[LinuxFailSafe] FailSafe, comments, bug tracking?
vasa at cthulhu.engr.sgi.com
Sun Aug 27 00:24:23 MDT 2000
Joshua Rodman wrote:
> Hi all:
> I'm starting to go through the cluster_services commands and taking notes
> to understand them better as I go. I'll be reading through the arch docs
> I promised to look at a while ago as I now have the need (shame on me).
> I'm sharing my notes with David here at SuSE, and they'll become one big
> textfile I can dash off to anyone interested. They're mainly a bunch of
> nitpicks at the moment, but they may grow over time into some more real
> docs on the system.
> Question #1 - Is this redundant?
> Selfish question, yes.. I could look, but I am looking at lots of things
> failsafe, so I thought I'd ask if anyone knew.
> Next, among other things, I'm identifying bugs (trivial so far.. but hey).
> Eventually I'll create patches, but I was wondering what the plan was for
> defect tracking.
> Question #2 - How will/does defect tracking work?
> It would be trivial to use sourceforge's if nothing else. I clicked
> around on oss.sgi.com a bit and didn't see any bugzillas, gnats, or any
> such equivalent. How is this working for your projects?
> Maybe this is premature, I'd just hate to see defects get lost in the
In my presentation at the FailSafe symposium I had briefly talked about
bug tracking via bugzilla. It has been implemented for FailSafe at
http://oss.sgi.com/bugzilla. I will add the link to the main FailSafe
Could you re-phrase question # 1 for me, maybe expand a bit on what you
mean by 'redundant' (as in redundant failsafe services?)
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