[openstack-dev] [Nova] Privsep transition state of play
mikal at stillhq.com
Mon Nov 6 03:09:09 UTC 2017
On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 1:26 PM, Dan Smith <dms at danplanet.com> wrote:
> > I hope everyone travelling to the Sydney Summit is enjoying jet lag
> > just as much as I normally do. Revenge is sweet! My big advice is that
> > caffeine is your friend, and to not lick any of the wildlife.
> I wasn't planning on licking any of it, but thanks for the warning.
> > As of just now, all rootwrap usage has been removed from the libvirt
> > driver, if you assume that the outstanding patches from the blueprint
> > are merged. I think that's a pretty cool milestone. That said, I feel
> > that https://review.openstack.org/#/c/517516/ needs a short talk to
> > make sure that people don't think the implementation approach I've
> > taken is confusing -- basically not all methods in nova/privsep are
> > now escalated, as sometimes we only sometimes escalate our privs for a
> > call. The review makes it clearer than I can in an email.
> I commented, agreeing with gibi. Make the exceptional cases
> exceptionally named; assume non-exceptional names are escalated by
Ok. I'm struggling to come up with a single word which means "unescalated
unless you're already escalated", but I'll keep pondering.
> > We could stop now for Queens if we wanted -- we originally said we'd
> > land things early to let them stabilise. That said, we haven't
> > actually caused any stability problems so far -- just a few out of
> > tree drivers having to play catchup. So we could also go all in and
> > get this thing done fully in Queens.
> I agree we should steam ahead. I don't really want to hang the fate of
> the privsep transition on the removal of cellsv2 and nova-network, so
> personally I'm not opposed to privsepping those bits if you're
> willing. I also agree that the lack of breakage thus far should give us
> more confidence that we're safe to continue applying these changes later
> in the cycle. Just MHO.
I shall prepare the relevant patches then, and look forward to once again
breaking the gate.
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