To add to the screams of others removing features from nova-network to achieve parity with neutron is a non starter, and it rather scares me to hear it suggested.
I do try not to rant in public, especially about things I'm not competent to really help fix, but I can't really contain this one any longer: <rant> As an operator I've moved my cloud neutron already, but while it provides many advanced features it still really falls down on providing simple solutions for simple use cases. Most operators I've talked to informally hate it for that and don't want to go near it and for new users, even those with advanced skill sets, neutron causes by far the most cursing and rage quits I've seen (again just my subjective observation) on IRC, Twitter, and the mailing lists. Providing feature parity and easy cut over *should have been* priority 1 when quantum split out of nova as it was for cinder (which was a delightful and completely unnoticable transition) We need feature parity and complexity parity with nova-network for the use cases it covers. The failure to do so or even have a reasonable plan to do so is currently the worst thing about openstack. </rant> I do appreciate the work being done on advanced networking features in neutron, I'm even using some of them, just someone please bring focus back on the basics. -Jon _______________________________________________ OpenStack-dev mailing list OpenStackfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openstack.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openstack-dev