I3ad7864eeb2f959549ed356a1e34fa18804395cc didn't include any regression unit tests to validate that the method won't ever log too often again, reintroducing performance drop in later patches. It didn't play well with stable backports of the fix, where context was lost when doing the backport, that left the bug unfixed in stable/juno even though the patch was merged there . The patch adds an explicit note in the code that suggests not to add new log messages inside the loop to avoid regression, and a unit test was added to capture it. Once the test is merged in master, it will be proposed for stable/juno inclusion, with additional changes that would fix the regression again. Conflicts: neutron/agent/linux/dhcp.py neutron/tests/unit/test_linux_dhcp.py Local changes: - remove LOG.debug messages that sneaked into the for loop with a backport. Related-Bug: #1414218 Change-Id: I5d43021932d6a994638c348eda277dd8337cf041 (cherry picked from commit
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