Hi Andrew,

I have some comments regarding to you action items

>> 2) Removing simple mode from the ui and tests
>> 3) Removing simple mode support from nailgun (maybe we leave it) and cli

We shouldn't do it, because nailgun should handle both versions of cluster.
What we have to do here is to use openstack.yaml to keep all possible modes.
For new release there will be only ha, to manage previous releases we have
to create data migrations in nailgun to create the filed with modes i.e.
multinode
and ha.

Also fixes for ui are required too, I think it mostly related to wizard,
'mode' tab
where use can chose ha or non ha cluster in case of new release there should
be only ha, and in case of old releases there should be ha and multinode.

Thanks,



On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 8:19 PM, Andrew Woodward <xar...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Started a new thread so that we don't hijack the older thread.
>  as
>
>
>> Andrew, will you work on it in 6.0? What are remaining items there? Also,
>> it might affect our tests - simple mode runs faster so we use it for smoke
>> ISO test. Anastasia, please confirm that we can switch smoke to
>> one-ha-controller model, or even drop smoke at all and use BVT only
>> (running CentOS 3 HA controllers and same with Ubuntu).
>>
>
> The primary reason that we haven't disabled single yet is was due to [0]
> where we where having problems adding additional controllers. With the
> changes to galera and rabbit clustering it appears that we ended up fixing
> it already.
>
> The remaining issues are:
> 1) Ensuring we have good test coverage for the cases we expect to support
> [1]
> 2) Removing simple mode from the ui and tests
> 3) Removing simple mode support from nailgun (maybe we leave it) and cli
> 4) Updating documentation
>
> [0] https://bugs.launchpad.net/fuel/+bug/1350266
> [1] https://bugs.launchpad.net/fuel/+bug/1350266/comments/7
>
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