The Ocata release of sahara appears to require manual initialization of
a plugin manager. It is also necessary to exclude a module that requires
an external dependency.
This patch updates the location of security group rules
in the Admin Guide. Security Group Rules are located in
projects, not within secrutiy groups.
This patch adjusts the project-deployment-guide/ocata/index.html
file to reference and publish the kolla deployment guide from
the ocata branch of the kolla-ansible repository.
The parsing goes like this in Nova:
1. --availability-zone ZONE (no host or node)
2. --availabllity-zone ZONE:HOST (no node)
3. --availability-zone ZONE::NODE (no host)
4. --availability-zone ZONE:HOST:NODE
So we need to fix the docs to match case #2.
This significant rework occurs due to recent changes in the
There are some manual fixes to the following options, where invalid rST
was included. These have been fixed on nova master but still need to be
backported to stable/ocata. This will be done separately.
- block_device_allocate_retries_interval (DEFAULT)
- torrent_images (xenserver)
nova already makes extensive use of OptGroups. There's no reason to keep
flagmapping files around.
This change doesn't actually included the updated flagmapping files.
These will be done in a separate change.