[Openstack] Trove is skipped in Newton

Evgeniy Ivanov e601809 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 11:34:29 UTC 2017

Amrith Kumar,

Thanks for your reply.

 > [Amrith Kumar] I don't quite understand where Tesora got involved in this

Tesora as a contributor did more then 60% for Trove, didn't they?

So, if you as a major contributor of Trove and you don't want to write 
documentations, why don't you opensource the book? (Openstack Trove) and 
make life easer for operators ?
According to the information I found on the openstack repositories I can 
tell exactly that it's absolutely impossible to build an image and get 
trove-guestagent up and running in Newton for now.

That's why I made the thread and asked for help.

On 07/03/17 17:09, Amrith Kumar wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Evgeniy Ivanov [mailto:e601809 at gmail.com]
>> Sent: Monday, March 6, 2017 11:13 PM
>> To: openstack at lists.openstack.org
>> Subject: [Openstack] Trove is skipped in Newton
>> Hello everybody,
>> I found some interesting info about Trove in Newton. I'm able to deploy
>> successfully some trove components (api, conductor and taskmanager) on
>> my test Newton environment. As for the Trove guestagent - I'm totally not
>> able to run it neither on Ubuntu Trusty nor Ubuntu Xenial.
>> I found there are no Newton packages for Trusty in The Ubuntu Cloud
>> Archive. The last supported release is Mitaka (I checked the RELEASE_MAP).
>> That looks there is no support for Newton in Trusty, therefore I can not
> use
>> Trove in Newton.
> [Amrith Kumar] This appears to be more of a question for the Ubuntu
> distribution maintainers than for the Trove project.
>> As for the Xenial release, here is a bug where Amrith Kumar (CTO Tesora)
>> says there is no support for Newton also -
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/trove/+bug/1652312 (Should be in Ocata only)
> [Amrith Kumar] This was specific to the MySQL support and as the comment in
> the bug says, "fwiw, xenial support for mysql does exist in master (soon
> Ocata)."
>> For me, it looks like Tesora just skipped Newton, did they?
> [Amrith Kumar] No, but you should distinguish between Tesora and Trove. FYI,
> my response is only as a contributor to Trove, I do not speak for Tesora. As
> with next comment, I don't see what Tesora has to do with this if you aren't
> using their software.
>> I'm asking here because there is no way to get any answers from Tesora and
>> Co.
> [Amrith Kumar] I don't quite understand where Tesora got involved in this
> but I'll assume that you are their customer and you know how to get support.
> If not, then I don't see what you'd like them to do for you. If you are
> attempting to use packages from the Ubuntu Cloud Archive (as you say you
> are), it doesn't strike me that you are a Tesora customer.
>> Thanks for any help!
>> --
>> Best Regards,
>> Evgeniy Ivanov
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Best Regards,
Evgeniy Ivanov

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