pulp.server.managers.event.remote requires qpid.messaging
I noticed today that pulp.server.managers.event.remote has these two import statements:
16 from qpid.messaging import Connection 17 from qpid.messaging.exceptions import ConnectionError, MessagingError
I believe we should strive to be message broker agnostic as an upstream project, so we should not require qpid.messaging. Here are two suggested fixes:
1) It has been proposed that we could simply remove the feature provided by this module. It may not be very useful, especially since users can now monitor Celery tasks.
2) We could rework this module to use Kombu for message broker abstraction.
I would like to suggest that we make this low priority on 2.4. It's not a regression, since we didn't support rabbitmq in 2.3. It would be nice though since we are trying to allow users to choose rabbitmq for 2.4.
+ This bug was cloned from Bugzilla Bug #1103354 +
Updated by rbarlow over 8 years ago
I think this one is more of a defect than a task, since it is the only element of Pulp that actually does require a Qpid dependency. For Rabbit users this would be annoying.
It could be argued as a feature too I suppose since it's about supporting Rabbit with our event system.
+ This comment was cloned from Bugzilla #1103354 comment 1 +
Updated by bmbouter over 4 years ago
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