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It’s possible to go from Queens to Rocky. Making upgrades easier and more robust is a current priority in OpenStack development, as well as the ability to “jump over” a release, e,g. Q—>S. It’s not a simple process and requires careful planning.

It’s possible to go from Queens to Rocky. Making upgrades easier and more robust is a current priority in OpenStack development, as well as the ability to “jump over” a release, e,g. Q—>S. It’s not a simple process (much harder than apt-get upgrade) and requires careful planning.

It’s possible to go from Queens to Rocky. Making upgrades easier and more robust is a current priority in OpenStack development, as well as the ability to “jump over” a release, e,g. Q—>S. It’s not a simple process (much harder than apt-get upgrade) simple and requires careful planning.

It’s possible to go from Queens to Rocky. It’s not simple and requires careful planning. Making upgrades easier and more robust is a current priority in OpenStack development, as well as the ability to “jump over” a release, e,g. Q—>S. It’s not simple and requires careful planning.Q—>S.

It’s possible to go from Queens to Rocky. It’s not simple and requires careful planning. Making upgrades easier and more robust is a current priority in OpenStack development, as well as the ability to “jump over” a release, e,g. Q—>S.

If you want security updates and bug fixes, ensure your cloud runs on maintained software. Recent releases also make it easier to get community support.

Differences are documented in the release notes.