[openstack-dev] [neutron] [rhel7] minimal dnsmasq version
scheuran at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Mon Jan 26 14:53:21 UTC 2015
Thanks Ihar for sharing your thoughts!
On Mon, 2015-01-26 at 11:30 +0100, Ihar Hrachyshka wrote:
> Hi Andreas,
> On 01/26/2015 10:58 AM, Andreas Scheuring wrote:
> > Hi Ihar,
> > we're currently running stable/juno devstack on rhel7 base. But I see
> > troubles to get it running on the master branch due to bug 1408297.
> > The fix for this bug increases the minimal dnsmasq version for master
> > branch up to 2.67. I also recognized the stable/juno item that leaves a
> > warning if this version level is not reached - that's why it is working
> > fine for us so far.
> > You mentioned in the following thread
> > http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-dev/2015-January/053980.html
> > , that redhat plans to backport the mac-ip matching feature to version
> > 2.66.
> Not exactly. I only said that for some conservative distributions that
> strictly control any version bumps, simple bump of dnsmasq to 2.67 may
> be not an option, and hence they may consider backporting the feature
> they miss as an alternative. I haven't mentioned which route Red Hat
> will go though.
> You may be interested in tracking the following Red Hat bug to see how
> it goes:
> > Are you planning any additional Neutron code changes to also allow the
> > version 2.66 or an older one of dnsmasq or may this new version for rhel
> > come with the kilo rdo release? At least for IPv4 Use cases the 2.67
> > version is not required....
> Yes, I have a patch in review to move the version check from DHCP agent
> to sanity_check tool . I will update it today since it seems the
> issue gets a lot of traction and attention recently (f.e. see ).
> Note that at the moment, there is no RDO Kilo release yet. Though you
> may find some packages for Kilo in Delorean (RDO based on master) .
> We hope that EL7 will receive an update for dnsmasq to allow it to serve
> IPv6 stateful subnets in the near future, as far as I know teams are
> actively working on delivering it. Once we get the update, we'll be ok
> to disable the warning in Juno  (in Red Hat repos, not upstream).
> : https://review.openstack.org/148577
> : https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1413042
> : http://220.127.116.11/repos/report.html
> > The only workaround I could imagine so far is to install a fedora
> > package.
> Yes, that's a way to go for now. Sorry for any inconvenience due to that.
> > Thanks!
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