[openstack-dev] [sqlalchemy-migrate] Blueprint for review: Add DB2 10.5 Support
mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Fri Nov 15 16:15:09 UTC 2013
On 11/14/2013 10:38 PM, Matt Riedemann wrote:
> Hey, I missed this question. I moved email accounts for the
> openstack-dev mailing list and missed this in my old pile.
> So I touched on this a bit in response here  and also a bit when
> talking about the plans for CI for the nova PowerVM virt driver here
> . The blueprint for adding DB2 support to sqlalchemy-migrate and the
> DB2 enablement wiki  does call out CI. Getting the
> sqlalchemy-migrate unit tests to run against DB2 isn't that hard, I just
> haven't figured out if it's something I can do with community
> infrastructure or running as an external third party test, and I think
> whether we use Express-C or not would matter there since that has a
> trial license.
> I'm open to suggestions/comments/ideas.
>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/DB2Enablement
Thanks to Brant Bknudson for pointing out that DB2 Express-C doesn't
have a time restriction:
"It is a fully licensed product available for free download. It does not
have any time restrictions."
I must have mistaken that with Enterprise Server Edition that we were
using in house for some bigger deployments for CI with Tempest.
So it sounds like Express-C is what we could use to get
sqlalchemy-migrate unit tests running against DB2 using the community
infrastructure (I hope), I just need some help with getting that going.
I know Roman got the migrate UT running for MySQL and PostgreSQL here:
I'll try working with Roman, Monty and any infra guys that will talk to
me to get this going.
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