[openstack-dev] [ffe][requirements][monasca][heat][watcher][congress] FFE for python-monascaclient minimum version in g-r

Tony Breeds tony at bakeyournoodle.com
Fri Aug 4 03:10:00 UTC 2017

On Thu, Aug 03, 2017 at 11:39:47AM +0000, witold.bedyk at est.fujitsu.com wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I would like to ask for the FFE for python-monascaclient version in global requirements.
> The current version in Pike (1.7.0) is not fully backward compatible. The monasca exception classes were replaced with keystoneauth exceptions, which affects heat and watcher projects if they use current upper constraints. The fixes for these projects have been submitted [1, 2].
> Also, monasca projects (monasca-agent, monasca-ui, monasca-api) rely on python-monascaclient 1.7.0 and don't work with older versions.
> The change for bumping the minimum version of python-monascaclient is here:
> https://review.openstack.org/489173

Okay I said on that review that I was confused and wasn't ready to grant
an FFE.  In trying to "articulate my confusion"  I worked out why I was
confused #winning \o/

So for me it boils down to the affected projects:

Package      : python-monascaclient [python-monascaclient>=1.1.0] (used
by 4 projects)
Also affects : 4 projects
openstack/congress                            []
openstack/heat                                [tc:approved-release]
openstack/monasca-ui                          []
openstack/watcher                             []

Congres, and heat have said they're eaither not affected or are willing
to accept the impacts.  That leaves watcher.

But each of them is using constraints and the gates are passing, so the
overall risk/impact seems much lower to me that I estimated yesterday.

I think I just talked myself round.

Yours Tony.
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