openstack charms should use port 80 when using apt-key

Bug #1308557 reported by Chris J Arges on 2014-04-16
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Bug Description

When using openstack charms that require a PPA to be added, if we need to use apt-key to add a gpg key it may use port 11371 which could be blocked in firewalled environments.

In charm-helpers this was updated with:
http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~charm-helpers/charm-helpers/devel/revision/106

I'd like to see other affected openstack charms also use this convention to reduce the numbers of ports that need to be opened to deploy openstack.

I know this affects:
ceph
ceph-radosgw
keystone

But there could be others affected.
I'm also wondering why charm-helpers isn't updated in all of these charms.

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Chris J Arges (arges) on 2014-04-16
description: updated
Chris J Arges (arges) on 2014-04-16
no longer affects: charms
Changed in charm-helpers:
assignee: nobody → Jorge Niedbalski (niedbalski)
Changed in charm-helpers:
assignee: Jorge Niedbalski (niedbalski) → nobody
Jorge Niedbalski (niedbalski) wrote :

OK, all tests are passing.

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TOTAL 2917 220 92%
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Ran 595 tests in 2.259s

OK

The specified test_requirements are not working properly.

Proposed MR on this; https://code.launchpad.net/~niedbalski/charm-helpers/fix-test_requirements/+merge/216902

Jorge Niedbalski (niedbalski) wrote :

I applied the proposed patch and then submitted MR's for all the openstack affected charms.

Waiting for review.

James Page (james-page) wrote :

All proposed charm updates merged - thanks Jorge!

I also synced up ceph-osd at the same time under a trivial.

Changed in charm-helpers:
status: New → Fix Released
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