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), it can be a useful technique for developers seeking a quicker hack-then-test cycle, and also when attempting to isolate root-causes for some subset of overcloud stack update behavior.Ok, with that disclaimer clearly stated, here's how you do it: Lets take a specific example - I want to update only the Controller Nodes Post Deployment resource which is defined in - this is a resource that maps to a nested stack that uses the cluster configuration interfaces I described in this previous post to apply puppet in a series of steps to all controller nodes.Here's our overcloud (some CLI output removed for brevity): $ heat resource-list overcloud | grep Controller Nodes Post| Controller Nodes Post Deployment |e67fff24-8089-4cf8-adf4-9c6064bf01d6 |OS:: Triple O:: Controller Post Deployment | CREATE_COMPLETE |2016-06-08T |$ heat stack-list -n | grep "^| e67fff24-8089-4cf8-adf4-9c6064bf01d6"| e67fff24-8089-4cf8-adf4-9c6064bf01d6 |overcloud-Controller Nodes Post Deployment-smy5ygz2lc26| UPDATE_COMPLETE | 2016-06-08T | 2016-06-09T |01c51e7e-ad2f-41d3-b056-3c4c84395114 |Note here the first column is the stack ID, and the last is the parentstack ID (e.g "overcloud" above).deb hardy multiverse deb-src hardy multiverse deb hardy-updates multiverse deb-src hardy-updates multiverse ## Uncomment the following two lines to add software from the ‘backports’ ## repository. ## Also, please note that software in backports WILL NOT receive any review ## or updates from the Ubuntu security team.Where can I get the old repositories for Ubuntu versions? I found all the official repositories and their mirrors have been removed.

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