OpenStack DNS As A Service (Designate)
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Arjun Baindur 7c2a3be3e4 Make update_status use synchronized_zone 10 months ago
api-ref/source Fix doc generation for Python3 2 years ago
contrib Move default DNS driver to bind9 1 year ago
designate Make update_status use synchronized_zone 8 months ago
devstack Move default DNS driver to bind9 1 year ago
doc Improve and update docs 1 year ago
etc/designate Change correctly producer-task conf 1 year ago
playbooks/legacy Migrate to Zuul v3 1 year ago
rally-jobs Grammar mistakes have been corrected 3 years ago
releasenotes Remove deprecated cfg in notification and add format-v6 test 1 year ago
tools Refactor NSD4 UT for using upstream eventlet 2 years ago
.coveragerc Update .coveragerc after the removal of respective directory 2 years ago
.gitignore Add etc/designate/*.yaml to .gitignore 3 years ago
.gitreview Update .gitreview for stable/pike 1 year ago
.testr.conf Add functional tox env 3 years ago
.zuul.yaml Remove install-guide-jobs 9 months ago
LICENSE Add LICENSE file. 6 years ago
README.rst Update URLs in documents according to document migration 1 year ago
babel.cfg Setup for translation 5 years ago
designate.sublime-project Add __pycache__ to ST2 Ignore 3 years ago
ipa-requirements.txt add support for FreeIPA backend - phase 5 - requirements 5 years ago
requirements.txt Updated from global requirements 1 year ago
setup.cfg Update the documentation link 1 year ago Updated from global requirements 2 years ago
test-requirements.txt Updated from global requirements 1 year ago
tox.ini Removing removed bandit plugins to fix gate 10 months ago


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OpenStack Designate

Designate is an OpenStack project, providing DNSaaS.

IRC: #openstack-dns



Designate follows the OpenStack Gerrit Workflow


Setup a working environment:

git clone
cd designate
virtualenv .venv
. .venv/bin/activate
pip install -r requirements.txt -r test-requirements.txt
python develop

Building Docs

To build the documentation from the restructured text source, do the following:

cd doc
pip install -r requirements.txt
sphinx-build  source/ build/html/

now point your browser at html/index.html (the official documentation is published to by the maintainers.


Install the git-review package to make life easier

pip install git-review

Branch, work, & submit:

# cut a new branch, tracking master
git checkout --track -b bug/id origin/master
# work work work
git add stuff
git commit
# rebase/squash to a single commit before submitting
git rebase -i
# submit


Execute a single test using py27 (test is CentralServiceTest.test_count_domains)

tox -e py27 -- designate.tests.test_central.test_service.CentralServiceTest.test_count_zones_policy_check