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[Openstack] Request for Mitaka version git repository

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Hello,

I am Suraj, graduate student in Computer Engineering at San Jose State
University.

We had developed an encryption application using Swift-All-In-One
architecture using stable/mitaka version during Spring 2017 as part of our
Non-thesis project phase 1.

We are required to utilize the mitaka version to continue our project and
application cannot be built on other versions of Openstack(like Newton,
Ocata). We are unable to locate stable/mitaka branch in the upstream.

Can you please let us know if there is an archived version of Openstack
stable mitaka available.

Thank you.

Regards
Suraj


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asked Oct 16, 2017 in openstack by Suraj_Davanagere_Bas (200 points)  

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The "mitaka-eol" tag is available if you must use it. For completeness, I must say please use later versions because they are better. The current version of Swift (2.15.1) is 100% compatible with the Mitaka release (2.7.1); ie clients that work with 2.7.1 will work with any later version, and you can upgrade to the latest from 2.7.1 with no user downtime.

(Version numbers pulled from https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Swift/version_map)

--John

On 16 Oct 2017, at 16:33, Suraj Davanagere Basavaraj wrote:

Hello,

I am Suraj, graduate student in Computer Engineering at San Jose State
University.

We had developed an encryption application using Swift-All-In-One
architecture using stable/mitaka version during Spring 2017 as part of our
Non-thesis project phase 1.

We are required to utilize the mitaka version to continue our project and
application cannot be built on other versions of Openstack(like Newton,
Ocata). We are unable to locate stable/mitaka branch in the upstream.

Can you please let us know if there is an archived version of Openstack
stable mitaka available.

Thank you.

Regards
Suraj


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responded Oct 16, 2017 by John_Dickinson (10,400 points)   2 4 7
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Hello John,

Thank you very much. It worked for us.

On Oct 16, 2017 4:47 PM, "John Dickinson" me@not.mn wrote:

The "mitaka-eol" tag is available if you must use it. For completeness, I
must say please use later versions because they are better. The current
version of Swift (2.15.1) is 100% compatible with the Mitaka release
(2.7.1); ie clients that work with 2.7.1 will work with any later version,
and you can upgrade to the latest from 2.7.1 with no user downtime.

(Version numbers pulled from https://wiki.openstack.org/
wiki/Swift/version_map)

--John

On 16 Oct 2017, at 16:33, Suraj Davanagere Basavaraj wrote:

Hello,

I am Suraj, graduate student in Computer Engineering at San Jose State
University.

We had developed an encryption application using Swift-All-In-One
architecture using stable/mitaka version during Spring 2017 as part of
our
Non-thesis project phase 1.

We are required to utilize the mitaka version to continue our project and
application cannot be built on other versions of Openstack(like Newton,
Ocata). We are unable to locate stable/mitaka branch in the upstream.

Can you please let us know if there is an archived version of Openstack
stable mitaka available.

Thank you.

Regards
Suraj


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responded Oct 17, 2017 by Suraj_Davanagere_Bas (200 points)  
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