Volume discovery and local storage management lib
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OpenStack Cinder brick library for managing local volume attaches


  • Discovery of volumes being attached to a host for many transport protocols.
  • Removal of volumes from a host.


Hacking on brick requires Python 3.8+. A recent tox is required, as is a recent virtualenv (20.2.2 or newer).

For any other information, refer to the developer documents:


OR refer to the parent project, Cinder:


Release notes for the project can be found at: