Hmm, maybe “should”, but certainly isn’t:
Thanks for your interest in OpenNebula. We are evaluating your request. You will receive an email within a few days with the migration package if you have provided the required info and meet the terms of the OpenNebula Software License Agreement for Non-Commercial Use.
I have to admit that I only read the notes half-heartedly (having upgraded my installations to 5.10 about 6 months ago without any issues), but it’s a bloody minor upgrade, so what? And yes, that
dpkg -i opennebula-migration-community*.deb didn’t work I put down to the Community Edition vs. Enterprise stuff:
So, from my point of view, this …
User of the Community Edition of OpenNebula can upgrade from the previous stable version if they are running a non-commercial OpenNebula cloud. In order to access the migrator package a request needs to be made through this online form.
… should actually read:
WARNING! SERIOUSLY, READ THIS!! DANGER, WILL ROBINSON!!!
If you intend to upgrade a Community Edition of OpenNebula, you MUST STOP NOW and request the related migrator package via this online form FIRST: Upgrading will FAIL until you were granted access to the migrator package!
Unfortunately, it doesn’t, and now my OpenNebula cloud is down – until, some cloudy day, some entity graciously grants access to the opennebula-migration-community .deb …
Not amused, a minor upgrade totally breaking the system — ich kann nicht soviel essen, wie ich kotzen könnte. Gna!