[openstack-dev] [glance] Queens PTG: Thursday summary
moreira.belmiro.email.lists at gmail.com
Mon Sep 18 11:47:04 UTC 2017
Thanks for the sessions summaries.
We are really interested in the image lifecycle support.
Can you elaborate how searchlight would help solving this problem?
On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 4:46 PM, Brian Rosmaita <rosmaita.fossdev at gmail.com>
> For those who couldn't attend, here's a quick synopsis of what was
> discussed yesterday.
> Please consult the etherpad for each session for details. Feel free
> to put questions/comments on the etherpads, and then put an item on
> the agenda for the weekly meeting on Thursday 21 September, and we'll
> continue the discussion.
> Complexity removal
> In terms of a complexity contribution barrier, everyone agreed that
> the domain model is the largest factor.
> We also agreed that simplifying it is not something that could happen
> in the Queens cycle. It's probably a two-cycle effort, one cycle to
> ensure sufficient test coverage, and one cycle to refactor. Given the
> strategic planning session yesterday, we probably wouldn't want to
> tackle this until after the registry is completely removed, which is
> projected to happen in S.
> Image lifecycle support
> We sketched out several approaches, but trying to figure out a
> solution that would work across different types of deployments and
> various use cases gets complicated fast. It would be better for
> deployers to use Searchlight to configure complex queries that could
> use all appropriate image metadata specified by the deployer.
> For interoperability, deployers could use the common image properties
> with suggested values on their public images.
> We looked at two particular approaches that might help operators. The
> first would be introducing a kind of 'local_version' field that would
> be auto-incremented by Glance, the idea being that an image-list query
> that asked for the max value would yield the most recent version of
> that image. One problem, however, is what other metadata would be
> used in the query, as there might be several versions of images with
> the same os_distro and os_version properties (for example, the base
> CentOS 7 image and the LAMP CentOS 7 image).
> The second approach is introducing a 'hidden' property which would
> cause the image to be hidden from any image list calls (except for the
> image owner or glance admin). This has been requested before, but
> hasn't been enthusiastically endorsed because it leaves out several
> use cases. But combined with Searchlight (with an updated glance
> plugin to understand the 'hidden' field), it might be the best
> Should Glance be replaced?
> The short answer is No. Glance is the best way for deployments to
> provide the Images API v2. The project team has recently regained the
> team:diverse-affiliation tag and is in a healthier state that it was
> immediately after the downsizing craze of 2017 that happened early in
> the Pike cycle. The Glance project team is committed to the long term
> stability of Glance.
> We had a combined session with the Glare team, who also consume the
> glance_store library, and worked out a list of items to improve the
> Multiple same store type support
> This has been requested by operators, and the interoperable image
> import introduced in v2.6 of the Images API can be used to allow end
> users to request what store to use. The Glance design will be
> consistent (to the largest extent possible) with Cinder (at least as
> far as configuration goes, to make it easy on operators).
> Queens Prioritization and Roadmapping
> See the etherpad for what we think we can get done. I'll put up a
> patch for the Queens priorities to the glance-specs repo before the
> Glance meeting on Sept 21, and we can have a final discussion of any
> outstanding issues.
> If you missed the Wednesday summary, here it is:
> The scheduling etherpad has links to all the session etherpads:
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