[openstack-dev] [nova][ceilometer][postgresql][gate][telemetry] PostgreSQL gate failure (again)

gordon chung gord at live.ca
Wed Feb 1 17:12:09 UTC 2017

On 01/02/17 11:42 AM, Monty Taylor wrote:
> As I mentioned before, I don't think it matters which of the two we pick
> - although I know _way_ more about MySQL personally and it has a much
> more proven track record at absurdly large scale - I just argue that we
> should pick one and then actually design our database interactions based
> on how that one works.
> I don't actually expect us to decide to do that, of course. Why would we
> ever say no to more places for people to express their desire for
> difference? But I strongly believe it would be in the best interests of
> OpenStack if we did.

all for a slimmer openstack.

so Julien's initial query regarding postgresql. if we only do test one 
and only one, i don't think it's safe to say we support anything other 
than that and we should probably be more consistent with this messaging? 
right now postgresql is not just gated on in places, but can just as 
easily be configured in dev environments, and is mentioned as supported 
in our docs[1]. we'd probably have consider all the existing deployments 
that leverage postgresql and what response to give them on either 
migrating or some other alternative.



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