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Add my new address to .mailmap

This commit updates the mailmap file and changes my alias
in a few places within old comments.

Change-Id: Ica0e184109d794b8e129d567b5606d7fe84ff384
tags/15.0.0
Aeva Black 10 months ago
committed by Julia Kreger
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      ironic/api/controllers/v1/node.py
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      ironic/common/driver_factory.py
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      ironic/common/exception.py
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      ironic/common/policy.py
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      ironic/common/states.py
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      ironic/conductor/base_manager.py
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      ironic/conductor/manager.py
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      ironic/conductor/rpcapi.py
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      ironic/conductor/utils.py
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      ironic/db/sqlalchemy/alembic/versions/5674c57409b9_replace_nostate_with_available.py
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      ironic/db/sqlalchemy/models.py
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      ironic/drivers/modules/deploy_utils.py
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      ironic/drivers/modules/ipmitool.py
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      ironic/tests/unit/api/controllers/v1/test_node.py
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      ironic/tests/unit/conductor/test_deployments.py
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.mailmap View File

@@ -2,3 +2,4 @@
# <preferred e-mail> <other e-mail 1>
# <preferred e-mail> <other e-mail 2>
Joe Gordon <joe.gordon0@gmail.com> <jogo@cloudscaling.com>
Aeva Black <aeva.online@gmail.com> <devananda.vdv@gmail.com>

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- 1
devstack/lib/ironic View File

@@ -1639,7 +1639,7 @@ function create_ironic_accounts {
"$IRONIC_SERVICE_PROTOCOL://$IRONIC_HOSTPORT"

# Create ironic service user
# TODO(deva): make this work with the 'service' role
# TODO(tenbrae): make this work with the 'service' role
# https://bugs.launchpad.net/ironic/+bug/1605398
create_service_user "ironic" "admin"



+ 1
- 1
ironic/api/controllers/v1/driver.py View File

@@ -367,7 +367,7 @@ class DriversController(rest.RestController):
@expose.expose(DriverList, str, types.boolean)
def get_all(self, type=None, detail=None):
"""Retrieve a list of drivers."""
# FIXME(deva): formatting of the auto-generated REST API docs
# FIXME(tenbrae): formatting of the auto-generated REST API docs
# will break from a single-line doc string.
# This is a result of a bug in sphinxcontrib-pecanwsme
# https://github.com/dreamhost/sphinxcontrib-pecanwsme/issues/8


+ 12
- 12
ironic/api/controllers/v1/node.py View File

@@ -1265,8 +1265,8 @@ class Node(base.APIBase):
retired_reason = wsme.wsattr(str)
"""Indicates the reason for a node's retirement."""

# NOTE(deva): "conductor_affinity" shouldn't be presented on the
# API because it's an internal value. Don't add it here.
# NOTE(tenbrae): "conductor_affinity" shouldn't be presented on the
# API because it's an internal value. Don't add it here.

def __init__(self, **kwargs):
self.fields = []
@@ -1399,10 +1399,10 @@ class Node(base.APIBase):
:type fields: list of str
"""
cdict = api.request.context.to_policy_values()
# NOTE(deva): the 'show_password' policy setting name exists for legacy
# purposes and can not be changed. Changing it will cause
# upgrade problems for any operators who have customized
# the value of this field
# NOTE(tenbrae): the 'show_password' policy setting name exists for
# legacy purposes and can not be changed. Changing it will
# cause upgrade problems for any operators who have
# customized the value of this field
show_driver_secrets = policy.check("show_password", cdict, cdict)
show_instance_secrets = policy.check("show_instance_secrets",
cdict, cdict)
@@ -1421,7 +1421,7 @@ class Node(base.APIBase):
if not show_instance_secrets and self.instance_info != wtypes.Unset:
self.instance_info = strutils.mask_dict_password(
self.instance_info, "******")
# NOTE(deva): agent driver may store a swift temp_url on the
# NOTE(tenbrae): agent driver may store a swift temp_url on the
# instance_info, which shouldn't be exposed to non-admin users.
# Now that ironic supports additional policies, we need to hide
# it here, based on this policy.
@@ -2231,8 +2231,8 @@ class NodesController(rest.RestController):
msg = _("Allocation UUID cannot be specified, use allocations API")
raise exception.Invalid(msg)

# NOTE(deva): get_topic_for checks if node.driver is in the hash ring
# and raises NoValidHost if it is not.
# NOTE(tenbrae): get_topic_for checks if node.driver is in the hash
# ring and raises NoValidHost if it is not.
# We need to ensure that node has a UUID before it can
# be mapped onto the hash ring.
if not node.uuid:
@@ -2241,7 +2241,7 @@ class NodesController(rest.RestController):
try:
topic = api.request.rpcapi.get_topic_for(node)
except exception.NoValidHost as e:
# NOTE(deva): convert from 404 to 400 because client can see
# NOTE(tenbrae): convert from 404 to 400 because client can see
# list of available drivers and shouldn't request
# one that doesn't exist.
e.code = http_client.BAD_REQUEST
@@ -2400,14 +2400,14 @@ class NodesController(rest.RestController):
node_dict['chassis_uuid'] = node_dict.pop('chassis_id', None)
node = Node(**api_utils.apply_jsonpatch(node_dict, patch))
self._update_changed_fields(node, rpc_node)
# NOTE(deva): we calculate the rpc topic here in case node.driver
# NOTE(tenbrae): we calculate the rpc topic here in case node.driver
# has changed, so that update is sent to the
# new conductor, not the old one which may fail to
# load the new driver.
try:
topic = api.request.rpcapi.get_topic_for(rpc_node)
except exception.NoValidHost as e:
# NOTE(deva): convert from 404 to 400 because client can see
# NOTE(tenbrae): convert from 404 to 400 because client can see
# list of available drivers and shouldn't request
# one that doesn't exist.
e.code = http_client.BAD_REQUEST


+ 8
- 8
ironic/common/driver_factory.py View File

@@ -294,9 +294,9 @@ class BaseDriverFactory(object):
This is subclassed to load both main drivers and extra interfaces.
"""

# NOTE(deva): loading the _extension_manager as a class member will break
# stevedore when it loads a driver, because the driver will
# import this file (and thus instantiate another factory).
# NOTE(tenbrae): loading the _extension_manager as a class member will
# break stevedore when it loads a driver, because the driver
# will import this file (and thus instantiate another factory).
# Instead, we instantiate a NameDispatchExtensionManager only
# once, the first time DriverFactory.__init__ is called.
_extension_manager = None
@@ -322,12 +322,12 @@ class BaseDriverFactory(object):
def get_driver(self, name):
return self[name].obj

# NOTE(deva): Use lockutils to avoid a potential race in eventlet
# NOTE(tenbrae): Use lockutils to avoid a potential race in eventlet
# that might try to create two driver factories.
@classmethod
@lockutils.synchronized(EM_SEMAPHORE)
def _init_extension_manager(cls):
# NOTE(deva): In case multiple greenthreads queue up on this lock
# NOTE(tenbrae): In case multiple greenthreads queue up on this lock
# before _extension_manager is initialized, prevent
# creation of multiple NameDispatchExtensionManagers.
if cls._extension_manager:
@@ -356,8 +356,8 @@ class BaseDriverFactory(object):
'configuration file.',
', '.join(duplicated_drivers))

# NOTE(deva): Drivers raise "DriverLoadError" if they are unable to be
# loaded, eg. due to missing external dependencies.
# NOTE(tenbrae): Drivers raise "DriverLoadError" if they are unable to
# be loaded, eg. due to missing external dependencies.
# We capture that exception, and, only if it is for an
# enabled driver, raise it from here. If enabled driver
# raises other exception type, it is wrapped in
@@ -365,7 +365,7 @@ class BaseDriverFactory(object):
# caused it, and raised. If the exception is for a
# non-enabled driver, we suppress it.
def _catch_driver_not_found(mgr, ep, exc):
# NOTE(deva): stevedore loads plugins *before* evaluating
# NOTE(tenbrae): stevedore loads plugins *before* evaluating
# _check_func, so we need to check here, too.
if ep.name in cls._enabled_driver_list:
if not isinstance(exc, exception.DriverLoadError):


+ 2
- 1
ironic/common/exception.py View File

@@ -52,7 +52,8 @@ class TemporaryFailure(IronicException):


class NotAcceptable(IronicException):
# TODO(deva): We need to set response headers in the API for this exception
# TODO(tenbrae): We need to set response headers in the API
# for this exception
_msg_fmt = _("Request not acceptable.")
code = http_client.NOT_ACCEPTABLE



+ 4
- 4
ironic/common/policy.py View File

@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ default_policies = [
'is_public_api:True',
description='Internal flag for public API routes'),
# Generic default to hide passwords in node driver_info
# NOTE(deva): the 'show_password' policy setting hides secrets in
# NOTE(tenbrae): the 'show_password' policy setting hides secrets in
# driver_info. However, the name exists for legacy
# purposes and can not be changed. Changing it will cause
# upgrade problems for any operators who have customized
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ default_policies = [
description='Owner of allocation'),
]

# NOTE(deva): to follow policy-in-code spec, we define defaults for
# NOTE(tenbrae): to follow policy-in-code spec, we define defaults for
# the granular policies in code, rather than in policy.json.
# All of these may be overridden by configuration, but we can
# depend on their existence throughout the code.
@@ -581,7 +581,7 @@ def init_enforcer(policy_file=None, rules=None,
if _ENFORCER:
return

# NOTE(deva): Register defaults for policy-in-code here so that they are
# NOTE(tenbrae): Register defaults for policy-in-code here so that they are
# loaded exactly once - when this module-global is initialized.
# Defining these in the relevant API modules won't work
# because API classes lack singletons and don't use globals.
@@ -622,7 +622,7 @@ def get_oslo_policy_enforcer():
return get_enforcer()


# NOTE(deva): We can't call these methods from within decorators because the
# NOTE(tenbrae): We can't call these methods from within decorators because the
# 'target' and 'creds' parameter must be fetched from the call time
# context-local pecan.request magic variable, but decorators are compiled
# at module-load time.


+ 3
- 3
ironic/common/states.py View File

@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ LOG = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Provisioning states
#####################

# TODO(deva): add add'l state mappings here
# TODO(tenbrae): add add'l state mappings here
VERBS = {
'active': 'deploy',
'deleted': 'delete',
@@ -315,7 +315,7 @@ for state in STABLE_STATES:
machine.add_state(VERIFYING, target=MANAGEABLE, **watchers)

# Add deploy* states
# NOTE(deva): Juno shows a target_provision_state of DEPLOYDONE
# NOTE(tenbrae): Juno shows a target_provision_state of DEPLOYDONE
# this is changed in Kilo to ACTIVE
machine.add_state(DEPLOYING, target=ACTIVE, **watchers)
machine.add_state(DEPLOYWAIT, target=ACTIVE, **watchers)
@@ -354,7 +354,7 @@ machine.add_transition(DEPLOYING, DEPLOYFAIL, 'fail')
# A failed deployment may be retried
# ironic/conductor/manager.py:do_node_deploy()
machine.add_transition(DEPLOYFAIL, DEPLOYING, 'rebuild')
# NOTE(deva): Juno allows a client to send "active" to initiate a rebuild
# NOTE(tenbrae): Juno allows a client to send "active" to initiate a rebuild
machine.add_transition(DEPLOYFAIL, DEPLOYING, 'deploy')

# A deployment may also wait on external callbacks


+ 2
- 1
ironic/conductor/base_manager.py View File

@@ -118,7 +118,8 @@ class BaseConductorManager(object):

_check_enabled_interfaces()

# NOTE(deva): these calls may raise DriverLoadError or DriverNotFound
# NOTE(tenbrae): these calls may raise DriverLoadError or
# DriverNotFound
# NOTE(vdrok): Instantiate network and storage interface factory on
# startup so that all the interfaces are loaded at the very
# beginning, and failures prevent the conductor from starting.


+ 2
- 2
ironic/conductor/deployments.py View File

@@ -281,8 +281,8 @@ def do_next_deploy_step(task, step_index, conductor_id):
# Check if the step is done or not. The step should return
# states.DEPLOYWAIT if the step is still being executed, or
# None if the step is done.
# NOTE(deva): Some drivers may return states.DEPLOYWAIT
# eg. if they are waiting for a callback
# NOTE(tenbrae): Some drivers may return states.DEPLOYWAIT
# eg. if they are waiting for a callback
if result == states.DEPLOYWAIT:
# Kill this worker, the async step will make an RPC call to
# continue_node_deploy() to continue deploying


+ 5
- 5
ironic/conductor/manager.py View File

@@ -1004,13 +1004,13 @@ class ConductorManager(base_manager.BaseConductorManager):
node.last_error = _("Failed to tear down. Error: %s") % e
task.process_event('error')
else:
# NOTE(deva): When tear_down finishes, the deletion is done,
# NOTE(tenbrae): When tear_down finishes, the deletion is done,
# cleaning will start next
LOG.info('Successfully unprovisioned node %(node)s with '
'instance %(instance)s.',
{'node': node.uuid, 'instance': node.instance_uuid})
finally:
# NOTE(deva): there is no need to unset conductor_affinity
# NOTE(tenbrae): there is no need to unset conductor_affinity
# because it is a reference to the most recent conductor which
# deployed a node, and does not limit any future actions.
# But we do need to clear the instance-related fields.
@@ -1463,7 +1463,7 @@ class ConductorManager(base_manager.BaseConductorManager):
with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid,
purpose='power state sync',
shared=True) as task:
# NOTE(deva): we should not acquire a lock on a node in
# NOTE(tenbrae): we should not acquire a lock on a node in
# DEPLOYWAIT/CLEANWAIT, as this could cause
# an error within a deploy ramdisk POSTing back
# at the same time.
@@ -1883,7 +1883,7 @@ class ConductorManager(base_manager.BaseConductorManager):
try:
with task_manager.acquire(context, node_uuid,
purpose='node take over') as task:
# NOTE(deva): now that we have the lock, check again to
# NOTE(tenbrae): now that we have the lock, check again to
# avoid racing with deletes and other state changes
node = task.node
if (node.maintenance
@@ -2235,7 +2235,7 @@ class ConductorManager(base_manager.BaseConductorManager):
try:
if enabled:
task.driver.console.start_console(task)
# TODO(deva): We should be updating conductor_affinity here
# TODO(tenbrae): We should be updating conductor_affinity here
# but there is no support for console sessions in
# take_over() right now.
else:


+ 1
- 1
ironic/conductor/rpcapi.py View File

@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ class ConductorAPI(object):
serializer=serializer)

use_groups = self.client.can_send_version('1.47')
# NOTE(deva): this is going to be buggy
# NOTE(tenbrae): this is going to be buggy
self.ring_manager = hash_ring.HashRingManager(use_groups=use_groups)

def get_conductor_for(self, node):


+ 2
- 2
ironic/conductor/utils.py View File

@@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ def provisioning_error_handler(e, node, provision_state,

"""
if isinstance(e, exception.NoFreeConductorWorker):
# NOTE(deva): there is no need to clear conductor_affinity
# NOTE(tenbrae): there is no need to clear conductor_affinity
# because it isn't updated on a failed deploy
node.provision_state = provision_state
node.target_provision_state = target_provision_state
@@ -499,7 +499,7 @@ def deploying_error_handler(task, logmsg, errmsg=None, traceback=False,
node.last_error = cleanup_err
node.save()

# NOTE(deva): there is no need to clear conductor_affinity
# NOTE(tenbrae): there is no need to clear conductor_affinity
task.process_event('fail')




+ 4
- 4
ironic/db/sqlalchemy/alembic/versions/5674c57409b9_replace_nostate_with_available.py View File

@@ -31,10 +31,10 @@ node = table('nodes',
column('provision_state', String(15)))


# NOTE(deva): We must represent the states as static strings in this migration
# file, rather than import ironic.common.states, because that file may change
# in the future. This migration script must still be able to be run with
# future versions of the code and still produce the same results.
# NOTE(tenbrae): We must represent the states as static strings in this
# migration file, rather than import ironic.common.states, because that file
# may change in the future. This migration script must still be able to be
# run with future versions of the code and still produce the same results.
AVAILABLE = 'available'




+ 3
- 3
ironic/db/sqlalchemy/models.py View File

@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ class Node(Base):
table_args())
id = Column(Integer, primary_key=True)
uuid = Column(String(36))
# NOTE(deva): we store instance_uuid directly on the node so that we can
# NOTE(tenbrae): we store instance_uuid directly on the node so that we can
# filter on it more efficiently, even though it is
# user-settable, and would otherwise be in node.properties.
instance_uuid = Column(String(36), nullable=True)
@@ -152,12 +152,12 @@ class Node(Base):
raid_config = Column(db_types.JsonEncodedDict)
target_raid_config = Column(db_types.JsonEncodedDict)

# NOTE(deva): this is the host name of the conductor which has
# NOTE(tenbrae): this is the host name of the conductor which has
# acquired a TaskManager lock on the node.
# We should use an INT FK (conductors.id) in the future.
reservation = Column(String(255), nullable=True)

# NOTE(deva): this is the id of the last conductor which prepared local
# NOTE(tenbrae): this is the id of the last conductor which prepared local
# state for the node (eg, a PXE config file).
# When affinity and the hash ring's mapping do not match,
# this indicates that a conductor should rebuild local state.


+ 1
- 1
ironic/drivers/modules/deploy_utils.py View File

@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ def set_failed_state(task, msg, collect_logs=True):
'should be removed from Ironic or put in maintenance '
'mode until the problem is resolved.' % node.uuid)
LOG.exception(msg2)
# NOTE(deva): node_power_action() erases node.last_error
# NOTE(tenbrae): node_power_action() erases node.last_error
# so we need to set it here.
node.last_error = msg
node.save()


+ 2
- 2
ironic/drivers/modules/ipmitool.py View File

@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ def _exec_ipmitool(driver_info, command, check_exit_code=None,

while True:
num_tries = num_tries - 1
# NOTE(deva): ensure that no communications are sent to a BMC more
# NOTE(tenbrae): ensure that no communications are sent to a BMC more
# often than once every min_command_interval seconds.
time_till_next_poll = CONF.ipmi.min_command_interval - (
time.time() - LAST_CMD_TIME.get(driver_info['address'], 0))
@@ -870,7 +870,7 @@ class IPMIPower(base.PowerInterface):

"""
_parse_driver_info(task.node)
# NOTE(deva): don't actually touch the BMC in validate because it is
# NOTE(tenbrae): don't actually touch the BMC in validate because it is
# called too often, and BMCs are too fragile.
# This is a temporary measure to mitigate problems while
# 1314954 and 1314961 are resolved.


+ 1
- 1
ironic/tests/unit/__init__.py View File

@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
:platform: Unix
"""

# TODO(deva): move eventlet imports to ironic.__init__ once we move to PBR
# TODO(tenbrae): move eventlet imports to ironic.__init__ once we move to PBR

import eventlet
from oslo_config import cfg


+ 2
- 2
ironic/tests/unit/api/controllers/v1/test_node.py View File

@@ -5062,10 +5062,10 @@ class TestPut(test_api_base.BaseApiTest):
self.assertEqual(urlparse.urlparse(ret.location).path,
expected_location)

# NOTE(deva): this test asserts API functionality which is not part of
# NOTE(tenbrae): this test asserts API functionality which is not part of
# the new-ironic-state-machine in Kilo. It is retained for backwards
# compatibility with Juno.
# TODO(deva): add a deprecation-warning to the REST result
# TODO(tenbrae): add a deprecation-warning to the REST result
# and check for it here.
def test_provision_with_deploy_after_deployfail(self):
node = self.node


+ 3
- 3
ironic/tests/unit/conductor/test_deployments.py View File

@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ class DoNodeDeployTestCase(mgr_utils.ServiceSetUpMixin, db_base.DbTestCase):
self.service.conductor.id)
node.refresh()
self.assertEqual(states.DEPLOYFAIL, node.provision_state)
# NOTE(deva): failing a deploy does not clear the target state
# NOTE(tenbrae): failing a deploy does not clear the target state
# any longer. Instead, it is cleared when the instance
# is deleted.
self.assertEqual(states.ACTIVE, node.target_provision_state)
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ class DoNodeDeployTestCase(mgr_utils.ServiceSetUpMixin, db_base.DbTestCase):
self.service.conductor.id)
node.refresh()
self.assertEqual(states.DEPLOYFAIL, node.provision_state)
# NOTE(deva): failing a deploy does not clear the target state
# NOTE(tenbrae): failing a deploy does not clear the target state
# any longer. Instead, it is cleared when the instance
# is deleted.
self.assertEqual(states.ACTIVE, node.target_provision_state)
@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ class DoNodeDeployTestCase(mgr_utils.ServiceSetUpMixin, db_base.DbTestCase):
deployments.do_node_deploy(task, self.service.conductor.id)
node.refresh()
self.assertEqual(states.DEPLOYFAIL, node.provision_state)
# NOTE(deva): failing a deploy does not clear the target state
# NOTE(tenbrae): failing a deploy does not clear the target state
# any longer. Instead, it is cleared when the instance
# is deleted.
self.assertEqual(states.ACTIVE, node.target_provision_state)


+ 6
- 6
ironic/tests/unit/conductor/test_manager.py View File

@@ -2097,12 +2097,12 @@ class DoNodeTearDownTestCase(mgr_utils.ServiceSetUpMixin, db_base.DbTestCase):
for state in valid_rescue_states:
self._test_do_node_tear_down_from_state(state, True)

# NOTE(deva): partial tear-down was broken. A node left in a state of
# DELETING could not have tear_down called on it a second time
# Thus, I have removed the unit test, which faultily asserted
# only that a node could be left in a state of incomplete
# deletion -- not that such a node's deletion could later be
# completed.
# NOTE(tenbrae): partial tear-down was broken. A node left in a state of
# DELETING could not have tear_down called on it a second
# time Thus, I have removed the unit test, which faultily
# asserted only that a node could be left in a state of
# incomplete deletion -- not that such a node's deletion
# could later be completed.

@mock.patch('ironic.conductor.manager.ConductorManager._spawn_worker',
autospec=True)


+ 4
- 3
ironic/tests/unit/db/utils.py View File

@@ -163,9 +163,10 @@ def get_test_node(**kw):
"local_gb": "10",
"memory_mb": "4096",
}
# NOTE(deva): API unit tests confirm that sensitive fields in instance_info
# and driver_info will get scrubbed from the API response
# but other fields (eg, 'foo') do not.
# NOTE(tenbrae): API unit tests confirm that sensitive fields in
# instance_info and driver_info will get scrubbed
# from the API response but other fields
# (eg, 'foo') do not.
fake_instance_info = {
"configdrive": "TG9yZW0gaXBzdW0gZG9sb3Igc2l0IGFtZXQ=",
"image_url": "http://example.com/test_image_url",


+ 4
- 4
ironic/tests/unit/drivers/__init__.py View File

@@ -13,9 +13,9 @@
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.

# NOTE(deva): since __init__ is loaded before the files in the same directory,
# and some third-party driver tests may need to have their
# external libraries mocked, we load the file which does that
# mocking here -- in the __init__.
# NOTE(tenbrae): since __init__ is loaded before the files in the same
# directory, and some third-party driver tests may need to have
# their external libraries mocked, we load the file which does
# that mocking here -- in the __init__.

from ironic.tests.unit.drivers import third_party_driver_mocks # noqa

+ 1
- 1
ironic/tests/unit/policy_fixture.py View File

@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ from ironic.common import policy as ironic_policy

CONF = cfg.CONF

# NOTE(deva): We ship a default that always masks passwords, but for testing
# NOTE(tenbrae): We ship a default that always masks passwords, but for testing
# we need to override that default to ensure passwords can be
# made visible by operators that choose to do so.
policy_data = """


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