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When you clone devstack (you are on master branch) and run stack.sh, you end up installing the 'master' branch of each OpenStack project (which is current development code). Although you can select specific branch of a project to be installed by specifying config parameter (say for NOVA_BRANCH for nova) as mentioned here and run stack.sh. However, I would suggest, you should to checkout the 'stable/<release' branch="" in="" your="" cloned="" devstack="" git="" repo="" and="" then="" run="" the="" stack.sh="" script.="" so,="" for="" eg="" if="" you="" want="" to="" install="" juno="" release="" of="" all="" openstack="" components,="" you="" need="" to="" checkout="" 'stable="" juno'="" branch="" in="" your="" devstack="" repo="" and="" run="" stack.sh.<="" p="">

When you clone devstack (you are on master branch) and run stack.sh, you end up installing the 'master' branch of each OpenStack project (which is current development code). Although you can select specific branch of a project to be installed by specifying config parameter (say for NOVA_BRANCH for nova) as mentioned here and run stack.sh. stack.sh.

However, I would suggest, you should to checkout the 'stable/<release' branch="" in="" your="" cloned="" devstack="" git="" repo="" and="" then="" run="" the="" stack.sh="" script.="" so,="" for="" eg="" if="" you="" want="" to="" install="" juno="" release="" of="" all="" openstack="" components,="" you="" need="" to="" checkout="" 'stable="" juno'="" branch="" in="" your="" devstack="" repo="" and="" run="" stack.sh.<="" p=""> 'stable/{release}' branch in your cloned devstack git repo and then run the stack.sh script. So, for eg if you want to install juno release of all OpenStack components, you need to checkout 'stable/juno' branch in your devstack repo and run stack.sh.