[openstack-dev] Introducing 'wrapt' to taskflow breaks Jenkins builds on stable branches

Joshua Harlow harlowja at outlook.com
Thu Nov 20 18:09:54 UTC 2014

Thanks for find this (annoying that this wasn't found automatically by 
CI, but thats the situation we are in...).

It looks like the following review should help solve this:

https://review.openstack.org/#/c/136018/ (to add the requirement, there 
is a good explanation in the comments of the review there as to why this 
is happening).

https://review.openstack.org/#/c/136058/ (to pin taskflow in juno, so 
that 0.6 taskflow development, which should not break anything API or 
functionally, but did appear to break things by adding a new requirement 
will be placed; this seems to be along the line of placing upper bounds 
on things in stable branches anyway).

I'll look into what else we can do beyond the above; it seems that maybe 
devstack on stable branches needs to *not* use git master as its 
location to install libraries (or at least certain libraries?); although 
maybe this is more of a general question around placing upper bounds on 
the requirements and how this works with devstack - which appears to not 
be following that same 'upper-bound' rule by installing things from git 

Sorry about causing this, wasn't able to see this in CI until after it 
happened (since this case wasn't found there, because afaik taskflow CI 
is only testing N - 1 release integration, not N - 2).


Mike Kolesnik wrote:
> Hi,
> Currently stable branch Jenkins builds are failing due to the error:
> Syncing /opt/stack/new/taskflow/requirements-py3.txt
> 'wrapt' is not a global requirement but it should be,something went wrong
> It's my understanding that this is a side effect from your change in
> taskflow:
> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/129507/
> This is currently blocking (amongst other things) a backport of a
> security fix:
> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/135624/
> Joshua - Would you be so kind as to investigate this?
> Kind Regards,
> Mike
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