Hi, I did some homework to follow up the inline comment about on delete cascade subclauses of the foreign key clause, when ' ON DELETE CASCADE ' is given, delete a recode from parent table will DELETE all the corresponding rows from the CHILD table automatically *without any warning*. 'ON DELETE RESTRICT' looks different, it will fail complaining about the existing child rows, this is the default foreign key relationship behavior, this seems give end user a chance to double check the data.
I did a quick test against the table 'endpoint_group', the output error message like below, mysql> delete from endpoint_group; ERROR 1451 (23000): Cannot delete or update a parent row: a foreign key constraint fails (`keystone`.`project_endpoint_group`, CONSTRAINT `project_endpoint_group_ibfk_1` FOREIGN KEY (`endpoint_group_id`) REFERENCES `endpoint_group` (`id`)) I am a little confused about two different subclauses as both of them can be found in the table definition of SQL backends, it hard to say which one is better, is it worthwhile to move all of them to "ON DELETE CASCADE" or "ON DELETE RESTRICT"?  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/151931/5/keystone/contrib/endpoint_filter/migrate_repo/versions/002_add_endpoint_groups.py Best Regards, Dave Chen
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