[Bug 1050540] Re: neutron-server requires plugin config at the command line

James Page james.page at ubuntu.com
Sat Feb 25 06:15:07 UTC 2017


quantum is no longer found in any supported Ubuntu release

** Changed in: quantum (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Won't Fix

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Title:
  neutron-server requires plugin config at the command line

Status in neutron:
  Invalid
Status in quantum package in Ubuntu:
  Won't Fix

Bug description:
  Currently, quantum-server apparently requires plugin config paths to
  passed to the quantum-server binary at launch, along with the path to
  the standard quantum.conf.   This creates an issue for packagers who
  wish to keep quantum-server decoupled from specific plugins.  System
  init scripts need to either:

  - use a specific plugin as a default, and set a dependency between quantum-server and that plugin.
  - use mechanisms outside of quantum's configuration for specifying which plugin config file is to be used. (symlinks, variables from /etc/default/quantum)

  It would be useful if the path to the plugin config(s) to be loaded
  were contained in quantum-server.conf, similar to api_paste_config.

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