[openstack-dev] [tc][masakari][api] masakari service-type, docs, api-ref and releasenotes

Sam P sam47priya at gmail.com
Thu Jan 18 08:11:51 UTC 2018

Hi Monty,
 Thanks for the patches.
 Agree that 'ha' is a pretty broad service-type for Masakari.
 compute-ha or instance-ha are both OK, as  Andreas proposed,
 I would like to change it to instance-ha.
 If no objections, I will fix the python-masakariclient, devstack
pulgin etc.. from masakari side.
--- Regards,

On Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 4:42 PM, Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse.com> wrote:
> On 2018-01-17 20:23, Monty Taylor wrote:
>> Hey everybody,
>> I noticed today while preparing patches to projects that are using
>> openstacksdk that masakari is not listed in service-types-authority. [0]
>> I pushed up a patch to fix that [1] as well as to add api-ref, docs and
>> releasenotes jobs to the masakari repo so that each of those will be
>> published appropriately.
>> As part of doing this, it came up that 'ha' is a pretty broad
>> service-type and that perhaps it should be 'compute-ha' or 'instance-ha'.
>> The service-type is a unique key for identifying a service in the
>> catalog, so the same service-type cannot be shared amongst openstack
>> services. It is also used for api-ref publication (to
>> https://developer.openstack.org/api-ref/{service-type} ) - and in
>> openstacksdk as the name used for the service attribute on the
>> Connection object. (So the service-type 'ha' would result in having
>> conn.ha on an openstack.connection.Connection)
>> We do support specifying historical aliases. Since masakari has been
>> using ha up until now, we'll need to list is in the aliases at the very
>> least.
>> Do we want to change it? What should we change it to?
> Yes, I would change it - instance-ha sounds best seeing that the
> governance file has:
> "  service: Instances High Availability Service"
> Andreas
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