[openstack-dev] [Magnum] 'fixed_network' actually means 'fixed_subnet'. Which way is better to fix this?

Hou Ming Wang houming.wang.es at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 09:49:33 UTC 2015

Hi All,
I'm working on API related enhancement and encountered  the following issue:
bay-creation return 400 Bad Request with a valid fixed-network in baymodel(
https://bugs.launchpad.net/magnum/+bug/1519748 )

The 'fixed_network' actually means 'fixed_network_cidr', or more precisely
'fixed_subnet'. There're 2 possible ways to fix this:

1. Rename the 'fixed_network' to 'fixed_subnet', in Baymodel DB, Baymodel
Object and MagnumClient.

2. Leave 'fixed_network' alone, add a new field 'fixed_subnet' to Baymodel,
and use the 'fixed_subnet' to take the place of current 'fixed_network'.

Please don't hesitate to give some inputs of which one is better, by
comment in the bug or reply this mail.

Thanks & Best regards,

HouMing Wang
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