[Kolla] Queens for debian images
zigo at debian.org
Wed Jan 9 13:05:32 UTC 2019
On 1/9/19 12:28 PM, Jan Vondra wrote:
> út 8. 1. 2019 v 12:00 odesílatel Marcin Juszkiewicz
> <marcin.juszkiewicz at linaro.org> napsal:
>> W dniu 08.01.2019 o 11:08, Jan Vondra pisze:
>>> Dear Kolla team,
>>> during project for one of our customers we have upgraded debian part
>>> of kolla project using a queens debian repositories
>>> (http://stretch-queens.debian.net/debian stretch-queens-backports) and
>>> we would like to share this work with community.
>> Thanks for doing that. Is there an option to provide arm64 packages next
> It's more of a question for OpenStack Debian Team - namely Thomas
> Goirand who creates this repo.
We do not produce arm64 backports for Stretch, because I don't have
access to an arm64 instance to build packages. It would also be a lot of
manual work, and I'm not sure I would have the time for it. However, I
could help you setting that up, it's not very hard. Also, Debian
official (ie: Sid, Buster) has arm64 packages, and it will be in Buster.
>>> I would like to ask what's the proper process of contributing since
>>> the patches affects both kolla and kolla-ansible repositories.
>> Send patches for review  and then we can discuss about changing them.
>> Remember that we target Stein now.
>> 1. https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/How_To_Contribute#Reviewing
> Thank you for help (and others with updated links) - I will upload
> patches today or tomorrow.
If you want to contribute to the Debian packaging, it's done in the
Gitlab instance of Debian:
Contributors are very much welcome!
>>> Also any other comments regarding debian in kolla would be appriciated.
>> Love to see someone else caring about Debian in Kolla. I took it over
>> two years ago, revived and moved to 'stretch'. But skipped support for
>> binary packages as there were no up-to-date packages available.
>> In next 2-4 months I plan to migrate Kolla 'master' to Debian 'buster'
>> as it will enter final freeze. Had some discussion with Debian OpenStack
>> team about providing preliminary Stein packages so support for 'binary'
>> type of images could be possible.
> I suppose that switch from Queens to Stein would be quite easy since
> all packages in Queens in Debian are Python 3 only so the most of the
> work has been already done.
Why not switching to Rocky right now, which has been the most tested?
Thomas Goirand (zigo)
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