Ceilometer in Ocata made several changes to
move away from oslo config's global conf.
Instead ceilometer/service.py now creates a
oslo config object that gets passed to the
To keep up with the changes had to make
the following changes in monasca-ceilometer
1.) Monasca Publisher now extends
ConfigPublisherBase, with conf as argument
2.) monasca_client now takes conf as an
argument during intialization.
3.) Added monasca_ceilometer_opts to
intialize all ConfigOpts. This will have
to be regiested in ceilometer/opts.py.
(will need a additional line in opts.py)
4.) Introduced three new properties
service_username, service_password and
service_auth_url since username, password
and auth_url were removed from
5.) Added api/health.py, service.py
and opts.py from ceilometer code base
which were modified to read
monasca ceilometer options via
6.) Added ostestr to test requirements
and updated tox.ini to run tests in
serial (to avoid problems with
singleton mapping classes, stepping
on each other test values when
run in parallel)
List of Ceilometer changes to remove
This change also modifies test-requirements.txt
to bring this master branch up to the stable/pike
version of ceilometer, and python-monascaclient
up to 1.7.1 (pike).