[openstack-dev] [api][qa][tc][glance][keystone][cinder] Testing of deprecated API versions
john.griffith8 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 10 19:30:02 UTC 2017
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 9:51 AM, Sean McGinnis <sean.mcginnis at gmx.com>
> > >
> > As far as I can tell:
> > - Cinder v1 if I'm not mistaken has been deprecated in Juno, so it's
> > deprecated in all supported releases.
> > - Glance v1 has been deprecated in Newton, so it's deprecated in all
> > supported releases
> > - Keystone v2 has been deprecated in Mitaka, so testing *must* stay in
> > Tempest until Mitaka EOL, which is in a month from now
> > We should stop testing these three api versions in the common gate
> > including stable branches now (except for keystone v2 on stable/mitaka
> > which can run for one more month).
> > Are cinder / glance / keystone willing to take over the API tests and run
> > them in their own gate until removal of the API version?
> > Doug
> With Cinder's v1 API being deprecated for quite awhile now, I would
> actually prefer to just remove all tempest tests and drop the API
> completely. There was some concern about removal a few cycles back since
> there was concern (rightly so) that a lot of deployments and a lot of
> users were still using it.
> I think it has now been marked as deprecated long enough that if anyone
> is still using it, it's just out of obstinance. We've removed the v1
> api-ref documentation, and the default in the client has been v2 for
> Unless there's a strong objection, and a valid argument to support it,
> I really would just like to drop v1 from Cinder and not waste any more
> cycles on redoing tempest tests and reconfiguring jobs to support
> something we have stated for over two years that we were no longer going
> to support. Juno went EOL in December of 2015. I really hope it's safe
> now to remove.
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