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How to find out which version of RHOSP is installed?

Hi Community,

I would like to know if there is a way, for example a command, to find out which RHOSP version is installed.

I understand that the command "openstack --version" gives the version of the unified CLI client rather than the OpenStack version itself.

Moreover, I'm not looking for the version of each individual component (e.g. Nova, Neutron, etc.), rather I'm looking for the version of the OpenStack collectively, e.g. RHOSP 10, 13, etc. or Newton, Queens, etc.

Thank you,

Regards,

Ahmed Ibrahim

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Re: How to find out which version of RHOSP is installed?

You can check which version of the nova-common package you're running and then match that with the versions of this link

The CLI command:

rpm -qi openstack-nova-common

https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Releases

Regards,

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Mission Specialist
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Re: How to find out which version of RHOSP is installed?

such and important question when you start diving into the depths of online documentation Smiley Happy thanks for this!

 

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Re: How to find out which version of RHOSP is installed?

on the Director, you can view it from thiis file

 

# cat /etc/rhosp-release
Red Hat OpenStack Platform release 13.0.5 (Queens)

which is managed by the rpm

# rpm -qf /etc/rhosp-release
rhosp-release-13.0.5-1.el7ost.noarch

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