Tag Archives: openstack

A brief overview of Nova’s new object model (Part 3)

In parts one and two, I talked about the reasoning for developing an object model inside of Nova, as well as showed a sample implementation for a toy object. In this part, I will examine parts of some “real” objects … Continue reading

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A tool for watching Zuul and Jenkins

In my work on OpenStack Nova, I often have multiple patches in flight somewhere on the CI system. When patches are first submitted (or resubmitted) they go into Zuul’s “check” queue for a first pass of the tests. After a … Continue reading

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Dan’s Partial Summary of the Nova Track

Last week, OpenStack developers met in Portland, OR for the Havana Design Summit. Being mostly focused on Nova development, I spent almost all of my time in that track. Below are some observations not yet covered by other folks. Baremetal … Continue reading

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All your DB are belong to conductor

Well, it’s done. Hopefully. Over the last year, Nova has had a goal of removing direct database access from nova-compute. This has a lot of advantages, especially around security and rolling upgrade abilities, but also brings some complexity and change. Much … Continue reading

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