[Openstack-operators] What would you like in Pike?

Joshua Harlow harlowja at fastmail.com
Sun Jan 15 06:53:33 UTC 2017

I'll add a couple:

Cascading deletes,

Ie when a tenant/project/user is removed from keystone there should be 
someway to say deny that request if that tenant/project/user has active 
resources or there should be a away to cascade that delete through the 
rest of those resources (so they are deleted also).

Orphans (not the annie kind),

Pretty sure the osops-tools-generic repo contains a bunch of scripts 
around orphaned items cleanup; this seems *similar* to the above and it 
feels these should be like umm fixed (or those scripts should be deleted 
if its not an issue anymore)?

$ find . | grep -i "orphan"

Same with https://github.com/openstack/ospurge (which seems like a 
specific project to try to clean this mess up, sorta funny/sad? that it 
has to exist in the first place).

Just search google for 'openstack orphan cleanup' and you'll find more 
scripts and code that people have been writing...


Melvin Hillsman wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I am hoping to get a dialogue started to gain some insight around things
> Operators, Application Developers, and End Users would like to see
> happen in Pike. If you had a dedicated environment, dedicated team, and
> freedom to choose how you deployed, new features, older features,
> enhancements, etc, and were not required to deal with customer/client
> tickets, calls, and maintenances, could keep a good feedback loop
> between your team and the upstream community of any project, what would
> like to make happen or work on hoping the next release of OpenStack
> had/included/changed/enhanced/removed…?
> Kind regards,
> --
> *Melvin Hillsman*
> Ops Technical Lead
> OpenStack Innovation Center
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