Release: CMD-OS-1.1.3

CMD-OS 1.1.3 (CMD for OpenStack) is a revision of the Cloud Middleware Distribution, targeted for use with OpenStack Mitaka.It contains updates for CentOS7 and Ubuntu Xenial.

Contact Info
For further information about the distribution, its goals and surrounding processes, and more information about how to engage as a Technology Provider with EGI, please send an Email to: cto (at)

Technical Contact Info
For any bugs and issues you encounter that are not described in the release notes of this release, or the related documentation provided by the Technology Providers, please visit the EGI Helpdesk  to make a report.

Release Notes
This release contains the following:

  • cASO - pluggable extractor of Cloud Accounting Usage Records from an OpenStack installation; please carefully read these release notes if you are upgrading
  • cloud-info-provider - generates a representation of cloud resources, that can be published inside a BDII or any other component like the INDIGO Configuration Management Database (CMDB); further details in the release notes
  • ooi - an implementation the Open Grid Forum Open Cloud Computing Interface (OCCI) for OpenStack. This is a bugfix release, see complete list of bug fixes here

Additional Details

Installation Notes
All products in CMD-OS 1.1.3 were verified against EGI's current Quality Criteria. Installation and configuration notes are available in the EGI repository.

Known Issues
This update needs a fix for the CentOS7 part (Xenial not affected): a CERN RDO mirror must be configured on the host, as the main RDO is not available any more.

Please run the following for the CentOS7 version of CMD-OS:

# yum install

Please visit for known issues.

Change Log
Please see the Release Notes.

Repository URL

CMD-OS-1.1.3 Products
ProductPlatforms SupportedProvided By
cASO 1.1.1centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-xenial/amd64IFCA
cloud-info-provider 0.8.3centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-xenial/amd64INFOPROVIDER
ooi 1.1.2centos7/x86_64, ubuntu-xenial/amd64IFCA

This entry was posted in CMD-OS-1. Bookmark the permalink.