New install on CentOS: what versions, etc.?
noonedeadpunk at gmail.com
Tue Jun 14 19:08:41 UTC 2022
Well, it depends of what new version you're thinking.
As iirc last openstack version which would support CentOS 7 is Ussuri.
After that you will have troubles with supported libvirt version and python
As on CentsOS 7 you don't have python3 libvirt bindings, so likely you
would need to run on python 2.7 which is already eol for couple of years.
CentOS 8 Stream though will be working on Yoga but for Zed you will need
CentOS 9 Stream.
So all depends of what you consider new after Juno :D
вт, 14 июн. 2022 г., 21:02 Ken D'Ambrosio <ken at jots.org>:
> Hey, all. We're currently running (I hope you're sitting) Juno, and
> we're thinking about rolling out a new OpenStack version. My boss has
> asked me if CentOS 7.9
> a) would be supported for control/compute nodes, and, if so, if there
> are any long-term potential issues, and
> b) if there would be any concerns about versions of client OSes.
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