This reverts commit 5a10047f9d.
This gets us back to Ib0cf5d55750f13d0499a570f14024dca551ed4d4
which was meant to address an issue introduced
So we essentially had three changes:
1. Hard reboot would blow away volumes and vifs and then wait for the
vifs to be plugged; this caused a problem for some vif types (
linuxbridge was reported) because the event never came and we
2. To workaround that, a second change was made to simply not wait for
vif plugging events.
3. Since #2 was a bit heavy-handed for a problem that didn't impact
openvswitch, another change was made to only wait for non-bridge vif
types, so we'd wait for OVS.
But it turns out that opendaylight is an OVS vif type and doesn't send
events for plugging the vif, only for binding the port (and we don't
re-bind the port during reboot). There is also a report of this being a
problem for other types of ports, see
So rather than try to special-case every possible vif type that could
be impacted by this, we are simply reverting the change so we no longer
wait for vif plugged events during hard reboot.
Note that if we went back to Id188d48609f3d22d14e16c7f6114291d547a8986
and tweaked that to not unplug/plug the vifs we wouldn't have this
problem either, and that change was really meant to deal with an
encrypted volume issue on reboot. But changing that logic is out of the
scope of this change. Alternatively, we could re-bind the port during
reboot but that could have other implications, or neutron could put
something into the port details telling us which vifs will send events
and which won't, but again that's all outside of the scope of this