16:01:35 <cgoncalves> #startmeeting Octavia
16:01:35 <openstack> Meeting started Wed Sep 25 16:01:35 2019 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is cgoncalves. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
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16:01:38 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'octavia'
16:01:54 <cgoncalves> hi
16:01:58 <gthiemonge> hi
16:02:47 <cgoncalves> low attendance today. we'll finish the call early I think
16:02:53 <cgoncalves> #topic Announcements
16:03:04 <haleyb> hi
16:03:33 <cgoncalves> Train RC1 and stable/train branches are this week. Please do not merge feature patches until master branch is open for Ussuri cycle
16:03:37 <ajay33> Hi
16:03:48 <cgoncalves> ah, great. people joining. welcome!
16:04:03 <cgoncalves> The TC has proposed a release schedule for Ussuri
16:04:08 <cgoncalves> #link https://review.opendev.org/#/c/679822/
16:04:18 <cgoncalves> Rendered page:
16:04:19 <cgoncalves> #link https://openstack.fortnebula.com:13808/v1/AUTH_e8fd161dc34c421a979a9e6421f823e9/zuul_opendev_logs_c4c/679822/3/check/openstack-tox-docs/c4cbc92/docs/ussuri/schedule.html
16:04:29 <cgoncalves> Please take a look and give any feedback if you see any issues
16:04:54 <cgoncalves> Ussuri supported runtimes are out
16:05:01 <cgoncalves> #link https://governance.openstack.org/tc/reference/runtimes/ussuri.html
16:05:28 <cgoncalves> CentOS 7 is out, CentOS 8 (released yesterday) in
16:05:37 <cgoncalves> Python 2 also out
16:06:21 <cgoncalves> This means Octavia should support all distros and Python runtimes there mentioned
16:06:43 <cgoncalves> projects can still run CI for Python 2 jobs
16:07:33 <cgoncalves> the results of the OpenStack User Survey are out!
16:07:39 <cgoncalves> #link http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-discuss/2019-September/009501.html
16:08:28 <cgoncalves> this time Octavia had questions added to the survey, and the results are quite interesting. I recommend everyone to have a look
16:08:48 <cgoncalves> e.g. the top #1 requested feature is active-active load balancing
16:10:20 <cgoncalves> also, in a Neutron question, load balancing continues to be on top #3 of features folks are actively using, interested in or looking forward to using
16:10:59 <cgoncalves> that is all I have for announcements today. anything someone would like to add?
16:11:54 <cgoncalves> okay, let's continue
16:12:01 <cgoncalves> #topic Brief progress reports / bugs needing review
16:13:16 <cgoncalves> my main focus since last week continue to be on backporting bug fixes to stable branches as well as having them merged
16:15:04 <gthiemonge> I've found a bug with graceful shutdown of octavia workers: #link https://review.opendev.org/#/c/684201/ I would appreciate reviews ;-)
16:15:42 <cgoncalves> with CentOS 8 released and it being in the supported distros for Ussuri, I started looking into how to have an amphora image built and tested. there is quite a bit of work to be done in diskimage-builder. I am working with Ian from DIB on that front
16:16:16 <gthiemonge> cgoncalves: +1
16:16:33 <cgoncalves> gthiemonge, awesome! great finding. thanks for sharing a fix
16:17:07 <cgoncalves> I am adding it now to the Train priority review list
16:18:37 <cgoncalves> btw, our gate (pep8 job fails) is currently broken due to a new release of pylint
16:18:53 <cgoncalves> gthiemonge has a patch up for review. thank you again!
16:18:56 <cgoncalves> #link https://review.opendev.org/#/c/684700/
16:19:20 <cgoncalves> so no need to recheck your jobs if you see pep8 job failing. rebase your patch on top of Greg's
16:21:10 <cgoncalves> anything else someone would like to share on this topic?
16:22:28 <cgoncalves> #topic Open Discussion
16:22:36 <cgoncalves> Other topics for today?
16:22:46 <colin-> think we are going to proceed with haproxy 2.0 on our amps for now, havne't been able to surface any blocking issues with it. am glad for that considering all the benefits it offers
16:22:50 <colin-> (if anyone was curious)
16:23:33 <cgoncalves> colin-, that's really encouraging!
16:24:11 <colin-> does anybody know if anyone had a spec or change open already for adding string searches to HTTP type healthmonitors as an alternative to expect codes?
16:24:19 <cgoncalves> colin-, have you built haproxy yourself or used a packaged version publicly available somewhere?
16:25:07 <colin-> the latter, based on these that i found on their site: https://haproxy.debian.net/
16:25:30 <cgoncalves> I don't remember seeing that. it might be somewhere in storyboard but it's not easy to look up for anything in there
16:25:43 <colin-> so what it describes there for xenial and 2.0 stable i added to my DIB work with some help from johnsom
16:26:48 <cgoncalves> HTTP/2 protocol, available in haproxy 2.0, was top #3 most wanted feature that came out from the user survey
16:27:54 <cgoncalves> colin-, thanks for the link! repos for Debian and Ubuntu
16:30:13 <cgoncalves> one could consider creating a haproxy DIB element to install it from source, giving us more flexibility to test latest and greatest haproxy versions not yet available in the distros
16:30:57 <cgoncalves> a low-hanging fruit to folks considering to join the project :)
16:31:39 <cgoncalves> if there are no other topics, we can close the meeting
16:32:18 <cgoncalves> thank you everyone! let's finish preparations for Train release and open master branch for Ussuri!
16:32:39 <cgoncalves> #endmeeting