[openstack-dev] [all] stable/mitaka CI failures (ImportError: No module named vine.five)
mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Thu Dec 8 22:27:03 UTC 2016
On 12/8/2016 4:18 PM, Jason Johnson wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 3:48 PM, Matt Riedemann
> <mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com <mailto:mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com>> wrote:
> On 12/8/2016 1:03 PM, Ian Cordasco wrote:
> If your project were using constraints, you would not run into this
> I'd like to stress this point. This was the solution for getting
> glance patches to land in stable/liberty today:
> So that we can end of life the stable/liberty branch for Glance.
> Dealing with blacklisting patches is a whack-a-mole approach to deal
> with the lack of upper-constraints usage in a repo, so the first
> solution should be to get upper-constraints used in the stable
> branches on projects (or master for that matter).
> Exactly. Deploying from a source stable branch should be viable - as it
> stands, it is not. One of the tenets of a stable branch must be
> repeatable from-source builds.
> Right now I have "effective pins" in my mitaka Ansible playbooks for
> kombu and keystonemiddleware. This latest kombu kerfuffle broke
> stable/mitaka glance, neutron and nova for me. Keystone broke a few days
> Is there an existing effort or blueprint or whatever being worked on for
> pinning (or at a minimum setting upper bounds on) dependencies in stable
> branches? If so, I would like to follow and/or participate.
Nova already uses upper-constraints for tox jobs (unit tests) in
devstack has been using upper-constraints for installing from pypi for a
few releases now.
So the things that need to be using upper-constraints are deployment
projects, and packagers for that matter. There have been numerous
threads in the openstack-dev mailing list over the last year and a half
about requirements/dependency management, pinning, capping, running in
containers, running in venvs, etc etc etc. The upper-constraints
solution is what we're using in the upstream CI right now and it's the
known good list of packages that a given release is tested against
upstream (note we don't test against the minimum supported versions
listed in the global-requirements file which is what goes into the
project repo's requirements.txt file, so those minimums might not even
More information about the OpenStack-dev