[openstack-dev] [glance] Deprecating osprofiler option 'enabled' in favour of 'profiler_enabled'

Flavio Percoco flavio at redhat.com
Tue Dec 2 09:44:50 UTC 2014

On 02/12/14 12:16 +0800, Zhi Yan Liu wrote:
>Why not change other services instead of glance? I see one reason is
>"glance is the only one service use this option name", but to me one
>reason to keep it as-it in glance is that original name makes more
>sense due to the option already under "profiler" group, adding
>"profiler" prefix to it is really redundant, imo, and in other
>existing config group there's no one go this naming way. Then in the
>code we can just use a clear way:
>    CONF.profiler.enabled
>instead of:
>    CONF.profiler.profiler_enabled

I'm with Zhi Yan on this one. Adding profiler sounds redundant.


>On Mon, Dec 1, 2014 at 11:43 PM, Ian Cordasco
><ian.cordasco at rackspace.com> wrote:
>> On 12/1/14, 08:37, "Louis Taylor" <kragniz at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>Hi all,
>>>In order to enable or disable osprofiler in Glance, we currently have an
>>>    [profiler]
>>>    # If False fully disable profiling feature.
>>>    enabled = False
>>>However, all other services with osprofiler integration use a similar
>>>named profiler_enabled.
>>>For consistency, I'm proposing we deprecate this option's name in favour
>>>profiler_enabled. This should make it easier for someone to configure
>>>osprofiler across projects with less confusion. Does anyone have any
>>>or concerns about this?
>> We *just* introduced this if I remember the IRC discussion from last
>> month. I’m not sure how many people will be immediately making use of it.
>> I’m in favor of consistency where possible and while this would require a
>> deprecation, I think it’s a worthwhile change.
>> +1 from me
>> Ian
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