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Hi, Due to some visa issues, my travel to Vancouver summit is canceled. I will miss meeting the Heat team and the planned session on convergence phase 2. Kanagaraj M has some context on the phase 2 plans and he should be able to drive it. ...

asked May 20, 2015 in openstack-dev
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Hi, Sometime back we had a discussion on IRC regarding sqlite migration scripts. Since sqlite is mostly used for testing, we were thinking about moving the sqlite migration related code to tests folder and keep the migrate_repo sane (with ...

responded Apr 27, 2015 in openstack-dev
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Hi Zane, I was wondering if we could push changes relating to backup stack removal and to not load resources as part of stack. There needs to be a capability to restart jobs left over by dead engines. something like heat stack-operation ...

responded Jan 14, 2015 in openstack-dev
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On 16-Dec-14 09:41, Zane Bitter wrote: > On 15/12/14 09:32, Anant Patil wrote: >> On 12-Dec-14 06:29, Zane Bitter wrote: >>> On 11/12/14 01:14, Anant Patil wrote: >>>> On 04-Dec-14 10:49, Zane Bitter wrote: >>>>> On 01/12/14 02:02, Anant ...

responded Jan 8, 2015 in openstack-dev
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A bunch of us have spent the last few weeks working independently on proof of concept designs for the convergence architecture. I think those efforts have now reached a sufficient level of maturity that we should start working together on ...

responded Dec 16, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi folks, I've been looking at the convergence stuff, and become a bit concerned that we're more or less flying blind (or at least I have been) in trying to figure out the design, and also that some of the first implementation efforts seem ...

responded Oct 28, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi, One of the steps in the direction of convergence is to enable Heat engine to handle concurrent stack operations. The main convergence spec talks about it. Resource versioning would be needed to handle concurrent stack operations. As of ...

responded Sep 24, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi, The convergence spec is really big to be seen and understood in entirety without going through multiple iterations. It is probably a good idea to break the spec into multiple implementable specs and move a chunk of material from main ...

asked Sep 24, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi, In convergence, we discuss about having concurrent updates to a stack. I wanted to know if it is safe to assume that the an update will be a super set of it's previous updates. Understanding this is critical to arrive at implementation ...

asked Sep 22, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi, I see that the stack delete method is too long to comprehend easily without going to-and-fro few times. I think we should refactor it and move out the "UpdateReplace" related logic for backup stack to another method. We can also move ...

responded Aug 6, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi, I see that the stack delete method is too long to comprehend easily without going to-and-fro few times. I think we should refactor it and move out the "UpdateReplace" related logic for backup stack to another method. We can also move ...

asked Aug 6, 2014 in openstack-dev
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On 30-Jul-14 23:24, Zane Bitter wrote: > On 30/07/14 02:21, Anant Patil wrote: >> On 28-Jul-14 22:37, Clint Byrum wrote: >>> Excerpts from Zane Bitter's message of 2014-07-28 07:25:24 -0700: >>>> On 26/07/14 00:04, Anant Patil wrote: >>>>> ...

asked Aug 6, 2014 in openstack-dev
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Hi, When we do a stack update, I see that there are 2 copies of raw_template stored in database for each update. For n updates there are "2n + 1" entries of raw_template in database. Is this expected or is it a bug? When I dug more into it, ...

responded Jul 30, 2014 in openstack-dev
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