[dev] directions to the right project team
Danny.Webb at thehutgroup.com
Tue Jul 19 13:47:52 UTC 2022
It was a conscious decision by the keystone team back in 2015 as far as we can tell. There was a large discussion on the mailing list regarding this that seemed to have left this issue unresolved (most specifically around user pagination, but this seems to have affected project / domain elements as well).
Ultimately what we're seeking to do is start a discussion within the keystone / horizon (and potentially skyline) community about how we can rectify the current issues we're facing around the usability of the UX portion of keystone elements. Eg, if pagination isn't the way the keystone community wants to go should we look at instead having dynamic filtering instead in the UI? Are there any other options that people can think of that might be a better way forward?
From: Julia Kreger <juliaashleykreger at gmail.com>
Sent: 19 July 2022 14:21
To: Danny Webb <Danny.Webb at thehutgroup.com>
Cc: Dmitriy Rabotyagov <noonedeadpunk at gmail.com>; openstack-discuss <openstack-discuss at lists.openstack.org>
Subject: Re: [dev] directions to the right project team
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On Tue, Jul 19, 2022 at 3:44 AM Danny Webb <Danny.Webb at thehutgroup.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately pagination was removed from keystone in the v3 api and as far as we're aware it was never re-added.
This is quite concerning, and a quick look at the code confirms it.
Mostly. There are remnants of "hints" and SQL Query filtering, but the
internal limit is just a truncation which seems bad as well.
This seems like a fundamental performance oriented feature because the
overhead in data conversion can be quite a bit when you have a large
number of well... any objects being returned from a database.
Does anyone know if a bug is open for this issue?
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