[openstack-dev] [release]need help for python-tricircleclient

joehuang joehuang at huawei.com
Tue Aug 1 00:58:34 UTC 2017


Very sorry for the deadline missing even if it's few hours, and won't let it happen next time.

I was waiting for one patch about pagination support in tricircle ( not python-tricircleclient). If pagination
for resource routing and job have not been supported well in tricircle, it's not good to publish these features
in python-tricircleclient:

python-tricircleclient will list resource routing and job from Tricircle Admin API, if there are huge amount of
resource routing and job records, without pagination support, a query will easily lead to the db server keep in busy status: the
list operation will make db server eat too much resources, even make the db server stopping response for other request.

Because the patch is almost done, so extra few hours were paid to this patch, so that python-tricircleclient can include these
useful features in pike, otherwise only pod management feature can be included in python-tricircleclient.

Best Regards
Chaoyi Huang (joehuang)

From: Thierry Carrez [thierry at openstack.org]
Sent: 31 July 2017 21:04
To: openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [release]need help for python-tricircleclient

joehuang wrote:
> The patch [1] is to add a tag for python-tricircleclient after new
> features were added to it since last release. But unfortunately, a
> branch called "stable/pike" was there in Apr., and lead to the patch can
> not pass the gate test.

This release request missed the deadline for client libraries releases
(if only by a few hours), so we already created the stable/pike branch
from the last available Pike release (0.1.1 from April 2017).

Given (1) that the deadline was not missed by much, (2) that the last
available release was quite old, and (3) that no other project depends
on python-tricircleclient, damage would be limited in cutting 0.2.0 now
and recreating stable/pike from it. We'll coordinate with infra to make
it happen.

Next time, please don't miss the deadline and create additional work for
the release team !

Thierry Carrez (ttx)

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