Duncan Thomas wrote:
> On 12 September 2014 09:54, Thierry Carrez <thie...@openstack.org> wrote:
>> At this point, unless it's critical to the success of the release (like,
>> it completes a feature that is 99% there, or it increases consistency by
>> plugging a feature gap, or it fixes a potential security vulnerability),
>> I would rather avoid adding exceptions. Could you explain why adding
>> reset-state function for backups absolutely needs to be in Juno ? Feels
>> like a nice-to-have to me, and I fear we are past that point now.
> 1. It is 99% done, we've been reviewing the patch and fixing niggles
> for a while now
> 2. We have equivalent features for volumes and snapshots (the other
> two entities in cinder with state) and they are heavily used in
> production
> 3. The alternative is getting admins to go editing the DB directly
> (which is what we do now) and the logic for doing so is extremely hard
> to get right
> I'm a strong supporter of this feature, and I just gave the patch its first +2

OK, it feels like a good consistency/usability thing to get in-release
rather than past-release. If it can get all the +2s required today (and
John's approval), I won't object to it.

Thierry Carrez (ttx)

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