[openstack-dev] [Tatu][Nova] Handling instance destruction
mikal at stillhq.com
Fri Mar 16 05:34:28 UTC 2018
Thanks for this. I read the README for the project after this and I do now
realise you're using notifications for some of these events.
I guess I'm still pondering if its reasonable to have everyone listen to
notifications to build systems like these, or if we should messages to
vendordata to handle these actions. Vendordata is intended at deployers, so
having a simple and complete interface seems important.
There were also comments in the README about wanting to change the data
that appears in the metadata server over time. I'm wondering how that maps
into the configdrive universe. Could you explain those comments a bit more
Thanks for your quick reply,
On Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 2:18 PM, Pino de Candia <giuseppe.decandia at gmail.com
> Hi Michael,
> Thanks for your message... and thanks for your vendordata work!
> About your question, Tatu listens to events on the oslo message bus.
> Specifically, it reacts to compute.instance.delete.end by cleaning up
> per-instance resources. It also listens to project creation and user role
> assignment changes. The code is at:
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2018 at 3:42 PM, Michael Still <mikal at stillhq.com> wrote:
>> I've just stumbled across Tatu and the design presentation , and I am
>> wondering how you handle cleaning up instances when they are deleted given
>> that nova vendordata doesn't expose a "delete event".
>> Specifically I'm wondering if we should add support for such an event to
>> vendordata somehow, given I can now think of a couple of use cases for it.
>> 1: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HI5RR3SNUu1If-A5Z
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