[Linux-ha-dev] 2.0.1 code freeze coming ~~ Thursday
horms at verge.net.au
Tue Aug 16 23:09:40 MDT 2005
On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 02:04:40PM +0900, Horms wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 16, 2005 at 10:29:53PM -0600, Alan Robertson wrote:
> > Alan Robertson wrote:
> > >Fair warning (more or less).
> > >
> > >But, many of you have already jumped in with patches anyway - as well
> > >you should :-)
> > To make it perfectly clear...
> > This will be a ZERO error test run after the code freeze.
> > NO errors or bad newses will be allowed.
> > I filtered out way too many before.
> > Better start making sure it'll pass...
> Hi Alan,
> I just ironed out a minor packaging problem on Debian - riloe.so
> needed to be removed. And I have bumped the upstream version to 2.0.1
> in debian/changlog.
> My main outstanding issue is the SSL licence problem.
> I won't be able to upload 2.X to Debian until that is resolved.
I just remembered one other minor debian problem relating it to having
different versions of ping and only one of them working with IPaddr. I
will investigate if this is a problem, and if so if should be fixed by a
dependancy, or by making the heartbeat code more flexible. But in any
case it could easily be done in a debian-speficic way post-release and
then rolled back into the tree later. But I'll try and get some less
vauge information to this list today or tomorrow.
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