[openstack-dev] [keystone] sqlite doesn't support migrations

Stephen Gran stephen.gran at guardian.co.uk
Mon Jul 15 08:32:28 UTC 2013

On 15/07/13 09:26, Thomas Goirand wrote:
> Dolph,
> If you do that, then you will be breaking Debian packages, as they
> expect Sqlite as the default, for example when using
> DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get install keystone (if you choose
> MySQL, then you need to enter admin credentials to setup the db). I will
> receive tons of piupart failures reports if we can't upgrade with SQLite.
> I would really be disappointed if this happens, and get into situations
> where I have RC bugs which I can't realistically close by myself.
> So really, if it is possible, continue to support it, at least from one
> release to the next.

Why not just change the default for Debian?  Sqlite isn't particularly 
useful for actual deployments anyway.

Stephen Gran
Senior Systems Integrator - guardian.co.uk
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