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Create volume is more robust on newer OpenStacks #857

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allardhoeve
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@allardhoeve allardhoeve commented Sep 16, 2016

Make create_volume more robust on newer OpenStacks

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On newer OpenStacks, things will fail if you do not provide location or if you do not provide ex_volume_type. The driver will pass the default None values to self.driver.request, which serializes them to null, which is an invalid value for /os-volumes/ on newer incarnations of OpenStack.

This PR makes it so the OpenStack driver does not include these fields if they are None, so they are not refused by OpenStack's validation.

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sorry assertNotIn was only added in py2.7, you'll have to use assertFalse(x in y) instead.

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Yeah, forgot about that ancient version ;) Changed it.

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Thumbs up, anyone?

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vdloo commented Sep 20, 2016

lgtm

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Changes look good. thanks @allardhoeve +1

@asfgit asfgit closed this in a266e55 Sep 21, 2016
asfgit pushed a commit that referenced this pull request Sep 21, 2016
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