21:00:07 <mlavalle> #startmeeting networking
21:00:08 <openstack> Meeting started Mon Jan  7 21:00:07 2019 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is mlavalle. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
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21:01:11 <mlavalle> Hi there!
21:01:30 <haleyb> o/
21:01:35 <boden> howdy
21:02:01 <slaweq> o/
21:02:09 <mlavalle> I hope everybody had a great Holiday season
21:02:18 <mlavalle> welcome to 2019 with Neutron
21:03:32 <mlavalle> As usual, we will follow our wiki page as the meeting's agenda: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Network/Meetings
21:03:44 <mlavalle> #topic Announcements
21:04:11 <mlavalle> This week, we have reached the Stein-2 milestone
21:04:41 <mlavalle> Please remember that we don't release code automatically anymore with each milestone
21:04:55 <munimeha1> hi
21:05:06 <mlavalle> in fact we relased a Neutron Stein beta recently
21:05:38 <mlavalle> any other announcements for today?
21:06:20 <mlavalle> ok, let's move on
21:06:26 <mlavalle> #topic Blueprints
21:07:00 <mlavalle> This is the list of blueprints we are tracking for Stein-2
21:07:19 <mlavalle> #link https://launchpad.net/neutron/+milestone/stein-2
21:08:10 <mlavalle> Please note that right before the holidays, around the 21st, we merged this spec: https://specs.openstack.org/openstack/neutron-specs/specs/stein/port-mirroring-sriov-vfs.html
21:08:11 <manjeets> hi
21:08:52 <mlavalle> and manjeets, munimeha1 and other have been making great progress with the implementation:
21:09:00 <mlavalle> #link https://review.openstack.org/#/c/603501
21:09:38 <mlavalle> I know yamamoto and others have +2 powers in the TaaS receipe, so I request that they take a look at the code
21:09:58 <mlavalle> I'll probably ping them tonight to make sure they are aware
21:10:11 <mlavalle> munimeha1, manjeets: do you want to add something?
21:10:41 <manjeets> mlavalle, I think you've covered it all thanks !
21:10:51 <manjeets> nothing fromme
21:12:47 <mlavalle> I don't see rubasov around, but I can report that he and lajoskatona have been making great progress with https://blueprints.launchpad.net/neutron/+spec/strict-minimum-bandwidth-support
21:13:14 <mlavalle> These are the patches in the series: https://review.openstack.org/#/q/topic:minimum-bandwidth-allocation-placement-api
21:13:40 <mlavalle> although we missed the staein-2 milestone, I think we are in good position to conclude it in this cycle
21:13:52 <mlavalle> slaweq: any comments on this blueprints?
21:14:11 <slaweq> no, TBH I didn't review those patches in last few days
21:14:18 <slaweq> but I will get back to it :)
21:14:23 <mlavalle> thanks!
21:14:38 <slaweq> but basically most of the work is done IIRC
21:14:45 <mlavalle> yeap
21:15:00 <slaweq> there are some patches with tests and some small "nits" to finish
21:15:02 <munimeha1> thanks mlavalle
21:16:23 <mlavalle> I don't see tidwellr today around, but in regards to https://blueprints.launchpad.net/neutron/+spec/subnet-onboard
21:16:51 <mlavalle> I think we removed some misunderstandings in regards to the API right before the break
21:17:04 <mlavalle> so that implementation should move smoothly now
21:17:54 <mlavalle> njohnston has been making good progress with https://blueprints.launchpad.net/neutron/+spec/speed-up-neutron-bulk-creation
21:18:34 <mlavalle> he found some issues with port binding in this patch https://review.openstack.org/#/c/624815/
21:18:57 <mlavalle> I offered to help find the issue but I encourage others to pitch in if you have bandwidth
21:19:35 <mlavalle> anything else that should be commented on blueprints today?
21:20:45 <mlavalle> #topic Community Goals
21:21:16 <mlavalle> Before leaving for the break, we were making good, steady progress with our community goals
21:21:45 <mlavalle> amotoki: you around today to talk about policy in code?
21:22:41 <mlavalle> ok
21:23:00 <mlavalle> njohnston doesn't seem to be around to tlak about Python 3
21:23:07 <mlavalle> so let's move on
21:23:12 <slaweq> about python 3
21:23:20 <mlavalle> go ahead slaweq
21:23:21 <slaweq> I can give quick update
21:23:41 <slaweq> we are now moving some tempest jobs to be running on python3
21:23:52 <slaweq> neutron-tempest-iptables_hybrid is already done
21:24:01 <slaweq> and it looks fine in general
21:24:23 <slaweq> there is also patch to switch neutron-tempest-linuxbridge and neutron-tempest-dvr job to py3
21:24:44 <mlavalle> are they good to go in your opinion?
21:24:46 <slaweq> with those patches I think that most of our jobs will be running on py3
21:24:56 <slaweq> mlavalle: yes, they should be
21:25:12 <mlavalle> ok, will look for them later
21:25:19 <slaweq> only problem which we still have is with functional job and this subunit parser issue
21:25:31 <slaweq> but I'm doing some slow progress on it
21:25:51 <mlavalle> that is a good segway to the bugs section
21:25:55 <mlavalle> #topic Bugs
21:26:06 <mlavalle> Our bugs deputy last week was slaweq
21:26:15 <slaweq> my report is in http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-discuss/2019-January/001453.html
21:26:28 <mlavalle> you beat me to it :-)
21:26:33 <slaweq> I want to raise here one issue
21:26:59 <slaweq> https://bugs.launchpad.net/neutron/+bug/1810518 - it's problem with new oslo.privsep and our functional tests
21:26:59 <openstack> Launchpad bug 1810518 in oslo.privsep "neutron-functional tests failing with oslo.privsep 1.31" [Critical,Confirmed] - Assigned to Ben Nemec (bnemec)
21:27:38 <slaweq> if someone have experience with using C callbacks in python, please take a look at it maybe :)
21:28:06 <mlavalle> have you asked rubasov?
21:28:15 <slaweq> no, I didn't
21:28:25 <slaweq> I know that bnemec is looking at it from oslo.privsep side
21:28:34 <slaweq> and that haleyb took a look today also
21:28:42 <slaweq> but I'm not sure if they found anything
21:29:08 <bnemec> We found the same thing, but it didn't fix it for either of us. :-/
21:29:08 <mlavalle> a few months ago we added some code (I think is was haleyb) with calls to C and rubasov made comments in that patch that led me to believe he has some experience
21:29:27 <slaweq> I proposed patch to requirements https://review.openstack.org/#/c/628916/ to not use this version of privsep for now, but we need proper fix for it asap
21:29:47 <slaweq> mlavalle: thx, I will ask him tomorrow morning then
21:29:52 <haleyb> i did not find a fix, just went in circles
21:30:00 <mlavalle> so I would ping him tomorrow. he is just around the coner for you, in Budapest ;-)
21:30:24 <slaweq> mlavalle: yes, I know, thx :)
21:31:33 <mlavalle> other things you want to highlight slaweq?
21:31:50 <slaweq> no, for other bugs I think it is quite fine
21:32:06 <slaweq> there are patches in progress for most of them already
21:32:19 <mlavalle> cool
21:32:23 <mlavalle> good job
21:32:31 <slaweq> thx :)
21:33:04 <mlavalle> I also went over the reports from hongbin and pawel. hongbin has a really quite week, with mostly rfe's some of which I have already added comments to
21:33:29 <mlavalle> pawel reported this one: https://bugs.launchpad.net/neutron/+bug/1809447
21:33:29 <openstack> Launchpad bug 1809447 in neutron "performance regression from mitaka to ocata" [Undecided,New]
21:33:52 <mlavalle> this is worth keeping an eye on from the perspective of the neutron performance team
21:34:15 <mlavalle> I am thinking of adding a performance tag, so we can keep this stuff together
21:34:33 <slaweq> oh, this week there was similar bug related to security groups: https://bugs.launchpad.net/neutron/+bug/1810563
21:34:33 <openstack> Launchpad bug 1810563 in neutron "adding rules to security groups is slow" [Medium,In progress] - Assigned to Doug Wiegley (dougwig)
21:35:10 <mlavalle> ahh, good to see dougwig around
21:35:26 <mlavalle> ok, I'll work on that tag
21:36:12 <mlavalle> This week our deputy is boden
21:36:59 <mlavalle> and next week is njohnston
21:37:16 <mlavalle> anything else on bugs?
21:37:46 <mlavalle> ok, moving on
21:37:52 <mlavalle> #topic neutron-lib
21:37:57 <mlavalle> boden: you are up
21:38:21 <boden> hi
21:38:39 <boden> I was thinking we could try to do another lib release in the next week or 2
21:38:50 <boden> I have 2 patches I was waiting for in particular
21:38:56 <boden> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/628004/
21:39:02 <boden> https://review.openstack.org/#/c/625332/
21:39:30 <boden> we can checkpoint next week and see if we are ready for a release, and in meantime if folks get time ^^
21:39:52 <mlavalle> so, to be clear, you want those two patches in before the release, right?
21:40:19 <boden> mlavalle yeah I was hoping
21:40:29 <mlavalle> ok, I'll take a look at them
21:40:47 <mlavalle> they are in my pile now
21:41:28 <boden> there are a number of neutron patches out there for review too... they can be found on the queries in the neutron-lib section of the meeting wiki
21:41:43 <mlavalle> ok
21:42:07 <boden> I would like to ask for some eyes on https://review.openstack.org/#/c/628033/ as it touches a lot of files and may become difficult to maintain if in the review queue too long
21:42:16 <slaweq> boden: ok, I will check them this week
21:42:32 <boden> mlavalle slaweq thank you
21:42:45 <mlavalle> added this last one to my pile as well
21:42:52 <boden> that's really all I have unless there are questions/comments
21:43:33 <mlavalle> ok, let's move on
21:43:50 <mlavalle> #topic os-ken
21:44:11 <mlavalle> mhhh, hongbin doesn't seem to be around
21:44:23 <mlavalle> let me check my email to see if he sent and update
21:45:10 <mlavalle> nope, no update from hongbin this week
21:45:23 <mlavalle> so let's move on
21:45:30 <mlavalle> #topic On demand agenda
21:45:37 <slaweq> IIRC switch to os-ken was done already for neutron and dynamic-routing repos at least
21:45:44 <slaweq> and it works fine as for now
21:45:49 <mlavalle> yeap
21:46:11 <mlavalle> any other topics to discuss today?
21:46:52 <mlavalle> ok, thanks for attending the meeting
21:47:08 <mlavalle> I wish everybody a very happy and succesful 2019!
21:47:11 <mlavalle> #endmeeting