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[Openstack] Devstack with OpenStack's local repo

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Hi All,

Whenever I run devstack set up scripts it always download the latest minor version of OpenStack.

I want to control that by connecting my local OpenStack repo is it possible?

Please let me know.

Thanks & regards,

Mohan Ramu


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asked Nov 2, 2017 in openstack by Ramu,_MohanX (460 points)   1 1

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On Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 6:32 AM, Ramu, MohanX mohanx.ramu@intel.com wrote:
I want to control that by connecting my local OpenStack repo is it possible?

In stackrc you will find a number of environment variable pairs of the
form XXXREPO and XXXBRANCH. Those can be used to get very specific
about the repo and branch to check out for each project and many
sub-projects and libraries. Also, the GIT_BASE variable may be
sufficient to point at your own collection of repos.

dt

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Dean Troyer
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responded Nov 2, 2017 by Dean_Troyer (13,100 points)   1 3 3
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On 11/02/2017 04:32 AM, Ramu, MohanX wrote:
Hi All,

Whenever I run devstack set up scripts it always download the latest
minor version of OpenStack.

I want to control that by connecting my local OpenStack repo is it
possible?

Please let me know.

Thanks & regards,

Mohan Ramu

It is, we document it a bit here (though patches are welcome if you have
ideas on making it more clear) -
https://docs.openstack.org/devstack/latest/development.html#testing-a-patch-series

-Sean

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Sean Dague
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responded Nov 2, 2017 by Sean_Dague (66,200 points)   4 7 12
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