[openstack-dev] [oslo.messaging] Why the needed version of kombu to support heartbeat is >=3.0.7
davanum at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 04:46:49 UTC 2015
"Bot with No reason" <<< Not really accurate. The process in openstack is
to update global requirements first and then bot proposes the update to
different projects. So please look at
for the commit which updated the global requirements
On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 1:07 PM, me,apporc <appleorchard2000 at gmail.com>
> Thanks again.
> This kombu >=3.0.7 requirement is added in commit
> 5b9fb6980220dbfa18bac4c3231d57efb493ebf0, which is from a Bot with no
> As i see, we are directly requiring amqp >=1.4.0 in requirement.txt from
> commit 0c954cffa2f3710acafa79f01b958a8955823640 on.
> So maybe there is no need to require kombu >= 3.0.7 ?
> Another reason I am asking about this, in the latest centos 7 epel repo,
> the versions of these two packages are :
> python-kombu : 2.5.16-1.el7
> python-amqp : 1.4.5-1.el7
> I have not test whether there are problems about heartbeat with this
> version pair though.
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 11:02 PM, Mehdi Abaakouk <sileht at sileht.net>
>>  seems just socket timeout issue, and admins can adjust those kernel
>>> params themselves.
>> Yes, but if you trick kernel settings, like putting very low tcp
>> keepalive values, you don't need to have/enable heartbeat.
>>  and  truly a problem about the heartbeat implementation, but it
>>> the fix is a part of py-amqp 1.4.0, and the dependency with kombu was not
>>>  is a bug of kombu's autoretry method which is said to be fixed in
>>> 3.0.0, it is not directly related to heartbeat.
>> As far as I can remember, this is because oslo.messaging doesn't really
>> require py-amqp but only kombu, so to ensure kombu depends of py-amqp 1.4.0
>> we have to depends on kombu 3.0.7 (that have amqp>=1.4.0 in its
>> requirements I guess).
>> Mehdi Abaakouk
>> mail: sileht at sileht.net
>> irc: sileht
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