[blazar][release][requirements] blazar-nova and nova requirements
pierre at stackhpc.com
Thu Mar 17 09:47:21 UTC 2022
Thank you both for your help. blazar-nova 2.5.0 has been released, this
issue is now resolved.
On Wed, 16 Mar 2022 at 15:10, Előd Illés <elod.illes at est.tech> wrote:
> Thanks Thierry, you are right. Let's release then!
> On 2022. 03. 16. 14:25, Thierry Carrez wrote:
> > Given that in practice it is not really a library, it's not listed in
> > global-requirements, and we will likely switch its type next cycle, I
> > would consider just allowing a new release to fix this.
> > It should not create any issue with requirements since nothing lists
> > it as a dependency. It would not even need a RFE.
> > Előd Illés wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Sorry for the late answer.
> >> First of all we are in library freeze period already and blazar-nova
> >> is currently marked as library. Though a Requirements Freeze
> >> Exception might be granted (would need to check with Matthew), I
> >> think it's not necessary. This is mostly a problem when distros do
> >> their packaging, but I guess due to nova's lower constraints change
> >> they already need to use the higher minimums.
> >> Some more comments:
> >> - though requirements shouldn't be changed on stable branches in
> >> general, i think this can be backported *after* the final yoga
> >> release (to unblock the gate)
> >> - I think release model change is OK and can be proposed for Zed cycle
> >> Cheers,
> >> Előd
> >> On 2022. 03. 04. 17:36, Pierre Riteau wrote:
> >>> Hello release team,
> >>> blazar-nova is a package including a nova scheduler filter, which
> >>> must be installed together with nova to be used.
> >>> The blazar-nova deliverable for Yoga was tagged with 2.4.0 at the
> >>> time of the final release for non-client libraries. A few days ago,
> >>> stable/yoga patches were automatically proposed. This is when I
> >>> discovered that the lower-constraints job was broken because nova
> >>> bumped some requirements / lower-constraints after we released 
> >>> . Because blazar-nova and nova are installed together, we keep
> >>> our requirements in sync for testing purposes.
> >>> Now, I believe it is just the lower-constraints testing that is
> >>> broken, since nova requirements are still compatible with what
> >>> blazar-nova requires: nova just requires more recent versions of
> >>> some packages. I can run "pip install blazar-nova
> >>> git+https://opendev.org/openstack/nova.git@master#egg=nova" fine.
> >>> I fixed the issue on the blazar-nova master branch  and proposed
> >>> a backport to stable/yoga , but realised this was probably
> >>> breaking release policy.
> >>> Should we leave stable/yoga as released and just drop the
> >>> lower-constraints job?
> >>> As an aside, would it be possible to requalify blazar-nova as a
> >>> cycle-with-rc deliverable for the next release? It is typed as a
> >>> library but nothing depends on it: if anything, it depends on nova
> >>> itself.
> >>> Thanks,
> >>> Pierre Riteau (priteau)
> >>>  https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/nova/+/712139
> >>>  https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/nova/+/821606
> >>>  https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/blazar-nova/+/831741
> >>>  https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/blazar-nova/+/831832
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