Mirantis 6.1 - How to update Openstack environment

Asked by Fabio on 2015-08-18

Hi all,

I've updated the fuel master node from Fuel 6.0 to 6.1.

I'd update an already deployed (through Fuel) OpenStack environment to the latest release, trying this command as reported into user guide:

fuel env --update --env <env_id> --rel <release_number>

but obtained this printout:
400 Client Error: Bad Request (Cannot set pending release as it cannot update current release)

My openStack environment is based on Juno release (Version: 2014.2) on Ubuntu 12.04

Thanks in advance.

Regards!

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2015-08-26
Michal Rostecki (mrostecki) said : #1

Could you please show the release number you provided in this command?

Fabio (fabio-imperato) said : #2

Follow the release number used:

35 | Juno on Ubuntu 14.04.1 | available | Ubuntu | 2014.2.2-6.1

Fabrizio Soppelsa (fsoppelsa) said : #3

Fabio, what are you trying to accomplish? Update the OpenStack cluster nodes packages in order to update OpenStack?

Thanks,
Fabrizio

Fabio (fabio-imperato) said : #4

The User Guide (https://docs.mirantis.com/openstack/fuel/fuel-6.1/user-guide.html) reports this sentence:

To update the Mirantis OpenStack environment to a newer version (available since Fuel 5.1):

fuel env --update --env <env_id> --rel <release_number>

From this sentence seems that through this command is possible to update the Mirantis OpenStack environment to a newer version.

So in my case I've tried to update the MOS version deployed with Fuel 6.0 with the newer one (version 35 as reported above). Just to add that I'm trying to do this in our test lab.

Are there some other steps (not reported into UG) to be performed to update a MOS environments?

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