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Skip info cache update in case instance is deleted

The network api is sometimes called for a deleted instance causing
info cache update to fail. An example of this is the compute manager
periodic task cleanup_running_deleted_instances() that tries to
shutdown deleted instances still running on a host.

Add a check in network_api.update_instance_cache_with_nw_info() that
will skip info cache update if the instance is deleted.

Change-Id: Ibcf2db92275c9860409793d469ed688e7024120b
Closes-Bug: #1282858
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contrib Merge "changed quantum to neutron in vif-openstack"
doc Merge "correct the bugs reference url in man documents"
etc/nova Merge "Remove extra space at the end of help string"
nova Skip info cache update in case instance is deleted
plugins/xenserver xenapi plugins: Make sure subprocesses finish executing
tools Fix break in vm_vdi_cleaner after oslo changes.
.coveragerc Port Cheetah templates to Jinja2
.gitignore add .idea folder to .gitignore pycharm creates this folder
.gitreview Add .gitreview config file for gerrit.
.mailmap Update the mailmap
.testr.conf Fix tests to work with mysql+postgres concurrently
HACKING.rst Replace assertEqual(None, *) with assertIsNone in tests
LICENSE initial commit Finish AUTHORS transition.
README.rst Update references with new Mailing List location
babel.cfg Get rid of distutils.extra.
openstack-common.conf notifier middleware broken by oslo.messaging
pylintrc Don't warn about C0111 (No docstrings)
requirements.txt Updated from global requirements Fix lockutils when run with -d
setup.cfg Merge "enable cloning for rbd-backed ephemeral disks" Updated from global requirements
test-requirements.txt Updated from global requirements
tox.ini No longer call in pep8


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