[openstack-dev] [nova] Nova API extensions NOT to be ported to v3

Mauro S M Rodrigues maurosr at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Mon Jul 1 13:00:08 UTC 2013

Correct if I'm wrong but what value ips core api bring to us currently?
It offers you two calls:
GET on http://localhost:8774/v3/servers/<instance-id>/ips => returns 
instance ips
GET on http://localhost:8774/v3/servers/<instance-id>/ips/{network-id} 
=> returns instance ips that are member of the specified networl.

both information can be found in servers/detail.

So I'm asking you guys if you agree to remove it too. I could also think 
about just demote it from core, but I really cant see any use for it 
right now.

On 06/28/2013 09:31 AM, Christopher Yeoh wrote:
> Hi,
> The following is a list of API extensions for which there are no plans 
> to port. Please shout if you think any of them needs to be!
> baremetal_nodes.py
> os_networks.py
> networks_associate.py
> os_tenant_networks.py
> virtual_interfaces.py
> createserverext.py
> floating_ip_dns.py
> floating_ip_pools.py
> floating_ips_bulk.py
> floating_ips.py
> cloudpipe.py
> cloudpipe_update.py
> volumes.py
> Also I'd like to propose that after H2 any new API extension submitted 
> HAS to have a v3 version. That will give us enough time to ensure that 
> the V3 API in Havana can do everything that the V2 one except where we 
> explicitly don't want to support something.
> For developers who have had new API extensions merged in H2 but 
> haven't submitted a v3 version, I'd appreciate it if you could check 
> the following etherpad to see if your extension is on the list and put 
> it on there ASAP if it isn't there already:
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/NovaV3ExtensionPortWorkList
> I've tried to keep track of new API extensions to make sure we do v3 
> ports but may have missed some.
> Chris
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