Dustin Schoenbrun 于2018年10月4日周四 上午3:12写道：
> Dustin Schoenbrun
> Senior OpenStack Quality Engineer
> Red Hat, Inc.
> On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 12:52 PM Goutham Pacha Ravi
>> Goutham Pacha Ravi
>> On Tue, Oct 2, 2018 at 10:59
Thank you ben and Manila team, and also thank my mentor Goutham always
encourages me and helped me a lot. It's my honor to contribute to the
manila and to be a member of the manila core reviewer team. Looking forward
to work with all of you!
2017-11-23 5:43 GMT+08:00 Ben Swartzlander
Thanks Jeremy Stanley, Anne Gentle and Eric Fried for your perfect reply
on this question. thanks
2017-09-05 20:59 GMT+08:00 Eric Fried :
>  https://review.openstack.org/#/c/495326/1/www/.htaccess@52
> On 09/05/2017 07:30 AM, Eric Fried wrote:
> > Agree with
Since we merged many patches  about api-ref doc in manila 3 weeks
ago. But it cannot display in the Manila developer doc . Does anyone
have any idea about this? Do we need to do anything else or just waiting
for automatic update? Thanks in advance.
t you asked for, the attached volume will be a
> slightly different size.
> In your case, extend might be one way to solve the problem, if you
> backend supports it. I'm not certain what will happen if you ask
> cinder to extend to 1G a volume it already thinks is 1G... if it
> doesn't work, plea
We know the share's size unit is in gigabiyte in manila, and volume's size
unit is also in gigabiyte in cinder, But there is a question that the size
is not exactly after we migrate tradition enviroment to OpenStack.
1.There is original volume(vol_1) with 500MB size in
As agreed by the manila community in IRC meeting,
we try to enable IPv6 in Ocata. Please check the brief spec and code).
The areas affected most are API (access rules) and in the drivers (access
& export locations). This change intends to add the IPv6 format validation