[openstack-dev] [Heat] Unique vs. non-unique stack names
asalkeld at redhat.com
Wed Jul 31 23:05:00 UTC 2013
On 31/07/13 14:36 +0200, Zane Bitter wrote:
>On 30/07/13 21:34, Jason Dunsmore wrote:
>>Hello Heat devs,
>>I've started doing some testing to find multi-engine bugs, and I
>>discovered that it's possible to create two stacks with the same name
>>when only a single heat-engine is running.
>>Here are the results of my tests:
>Well spotted, thanks. Eventlet magic strikes again :/
>>Before I create a bug report about this, is it even necessary to enforce
>>unique stack names within a tenant? Why don't we just key off of the
>>stack ID when possible and throw an error when it's not possible to look
>>up the stack by name? This is how novaclient does it.
>My 2c: if names don't uniquely name things, they're not particularly
>useful. i.e. if any other user in your tenant (or even you yourself)
>can [accidentally?] create something with the same name as your
>thing, then you have no choice but to remember the UUID of everything
>you create, lest you be unable to find it again.
+1, not sure why the other openstack projects allow duplicate names.
But I don't think it is a huge issue for me either. I'll keep on
making stacks with unique names, I'll just miss the error.
>I can't speak for everyone, but I find names easier to remember than UUIDs.
>>$ nova image-show F17_test
>>ERROR: Multiple image matches found for 'F17_test', use an ID to be more
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