[openstack-dev] [all] PBR 2.0.0 release *may* cause gate failures
graham.hayes at hpe.com
Wed Mar 1 13:57:24 UTC 2017
On 01/03/2017 13:00, Sean Dague wrote:
> On 03/01/2017 12:26 AM, Tony Breeds wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Earlier today the release team tagged PBR 2.0.0. The reason for the major
>> version bump is because warnerrors has been removed in favor of
>> warning-is-error from sphinx >= 1.5.0.
>> It seems that several projects outside both inside and outside OpenStack have
>> capped pbr <2.0.0 so we can't actually use this release yet. The requirements
>> team will work with all projects to remove the cap of pbr in those projects.
>> The good news is that projects using upper-constraints.txt are insulated from
>> this and shouldn't be affected. However upper-constraints.txt isn't being used
>> by all projects and *those* projects will start seeing
>> ContextualVersionConflicts: (pbr 2.0.0 in gate logs. It's recommended that
>> those projects add a local ban for pbr and associate it with:
>> Then once the situation is resolved we can unwind and remove the temporary caps.
>> Yours Tony.
>>  There is at least 1 corner case where the coverage job installed directly
>> from a git URL and therefore that wasn't protected.
> So, I feel like we hit a similar issue around Vancouver with a pbr bump.
> Can we stop capping pbr per rule now?
> I also wonder if we can grant the release team +2 permissions on
> everything in OpenStack so that fixes like this can be gotten in quickly
> without having to go chase a bunch of teams.
That sounds like a good idea to me.
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