Weekly status #320

Weekly status for the week of 9th October to 15th October.


An improvement was made to the lxc client when interacting with operations. If an event listener is not needed, the setup will now be skipped. Instead the /1.0/operations/<id>/wait endpoint will be called. This part of the ongoing work to accommodate the OpenFGA integration.

Apart from this change, a few bugs were fixed and the documentation was updated.

LXD highlights


  • Is it not always necessary to set up an event listener when interacting with operations via the client. For example, many client methods call queryOperation and then call Wait on the returned operation. Instead of setting up the event listener, the /1.0/operations/<id>wait endpoint will be called.
  • Add missing lxc config trust subcommands to bash auto-complete.
  • Add information about managing the snap.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed a bug where used by would contain duplicate entries for storage pools.
  • Resolved an issue where storage resources would contain the wrong serial number for disks.

All changes

The items listed below is all of the work which happened over the past week and which will be included in the next release.


LXD Charm

Distribution work

This section is used to track the work done in downstream Linux distributions to ship the latest LXD as well as work to get various software to work properly inside containers.


  • Nothing to report this week.


  • Bump versions of zfs, sqlite, qemu, and minio.
  • Don’t try to strip udev rules or systemd units.
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