RDO Juno EL6 Quickstart
At this time few component of the Juno release have been recompiled for EL6 and are available in the repositories:
Available packages can be browsed at the following url.
The effort is lead by the CentOS Cloud SIG members.
Packages were rebuilt with the help of the CentOS infrastructure.
About Juno EL6 effort
Juno EL6 effort has been start by the community to provide RDO users an easy way to roll upgrades for their running installation. We focus on the compute/metering part and wanted the ability to keep hypervisors running on EL6 OS.
All dependencies are available through the provided RDO repository and EPEL is not required for the upgrade.
An effort to provide openstack-neutron is being worked on to provide RDO users a way to migrate from nova-network during the Juno cycle and before the Kilo upgrade.
If you are interested in rebuilding other parts or if you want to contribute please Get involved !
The community will follow Openstack "Juno" release cycle and provide updates in a timely manner. We will link to a more concrete timeline when we have the documents ready.
There is no plan to provide EL6 rebuild of Openstack "Kilo" at this time.
Upgrade path from icehouse on any EL6 system
This documentation has been written for people willing to upgrade RDO "Icehouse" compute node to RDO "Juno" release.
All the instructions assumed you followed the "Icehouse" guide during your initial installation
Upgrade your base OS to latest release
Disable old repositories
yum-config-manager --disable foreman --disable epel --disable openstack-icehouse
Install Juno el6 repositories
If you are running CentOS 6 :
yum install centos-release-openstack
Otherwise for other EL6 rebuild please try :
yum install http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/cloud/x86_64/openstack-juno/centos-release-openstack-juno-2.el6.noarch.rpm
Upgrade to Juno
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