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Re: [release] Boron autorelease fails: alto, l2switch, blueprint

Thanh Ha <thanh.ha@...>
 

What's the plan here? the alto patch is still unapplied and boron still broken.

Regards,
Thanh

On 4 July 2016 at 12:19, Gao Kai <gaok12@...> wrote:
Vratko,

The current patch might do now, at least for BoronCurrently we can work around it but in the long run we may still need to enable reactive routingActually we don't care much about ARP packets so it's OK to flood them.  But if I'm not mistaken when that option is enabled, l2switch will flood other packets as well (see [1]).

It will be great to know how we can change the options automatically, so we may disable flooding when our module is installed and re-enable it when removed.

Thanks!

Regards,
Kai

[1] https://github.com/opendaylight/l2switch/blob/fc88da4024fa83b440b4176f90d88b077052c20d/arphandler/src/main/java/org/opendaylight/l2switch/arphandler/core/ProactiveFloodFlowWriter.java

On 04/07/16 23:29, Vratko Polak -X (vrpolak - PANTHEON TECHNOLOGIES at Cisco) wrote:

L2switch has been converted to blueprint [0],

so *-config artifacts are no longer defined.

Alto was depending on them.

Possible fix for the autorelease build: [1].

 

But even after that fix, the new value [2]

for is-proactive-flood-mode will NOT get applied.

Is there a way for downstream feature

to override the default value [3]?

 

Vratko.

 

[0] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/40707

[1] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/41285
[2] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=alto.git;a=blob;f=alto-extensions/simple-pce/network-tracker/config/src/main/config/default-config.xml;h=954c068ca890942e061de81fd6eb7ff4fcbcd69b;hb=refs/heads/master#l28

[3] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/40707/3/arphandler/src/main/yang/arp-handler-config.yang@54

 



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Re: [release] Boron autorelease fails: alto, l2switch, blueprint

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

Vratko,

The current patch might do now, at least for BoronCurrently we can work around it but in the long run we may still need to enable reactive routingActually we don't care much about ARP packets so it's OK to flood them.  But if I'm not mistaken when that option is enabled, l2switch will flood other packets as well (see [1]).

It will be great to know how we can change the options automatically, so we may disable flooding when our module is installed and re-enable it when removed.

Thanks!

Regards,
Kai

[1] https://github.com/opendaylight/l2switch/blob/fc88da4024fa83b440b4176f90d88b077052c20d/arphandler/src/main/java/org/opendaylight/l2switch/arphandler/core/ProactiveFloodFlowWriter.java

On 04/07/16 23:29, Vratko Polak -X (vrpolak - PANTHEON TECHNOLOGIES at Cisco) wrote:

L2switch has been converted to blueprint [0],

so *-config artifacts are no longer defined.

Alto was depending on them.

Possible fix for the autorelease build: [1].

 

But even after that fix, the new value [2]

for is-proactive-flood-mode will NOT get applied.

Is there a way for downstream feature

to override the default value [3]?

 

Vratko.

 

[0] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/40707

[1] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/41285
[2] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=alto.git;a=blob;f=alto-extensions/simple-pce/network-tracker/config/src/main/config/default-config.xml;h=954c068ca890942e061de81fd6eb7ff4fcbcd69b;hb=refs/heads/master#l28

[3] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/40707/3/arphandler/src/main/yang/arp-handler-config.yang@54

 



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Boron autorelease fails: alto, l2switch, blueprint

Vratko Polak -X (vrpolak - PANTHEON TECHNOLOGIES@Cisco) <vrpolak@...>
 

L2switch has been converted to blueprint [0],

so *-config artifacts are no longer defined.

Alto was depending on them.

Possible fix for the autorelease build: [1].

 

But even after that fix, the new value [2]

for is-proactive-flood-mode will NOT get applied.

Is there a way for downstream feature

to override the default value [3]?

 

Vratko.

 

[0] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/40707

[1] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/41285
[2] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=alto.git;a=blob;f=alto-extensions/simple-pce/network-tracker/config/src/main/config/default-config.xml;h=954c068ca890942e061de81fd6eb7ff4fcbcd69b;hb=refs/heads/master#l28

[3] https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/40707/3/arphandler/src/main/yang/arp-handler-config.yang@54

 


ALTO Boron M4 Status

Jensen Zhang
 

ALTO M4 Status
 

1. Please provide updates on any previously-incomplete items from prior milestone readouts.

N/A

2. Has your project achieved API freeze such that all externally accessible Stable or Provisional APIs will not be modified after now? (Yes/No)

Yes

https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=alto.git;a=tree;f=alto-core/standard-service-models;h=4a5c9dbd0a2dc6db7d6098c4c2a19336777d5642;hb=HEAD

3. Do you have content in your project documentation? (Yes/No)

Yes

*  (For each document, provide current word count)

$ wc -w *-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto/*

 649 developer-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto/alto-developer-guide.adoc
   52 developer-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto/augment.yang
 1002 user-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto/alto-user-guide.adoc
   68 user-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto/example-input.json
   41 user-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto/example-rfc7285-networkmap.json
 1812 total

*  (For each document, link to the file in gerrit)

https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=docs.git;a=tree;f=manuals/developer-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto;h=8d1008372662a4aa2a4b280b9e14dee0c121fd90;hb=HEAD
https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=docs.git;a=tree;f=manuals/user-guide/src/main/asciidoc/alto;h=8d1008372662a4aa2a4b280b9e14dee0c121fd90;hb=HEAD

*  (Link to pending gerrit patches waiting approval)

https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/41231/

4. Has your project met the requirements to be included in Maven Central [2]? (Yes/No)

Yes, except gpg signing

5. Were project-specific deliverables planned for this milestone delivered successfully? (No Deliverables/Yes/No)

Yes

6. Have you started automated system testing for your top-level features. (Yes/No)

Yes

https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/view/alto/job/alto-csit-1node-setup-only-boron/
https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/view/alto/job/alto-csit-1node-setup-all-boron/

7. Does your project use any ports, including for testing? (Yes/No)

Yes

*  (If yes, list of ports used)

8181

*  (If yes, have you updated the wiki [3] with all ports used? Yes/No)

Yes

8. Does your project build successful in Autorelease?

Yes

https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/view/alto/job/alto-validate-autorelease-boron/


Regards,
Jensen


ALTO M3

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

ALTO M3

Functionality Freeze:

1. Final list of externally consumable APIs defined:
Yes

** If you had any Tentative APIs, have they been moved to Provisional or Dropped?
N/A

** If any of your Tentative APIs were dropped, have you notified all projects that were expecting them?
N/A

** Also please list all dropped APIs.
N/A

2. Are all your inter-project dependencies resolved (i.e., have the other
   projects you were counting on given you what you needed)?
Yes

3. Were there any project-specific deliverables planned for this milestone?
No

Karaf Features Defined:

4. Are all your project's features that are intended for release added to the
   features.xml and checked into the integration git repository?
Yes

5. List all top-level, user-facing, and stable Karaf features for your project.
N/A - No stable features.

Documentation:

6. List the kinds of documentation you will provide including at least:
Developer guide
User guide

7. Have you checked in the AsciiDoc outlines to the docs repository?
Yes

Integration and Test:

8. Have you started automated system testing for your top-level features.
Yes

9. Have you filled out basic system test plan template [1] for each top-level
   feature (karaf and not karaf) and a comprehensive system test plan template
   including functionality, cluster, scalability, performance,
   longevity/stability for each stable feature?
No

I'm very sorry for the delay.

Regards,
Kai

[1] https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/CrossProject:Integration_Group:Feature_Integration_System_Test_Template


ALTO Boron M2 Status

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

ALTO

0. Please provide updates on any previously-incomplete items from prior milestone readouts.
N/A

1. Have you completed the project checklist [1]?
Yes

*  (link to a merged patch in gerrit) https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/37840/
*  (link to a mail from your mailing list) https://lists.opendaylight.org/pipermail/alto-dev/2016-April/000361.html
*  (link to a bug for your project; you can create a dummy one and close it if need be) https://bugs.opendaylight.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5753
*  (link to an artifact published from your project in nexus) https://nexus.opendaylight.org/content/repositories/opendaylight.snapshot/org/opendaylight/alto/core/alto-northbound-api/0.3.0-SNAPSHOT/
*  (link to a sonar report) https://sonar.opendaylight.org/overview?id=50636
*  (link to your root pom file) https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/gitweb?p=alto.git;a=blob;f=pom.xml

2. Does your project have any special needs in CI Infrastructure [2]?
No

3. Is your project release plan finalized?
Yes
*  (link to final release plan wiki page) https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/ALTO:Boron_Release_Plan
*  Do you have all APIs intended to be externally consumable listed? Yes
*  Does each API have a useful short name? Yes
*  Are the Java interface and/or YANG files listed for each API? No
*  Are they labeled as tentative, provisional, or stable as appropriate for each API? No
*  Do you call out the OSGi bundles and/or Karaf features providing the API for each API? Yes

4. All project dependencies requests on other project's release plans been acknowledged and documented by upstream projects?
Not yet

*  (List of all project dependencies and if they have been acknowledged, unacknowledged)
L2switch, OpenFlow Plugin, OVSDB (waiting for responses)


5. Were project-specific deliverables planned for this milestone delivered successfully?
No deliverables

6. Will your project have top-level features not requiring system test?
No


7. Will your project use the OpenDaylight CI infrastructure for testing top-level features requiring system test?
Yes

[0] https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Simultaneous_Release:Boron_Release_Plan
[1] https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/GettingStarted:Project_Main#New_Project_Checklist
[2] Special needs include tools or configuration. Note that generally, the only available tools in CI are basic RHEL/CentOS linux images with Java. You should note and ask for anything beyond that here. Email helpdesk@... [3] It is recommended to use the OpenDaylight CI infrastructure unless there is some HW or SW resource that cannot be installed there. Update the test plan with explanation on why your top-level features will not be using the OpenDaylight CI Infrastructure:https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/CrossProject:Integration_Group:Feature_Integration_System_Test_Template#Test_Infrastructure
[4] Projects running system test in external Labs are required to report system test results in a timely fashion after release creations, e.g., weekly, RC, and formal releases. Update the test plan with plans on testing in external lab:https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/CrossProject:Integration_Group:Feature_Integration_System_Test_Template#Test_Infrastructure


ALTO project dependencies

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

Dear colleagues,

The ALTO project depends on the projects L2switch, OpenFlowPlugin and OVSDB.  We'd like to get the acknowledgement from the projects.

Thanks very much!

Regards,
Kai


Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

karthikeyan.d17@...
 

Hi Jensen,


I checked with ODL-berylium Integration Distribution. 



1. Launched ODL using below command .

integration-distribution/distribution-karaf/target/assembly/bin$ ./karaf clean of13


2. installed odl-l2switch-all odl-restconf-all odl-dlux-core


3. Started mininet using 

sudo mn --mac --switch=ovsk,protocols=OpenFlow13 --controller=remote --topo=tree,3

Pingall worked , hosts are visible in DLUX-UI

4. When i am trying to get
http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes/

{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:1",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:1:1",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "copper ten-gb-fd",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "s1-eth1",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "1",
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "B2:6B:15:85:F1:A1",
            "stp-status-aware-node-connector:status": "forwarding",
            "opendaylight-port-statistics:flow-capable-node-connector-statistics": {
              "transmit-errors": 0,
              "collision-count": 0,
              "duration": {},
              "receive-drops": 0,
              "transmit-drops": 0,
              "packets": {
                "transmitted": 522,
                "received": 544
              },
              "receive-frame-error": 0,
              "receive-errors": 0,
              "receive-over-run-error": 0,
              "receive-crc-error": 0,
              "bytes": {
                "transmitted": 77878,
                "received": 82608
              }
            }
          },
---
---

5. I did not get the ""flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0," in this information..

mn --version
2.1.0

odl@odl-HP-Compaq-Pro-6305-SFF:~$  ovs-vswitchd --version
ovs-vswitchd (Open vSwitch) 2.0.2
Compiled Dec  9 2015 14:08:11
OpenFlow versions 0x1:0x1

odl@odl-HP-Compaq-Pro-6305-SFF:~$  ovs-ofctl --version
ovs-ofctl (Open vSwitch) 2.0.2
Compiled Dec  9 2015 14:08:08
OpenFlow versions 0x1:0x4


Am i missing something? Please help me !

regards,
-karthik





From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 9:18 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Kai GAO; openflowplugin-dev@...; alto-dev@...; dlux-dev@...
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

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Hi Karthik,

Rate speed feature needs OpenFlow1.3. You can start your mininet with extra argument `--switch=ovs,protocols=OpenFlow13` to enable OpenFlow 1.3.

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 11:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi kai ,

Thanks a lot for your reply .I'm using ODL- integration stable/ lithium .
I installed odl-l2switch-all , openflowplugin-all, restconf-all, dlux-all

I ran mininet with tree topo,3 . pingall worked.
When I check the http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes

flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0 , max speed  data is missing .

And I modified the L2switch-> loop remover code to get the shortest path ! .will it be the reason for data missing?

Help me out !  Thanks in advance .let me know if you want more details .

Regards,
-Karthik

From: Gao Kai <godrickk@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 8:31:59 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service); jingxuan.n.zhang@...
Cc: openflowplugin-dev@...; alto-dev@...; dlux-dev@...

Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

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Karthik,

I have also cc'd this email to the DLUX and openflowplugin mailing lists.  Hope that helps.

Regarding your question about the missing data, I think it's best you provide some information about your OpenDaylight version and a list of installed features so we can try to reproduce the issue on our machine.  Or maybe the colleagues from the openflowplugin team can give some insight.

Regards,
Kai


On 28/04/16 19:43, karthikeyan.d17@... wrote:

Hi , Jensen ..


I checked as per your idea. 

I did not get the ""flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0," in my flow !. I simply launched ODL, installed openflowplugin ,mininet running .

Except this i am getting everything? May i know the reason?


Thanks,

-Karthik



plz check the data which i got ..


{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:1",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:1:1",
            "opendaylight-port-statistics:flow-capable-node-connector-statistics": {
              "transmit-errors": 0,
              "collision-count": 0,
              "duration": {},
              "receive-drops": 0,
              "transmit-drops": 0,
              "packets": {
                "transmitted": 1022,
                "received": 1074
              },
              "receive-frame-error": 0,
              "receive-errors": 0,
              "receive-over-run-error": 0,
              "receive-crc-error": 0,
              "bytes": {
                "transmitted": 147250,
                "received": 156973
              }
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "copper ten-gb-fd",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "s1-eth1",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "1",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "82:59:9A:B9:67:3D",
            "stp-status-aware-node-connector:status": "forwarding"
          }

---


From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 2:42:29 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Junzhuo Wang; alto-dev@...; Kai GAO
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

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Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

Jensen Zhang
 

Hi Karthik,

Rate speed feature needs OpenFlow1.3. You can start your mininet with extra argument `--switch=ovs,protocols=OpenFlow13` to enable OpenFlow 1.3.

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 11:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi kai ,

Thanks a lot for your reply .I'm using ODL- integration stable/ lithium .
I installed odl-l2switch-all , openflowplugin-all, restconf-all, dlux-all

I ran mininet with tree topo,3 . pingall worked.
When I check the http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes

flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0 , max speed  data is missing .

And I modified the L2switch-> loop remover code to get the shortest path ! .will it be the reason for data missing?

Help me out !  Thanks in advance .let me know if you want more details .

Regards,
-Karthik

From: Gao Kai <godrickk@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 8:31:59 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service); jingxuan.n.zhang@...
Cc: openflowplugin-dev@...; alto-dev@...; dlux-dev@...

Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

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Karthik,

I have also cc'd this email to the DLUX and openflowplugin mailing lists.  Hope that helps.

Regarding your question about the missing data, I think it's best you provide some information about your OpenDaylight version and a list of installed features so we can try to reproduce the issue on our machine.  Or maybe the colleagues from the openflowplugin team can give some insight.

Regards,
Kai


On 28/04/16 19:43, karthikeyan.d17@... wrote:

Hi , Jensen ..


I checked as per your idea. 

I did not get the ""flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0," in my flow !. I simply launched ODL, installed openflowplugin ,mininet running .

Except this i am getting everything? May i know the reason?


Thanks,

-Karthik



plz check the data which i got ..


{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:1",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:1:1",
            "opendaylight-port-statistics:flow-capable-node-connector-statistics": {
              "transmit-errors": 0,
              "collision-count": 0,
              "duration": {},
              "receive-drops": 0,
              "transmit-drops": 0,
              "packets": {
                "transmitted": 1022,
                "received": 1074
              },
              "receive-frame-error": 0,
              "receive-errors": 0,
              "receive-over-run-error": 0,
              "receive-crc-error": 0,
              "bytes": {
                "transmitted": 147250,
                "received": 156973
              }
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "copper ten-gb-fd",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "s1-eth1",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "1",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "82:59:9A:B9:67:3D",
            "stp-status-aware-node-connector:status": "forwarding"
          }

---


From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 2:42:29 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Junzhuo Wang; alto-dev@...; Kai GAO
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

** This mail has been sent from an external source **

Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

karthikeyan.d17@...
 


Hi kai ,

Thanks a lot for your reply .I'm using ODL- integration stable/ lithium .
I installed odl-l2switch-all , openflowplugin-all, restconf-all, dlux-all

I ran mininet with tree topo,3 . pingall worked.
When I check the http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes

flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0 , max speed  data is missing .

And I modified the L2switch-> loop remover code to get the shortest path ! .will it be the reason for data missing?

Help me out !  Thanks in advance .let me know if you want more details .

Regards,
-Karthik

From: Gao Kai <godrickk@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 8:31:59 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service); jingxuan.n.zhang@...
Cc: openflowplugin-dev@...; alto-dev@...; dlux-dev@...
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

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Karthik,

I have also cc'd this email to the DLUX and openflowplugin mailing lists.  Hope that helps.

Regarding your question about the missing data, I think it's best you provide some information about your OpenDaylight version and a list of installed features so we can try to reproduce the issue on our machine.  Or maybe the colleagues from the openflowplugin team can give some insight.

Regards,
Kai


On 28/04/16 19:43, karthikeyan.d17@... wrote:

Hi , Jensen ..


I checked as per your idea. 

I did not get the ""flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0," in my flow !. I simply launched ODL, installed openflowplugin ,mininet running .

Except this i am getting everything? May i know the reason?


Thanks,

-Karthik



plz check the data which i got ..


{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:1",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:1:1",
            "opendaylight-port-statistics:flow-capable-node-connector-statistics": {
              "transmit-errors": 0,
              "collision-count": 0,
              "duration": {},
              "receive-drops": 0,
              "transmit-drops": 0,
              "packets": {
                "transmitted": 1022,
                "received": 1074
              },
              "receive-frame-error": 0,
              "receive-errors": 0,
              "receive-over-run-error": 0,
              "receive-crc-error": 0,
              "bytes": {
                "transmitted": 147250,
                "received": 156973
              }
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "copper ten-gb-fd",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "s1-eth1",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "1",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "82:59:9A:B9:67:3D",
            "stp-status-aware-node-connector:status": "forwarding"
          }

---


From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 2:42:29 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Junzhuo Wang; alto-dev@...; Kai GAO
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

** This mail has been sent from an external source **

Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

Gao Kai
 

Karthik,

I have also cc'd this email to the DLUX and openflowplugin mailing lists.  Hope that helps.

Regarding your question about the missing data, I think it's best you provide some information about your OpenDaylight version and a list of installed features so we can try to reproduce the issue on our machine.  Or maybe the colleagues from the openflowplugin team can give some insight.

Regards,
Kai


On 28/04/16 19:43, karthikeyan.d17@... wrote:

Hi , Jensen ..


I checked as per your idea. 

I did not get the ""flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0," in my flow !. I simply launched ODL, installed openflowplugin ,mininet running .

Except this i am getting everything? May i know the reason?


Thanks,

-Karthik



plz check the data which i got ..


{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:1",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:1:1",
            "opendaylight-port-statistics:flow-capable-node-connector-statistics": {
              "transmit-errors": 0,
              "collision-count": 0,
              "duration": {},
              "receive-drops": 0,
              "transmit-drops": 0,
              "packets": {
                "transmitted": 1022,
                "received": 1074
              },
              "receive-frame-error": 0,
              "receive-errors": 0,
              "receive-over-run-error": 0,
              "receive-crc-error": 0,
              "bytes": {
                "transmitted": 147250,
                "received": 156973
              }
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "copper ten-gb-fd",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "s1-eth1",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "1",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "82:59:9A:B9:67:3D",
            "stp-status-aware-node-connector:status": "forwarding"
          }

---


From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 2:42:29 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Junzhuo Wang; alto-dev@...; Kai GAO
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

** This mail has been sent from an external source **

Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

karthikeyan.d17@...
 

Hi , Jensen ..


I checked as per your idea. 

I did not get the ""flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0," in my flow !. I simply launched ODL, installed openflowplugin ,mininet running .

Except this i am getting everything? May i know the reason?


Thanks,

-Karthik



plz check the data which i got ..


{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:1",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:1:1",
            "opendaylight-port-statistics:flow-capable-node-connector-statistics": {
              "transmit-errors": 0,
              "collision-count": 0,
              "duration": {},
              "receive-drops": 0,
              "transmit-drops": 0,
              "packets": {
                "transmitted": 1022,
                "received": 1074
              },
              "receive-frame-error": 0,
              "receive-errors": 0,
              "receive-over-run-error": 0,
              "receive-crc-error": 0,
              "bytes": {
                "transmitted": 147250,
                "received": 156973
              }
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "copper ten-gb-fd",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "s1-eth1",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "1",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "82:59:9A:B9:67:3D",
            "stp-status-aware-node-connector:status": "forwarding"
          }

---


From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 2:42:29 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Junzhuo Wang; alto-dev@...; Kai GAO
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

** This mail has been sent from an external source **

Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

karthikeyan.d17@...
 

Hi ,

Thank you so much for your information . Happy to see your quick response ! .  Could  you plz send me the DLUX-team mail id ? if you have .  So I will contact them for further development.


Thanks,

-Karthik


From: Jensen Zhang <jingxuan.n.zhang@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 2:42:29 PM
To: Karthikeyan D (Product Engineering Service)
Cc: Junzhuo Wang; alto-dev@...; Kai GAO
Subject: Re: [alto-dev] How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?
 

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Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

Jensen Zhang
 

Hi Karthik,

In current implementation, you can get rate of speed (both current speed and maximum speed) from opendaylight-inventory. After installing openflowplugin, you can send a GET request to the url http://localhost:8181/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes to get a JSON format response.

The JSON response is like this schema:

~~~ json
{
  "nodes": {
    "node": [
      {
        "id": "openflow:7",
        "node-connector": [
          {
            "id": "openflow:7:LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:state": {
              "link-down": false,
              "blocked": false,
              "live": false
            },
            "flow-node-inventory:configuration": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:hardware-address": "6A:13:45:A1:4F:48",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:advertised-features": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:name": "n7",
            "flow-node-inventory:supported": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:current-feature": "",
            "flow-node-inventory:port-number": "LOCAL",
            "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed": 0,
            "flow-node-inventory:peer-features": "",
...
~~~

I think it is enough for your requirement. I'm not familiar with DLUX, so I cannot give more suggestions. If you want to improve DLUX, you can contact DLUX team to talk about more details. I believe they will be happy for your contribution. :)

Best,
Jensen

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 12:19 PM, <karthikeyan.d17@...> wrote:

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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How to check Network Speed at each link in DLUX ui?

karthikeyan.d17@...
 

Hi Team ,


 Myself karthik , working in ODL.I have a questions. Please help me!.


When I am giving iperf or ping between two hosts , I need to check the network speed (rate at which data is traveling) in each link.For example you could see the ONOS UI , It will show you the data speed in each link.


So I think In ODL DLUX-UI we dont have that kind of stuffs. I would like to develop that. I need your help. From where can i get the details of rate of speed? L2switch or OpenflowPlugin project or anything else? Give me some idea I will do it.


Thanks,

-Karthik


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Re: [release] Committer List Cleanup

Y. Richard Yang
 

Totally agree and support.

Richard


On Sunday, April 24, 2016, Gao Kai <gaok12@...> wrote:
Jensen and Tony,

I think we should follow the guidance and make sure our committer list is clean.

Regards,
Kai


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: [release] Committer List Cleanup
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2016 12:33:53 -0400
From: Colin Dixon <colin@...>
To: An Ho <An.Ho@...>
CC: release (release@...) <release@...>


Thanks. I've added these policies here as well:
https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/TSC:Main#Keeping_Clean_Committer_Lists

--Colin


On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 10:52 AM, An Ho <An.Ho@...> wrote:
In order to help maintain a cleaner committer list, we would like to kindly ask that projects routinely review and update their committer list approximately every 6 months.  As discussed and agreed upon by the TSC [1] [2], we would like projects to:

* Identify committers who have been inactive for more than 6 months
* Reach out to them to understand if they would like to step down or if there are compelling reasons they would like to stay a committer despite their inactivity.
* In the event of a non-response despite repeated attempts to contact the committer and/or the committer asks to step down from the role, have them removed as a committer and notify the TSC.
* Ensure that everyone knows the TSC is willing to arbitrate any disputes and note that this process is intended to ensure the committer list better reflects reality rather than anything political.

A more detailed description of the process can be found on the TSC Main Page [3].  Perhaps we can start tracking the progress of this cleanup, either as an M5 milestone item or on the Boron tracking sheet.

Best Regards,
An Ho

[1] https://meetings.opendaylight.org/opendaylight-meeting/2016/tsc/opendaylight-meeting-tsc.2016-04-07-17.00.html
[2] https://lists.opendaylight.org/pipermail/tsc/2016-April/005002.html
[3] https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/TSC:Main#Committer_Removal_Process







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[release] Blueprint support

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

This looks interesting.


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Subject: [release] Blueprint support
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2016 14:44:06 -0400
From: Tom Pantelis <tompantelis@...>
To: controller-dev <controller-dev@...>, release <release@...>


Hello,

With patch https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/#/c/36714/ (and several preceding ones), the controller core (ie md-sal) now has support for using OSGi blueprint for code wiring. The main motivation for this is for better upgrade support and usability wrt to the config system (CSS).

The plan is to merge the above patch within the next few days. The md-sal services are provided via blueprint (as OSGi services) and also via the CSS. So apps will continue work as is using the CSS. The core blueprint support enables apps to use blueprint for code wiring in lieu of the CSS.

https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Using_Blueprint outlines how to use blueprint in ODL apps.

Once this patch is merged, if there are any issues, please respond to this email.

Tom



Re: [release] Committer List Cleanup

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

Jensen and Tony,

I think we should follow the guidance and make sure our committer list is clean.

Regards,
Kai


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: [release] Committer List Cleanup
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2016 12:33:53 -0400
From: Colin Dixon <colin@...>
To: An Ho <An.Ho@...>
CC: release (release@...) <release@...>


Thanks. I've added these policies here as well:
https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/TSC:Main#Keeping_Clean_Committer_Lists

--Colin


On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 10:52 AM, An Ho <An.Ho@...> wrote:

In order to help maintain a cleaner committer list, we would like to kindly ask that projects routinely review and update their committer list approximately every 6 months.  As discussed and agreed upon by the TSC [1] [2], we would like projects to:

* Identify committers who have been inactive for more than 6 months
* Reach out to them to understand if they would like to step down or if there are compelling reasons they would like to stay a committer despite their inactivity.
* In the event of a non-response despite repeated attempts to contact the committer and/or the committer asks to step down from the role, have them removed as a committer and notify the TSC.
* Ensure that everyone knows the TSC is willing to arbitrate any disputes and note that this process is intended to ensure the committer list better reflects reality rather than anything political.

A more detailed description of the process can be found on the TSC Main Page [3].  Perhaps we can start tracking the progress of this cleanup, either as an M5 milestone item or on the Boron tracking sheet.

Best Regards,
An Ho

[1] https://meetings.opendaylight.org/opendaylight-meeting/2016/tsc/opendaylight-meeting-tsc.2016-04-07-17.00.html
[2] https://lists.opendaylight.org/pipermail/tsc/2016-April/005002.html
[3] https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/TSC:Main#Committer_Removal_Process






Re: [OpenDaylight TSC] Please Respond: Would you want to participate in an ODL Hackfest in Santa Clara?

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

The TSC is asking about holding a Hackfest in May/June.  I have responded that we are willing to join if the VISA issues can be solved.

I suggest Jensen, Xiao and anyone who are interested in the event take some time to get a passport first.  When they announce the time, we can try to obtain a VISA.

Regards,
Kai

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: [OpenDaylight TSC] Please Respond: Would you want to participate in an ODL Hackfest in Santa Clara?
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2016 10:50:28 +0800
From: Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
To: Phil Robb <probb@...>


1) Do you want to participate in a hackfest?
Yes

2) If yes, when you would prefer (M3 is mid May, M4 is mid June as two likely candidates)?
M4 (June)

Is there a rough plan on where the hackfest will be held so that we can work on VISA issues?

Regards,
Kai

On 14/04/16 23:39, Phil Robb wrote:

Hello OpenDaylight Project Leads and developers;

We have historically held a hackfest for the OpenDaylight community around M4 of each release cycle so that projects can come together face to face to finish coding and begin testing.  This also is a great opportunity for interdependent projects to ensure that all needed functionality is working as expected and to jump-start the testing of all new features.

During last release, we held such a hackfest as usual, but the turnout was pretty low.  So now we're trying to figure out if there is enough interest for doing one during Boron, and if so, when is the best time for everyone.

So, please answer the following two questions and respond to me by next Thursday (4/21).  I'll collect the responses and report the results to the TSC and we'll make a decision on if and when to have a hackfest.

1) Do you want to participate in a hackfest?

2) If yes, when you would prefer (M3 is mid May, M4 is mid June as two likely candidates)?

Thanks for your prompt reply.  If we're going to get  venue for this hackfest we need to decided soon.

Thanks!

Phil.
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Re: ALTO and OpenFlowPlugin Li Migration

Gao Kai <gaok12@...>
 

Hi An Ho,

Thanks for the notice!  I have voted for the migration in [3].

Regards,
Kai

On 06/04/16 06:45, An Ho wrote:

Hi Kai Gao, Jensen Zhang, and ALTO Team,

According to the Boron dependency log, your project has a dependency on OpenFlowPlugin [1].

In order to facilitate the migration for dependent projects to the OpenFlowPlugin Lithium design as the default for the Boron release, we would like dependant projects to identify issues, feedback, objections, and bugs by 4/7 with a target migration at Boron Offset 1 M2/M3 [2].

Would it be possible for you to kindly vote "GO" or "NOGO" and identify any bugs/issues pending at this spreadsheet [3].

Your feedback is greatly appreciated.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to Abhijit Kumbhare and the OpenFlowPlugin team if you have any further questions regarding the timeline for the migration.

Best Regards,
An Ho

[1] https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/view/autorelease/job/autorelease-project-report-boron/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/dependencies.log
[2] https://lists.opendaylight.org/pipermail/openflowplugin-dev/2016-April/004883.html
[3] https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1zImtd764e-hOgJAxoJKl85fxHCPu2agLfqsBtf13zQY/edit#gid=251530127


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