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Stein not a valid heat_template_version

asked 2019-12-05 11:12:56 -0500

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updated 2019-12-06 07:52:14 -0500

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I finally have a working All-in-one Stein installation complete with Heat (which I need to study at some detail. On my first "create stack" I got an error on the template version:

$ openstack stack create -t basic_1.yaml basic_1 ERROR: The template version is invalid: "heat_template_version: 2019-12-05". "heat_template_version" should be one of: 2013-05-23, 2014-10-16, 2015-04-30, 2015-10-15, 2016-04-08, 2016-10-14, 2017-02-24, 2017-09-01, 2018-03-02, 2018-08-31, newton, ocata, pike, queens, rocky

I understand the overall purpose of this, but I'm curious why "stein" is not at the end of the list, since it's a stable/stein installation.

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answered 2019-12-06 07:51:19 -0500

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There have been no changes to the template format since the Rocky release, so we didn't end up adding new template versions for Stein/Train.

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answered 2019-12-06 06:53:53 -0500

I think stein is not support for HOT specification. Train is under development. Check below link for specification.

https://docs.openstack.org/heat/lates...

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