On Sep 17, 2014, at 11:41, David Strejc <david strejc gmail com> wrote:
Our upgrade story for every Origin milestone has been to run parallel deployments and migrate apps from the older deployment to the newer one based on their source code. (Community members have developed and shared other migration tools as well.) So from this perspective, the process of migration from Origin M4 to M5 will be the same.
My comments are related to the idea that anyone running a production OpenShift system right now will probably need some time to plan and deploy a parallel system based on the new technologies. I don't want to have to tell those folks (and you) that the "region" support is not available to them until after they've migrated to M5, especially if their deployment plan involves some months of testing and rollout after M5 has been released. Sorry if that wasn't clear before.
But - we can't make a determination about the fix either way until we understand how extensive the missing functionality is. My hope is that the differences are small, easy to merge and test, and that we can have updated RPMs in a fairly short timeframe.