[openstack-dev] [Nova] Splitting up V3 API admin-actions plugin

Lingxian Kong anlin.kong at gmail.com
Mon Dec 2 09:41:35 UTC 2013

agree with Alex, maybe 'reset_network' or 'inject_network_info' is just
used by XenServer now. and I think the same functionality can be replaced
with Neutron or Nova metadata service. am I right?

2013/12/2 Alex Xu <xuhj at linux.vnet.ibm.com>

>  On 2013年12月01日 21:39, Christopher Yeoh wrote:
>      Hi,
> At the summit we agreed to split out lock/unlock, pause/unpause,
> suspend/unsuspend
>  functionality out of the V3 version of admin actions into separate
> extensions to make it easier for deployers to only have loaded the
> functionality that they want.
> Remaining in admin_actions we have:
>  migrate
> live_migrate
>  reset_network
>  inject_network_info
>  create_backup
>  reset_state
>  I think it makes sense to separate out migrate and live_migrate into a
> migrate plugin as well.
> What do people think about the others? There is no real overhead of having
> them in separate
> plugins and totally remove admin_actions. Does anyone have any objections
> from this being done?
> I have question for reset_network and inject_network_info. Is it useful
> for v3 api? The network info(ip address, gateway...) should be pushed
> by DHCP service that provided by Neutron. And we don't like any inject.
>  Also in terms of grouping I don't think any of the others remaining above
> really belong together, but welcome any suggestions.
>  Chris
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