo at debian.org
Sun Apr 7 07:49:53 UTC 2013


I've tried running devstack in Wheezy, there was 3 tiny problems that I

1/ The stack.sh script assumes that the lsb-release package is
installed, when in a minimal Debian, it may be not.

2/ The script tries to install open-iscsi-utils which doesn't exist in
Wheezy. In Ubuntu, that is a transitional package, so I believe it can
be removed completely from the list of packages that needs to be installed.

3/ Debian-7.0 needs to be added to the list of OS for which it works... :)

Can someone fix these? (sorry, I have no time to dive into the
bureaucracy of having such patch accepted... maybe I'll start doing it
"soon" do, in the mean time, please bare with me)


P.S: In other words, the patch would be (I'm not sure about how to fix
the lsb-release problem though):

+++ b/files/apts/n-cpu
@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
 # Stuff for diablo volumes
+++ b/stack.sh
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ disable_negated_services

 # Warn users who aren't on an explicitly supported distro, but allow
them to
 # override check and attempt installation with ``FORCE=yes ./stack``
-if [[ ! ${DISTRO} =~
(oneiric|precise|quantal|raring|f16|f17|f18|opensuse-12.2) ]]; then
+if [[ ! ${DISTRO} =~
]]; then

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