[openstack-dev] Branch miss-match between server and client in Kilo

Sridhar Ramaswamy srics.r at gmail.com
Sat Mar 12 00:02:06 UTC 2016

Hi Janki,

Thanks for reporting this issue and it is a valid one. However we need to
fix up our gate tests to skip doc8 test for stable/kilo to merge your
patchset. Given Kilo is close to EOL (end-of-life) would you mind switching
over to use stable/liberty ? For Tacker, Kilo was one of the early release
and we came a long way "cleaning up" the project over Liberty and Mitaka
(which is wrapping up). Again, if you are particular about Kilo for any
specific reason, let us know. We will find a way to work it out.

BTW, I see you are new to OpenStack contributions - a warm welcome! We have
many interesting work items that you could take up, see [1], particularly
the ones with low-hanging-fruit tag. Stop by #tacker channel if you need
help picking one.

- Sridhar

[1] https://goo.gl/S3FAOk

On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 8:16 PM, Janki Chhatbar <jankihchhatbar at gmail.com>

> Hi All
> Greetings for the day!
> I have noticed that while installing* OpenStack Kilo* using DevStack, the
> server components cloned are stable/kilo whereas the client components
> cloned are master. This leads to errors in installation or commands
> miss-match. For eg.
> *In tacker,*
> tacker git repo is stable/kilo which points to incorrect git repo URL. I
> have filled a  bug and proposed a patch for this (
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/tacker/+bug/1555130)
> *In Magnum*,
> *magnum stable/kilo* clones *python-magnumclient master* which leads to
> command mismatch (https://bugs.launchpad.net/magnum/+bug/1509273).
>    1. Does this affect all other services?
>    2. Does this mean that the branch needs to be changed for all the
>    service's clients? The change will be in /devstack/lib/{service} file in
>    "GITBRANCH" variable.
>  If changes are required, I am willing to work on those.
> Thanking you
> Janki Chhatbar
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