On 09/10/2014 11:52 AM, stuart.mclaren at hp.com wrote:

The 0.14.0 client breaks all v2 requests when pointed at a glance server
which is running code which is more than a few days old (ie pretty much
any production server).

There's a band-aid patch here: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/120143/
and a longer term patch here: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/120300/

What would folks propose we do to avoid having a broken client for
an extended period of time (days)?

Would merging 120143 and releasing it as 0.14.1 be a reasonable short term
solution which would allow less pressured reviewing of 120300?

Why do you think landing 120300 will take long? If both patches are
already on gerrit, I'd rather review the real fix.

Is there a reason you think landing 120143 first is better?

120300 is a biggish change (several hundred lines) and I was concerned
it might take a while to go through the review cycle.  However, the
consensus seems to be to go directly with 120300 -- that it shouldn't
take too long to get through. (And its on-demand schema behaviour is
a nice bonus too!)


Flavio Percoco

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