Commit 76b10721 authored by David Johnson's avatar David Johnson

Note which releases use python3 vs python2.

parent ea7df500
......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ pc = portal.Context()
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pc.defineParameter("release","OpenStack Release",
portal.ParameterType.STRING,"stein",[("stein","Stein"),("rocky","Rocky"),("queens","Queens"),("pike","Pike"),("ocata","Ocata"),("newton","Newton"),("mitaka","Mitaka"),("liberty","Liberty (deprecated)"),("kilo","Kilo (deprecated)"),("juno","Juno (deprecated)")],
longDescription="We provide OpenStack Stein, Rocky, Queens (Ubuntu 18.04), Pike, Ocata, Newton, Mitaka (Ubuntu 16.04); Liberty (Ubuntu 15.10); Kilo (Ubuntu 15.04); or Juno (Ubuntu 14.10). OpenStack is installed from packages available on these distributions.")
longDescription="We provide OpenStack Stein (Ubuntu 18.04, python3), Rocky, Queens (Ubuntu 18.04, python2), Pike, Ocata, Newton, Mitaka (Ubuntu 16.04, python2); Liberty (Ubuntu 15.10, python2); Kilo (Ubuntu 15.04, python2); or Juno (Ubuntu 14.10, python2). OpenStack is installed from packages available on these distributions.")
pc.defineParameter("computeNodeCount", "Number of compute nodes (at Site 1)",
portal.ParameterType.INTEGER, 1)
pc.defineParameter("osNodeType", "Hardware Type",
......@@ -455,7 +455,7 @@ for param in pc._parameterOrder:
pass
tourDescription = \
"This profile provides a highly-configurable OpenStack instance with a controller and one or more compute nodes (potentially at multiple Cloudlab sites) (and optionally a network manager node, in a split configuration). This profile runs x86, arm64, and POWER8 (Queens and up) nodes. It sets up OpenStack Stein, Rocky, Queens (Ubuntu 18.04), Pike, Ocata, Newton, or Mitaka (Ubuntu 16.04) (Liberty on 15.10, Kilo on 15.04, and Juno on 14.10 are *deprecated*) according to your choice, and configures all OpenStack services, pulls in some VM disk images, and creates basic networks accessible via floating IPs. You'll be able to create instances and access them over the Internet in just a few minutes. When you click the Instantiate button, you'll be presented with a list of parameters that you can change to control what your OpenStack instance will look like; **carefully** read the parameter documentation on that page (or in the Instructions) to understand the various features available to you."
"This profile provides a highly-configurable OpenStack instance with a controller and one or more compute nodes (potentially at multiple Cloudlab sites) (and optionally a network manager node, in a split configuration). This profile runs x86, arm64, and POWER8 (Queens and up) nodes. It sets up OpenStack Stein (Ubuntu 18.04, python3), Rocky, Queens (Ubuntu 18.04, python2), Pike, Ocata, Newton, or Mitaka (Ubuntu 16.04, python2) (Liberty on 15.10, Kilo on 15.04, and Juno on 14.10, python2, *deprecated*) according to your choice, and configures all OpenStack services, pulls in some VM disk images, and creates basic networks accessible via floating IPs. You'll be able to create instances and access them over the Internet in just a few minutes. When you click the Instantiate button, you'll be presented with a list of parameters that you can change to control what your OpenStack instance will look like; **carefully** read the parameter documentation on that page (or in the Instructions) to understand the various features available to you."
###if not params.adminPass or len(params.adminPass) == 0:
passwdHelp = "Your OpenStack admin and instance VM password is randomly-generated by Cloudlab, and it is: `{password-adminPass}` ."
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