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Hey vathanlal,

There are a few ways to check what version you are running. Your client check will let you know which version(s) of OpenStack the client is compatible with - http://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/python-openstackclient/

Regarding OpenStack itself, you can check on one of your compute nodes the nova-compute service for example against the release info for example - https://releases.openstack.org/ - https://releases.openstack.org/newton/ :

nova 14.0.0 14.0.2 release notes

(nova-14.0.2) root@compute01:~# nova-compute --version 14.0.3

Hey vathanlal,

There are a few ways to check what version you are running. Your client check will let you know which version(s) version of OpenStack the client is compatible with was released under - http://docs.openstack.org/releasenotes/python-openstackclient/

Regarding OpenStack itself, you can check on one of your compute nodes the nova-compute service for example against the release info for example - https://releases.openstack.org/ - https://releases.openstack.org/newton/ :

nova 14.0.0 14.0.2 release notes

(nova-14.0.2) root@compute01:~# nova-compute --version 14.0.3

You can check other services as well as noted by the releases.openstack.org/{release} link but I prefer to use nova-compute since it is a core project and in my view going to probably follow the same standard.