[ClusterLabs] Update on the Pacemaker 1.1.13 release
andrew at beekhof.net
Sun Jul 19 19:18:00 EDT 2015
I did tag 1.1.13, but as it happened right before a vacation I think I may have forgotten to announce it :-)
> On 23 Jun 2015, at 2:18 pm, Keisuke MORI <keisuke.mori+ha at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2015-06-22 23:12 GMT+09:00 Ken Gaillot <kgaillot at redhat.com>:
>> On 06/21/2015 10:17 PM, Digimer wrote:
>>> On 21/06/15 11:14 PM, Andrew Beekhof wrote:
>>>> Yet again I’ve been pulled into the world of OpenStack.
>>>> The bad news is that I’ve not been able to give any attention to finalising the 1.1.13 release.
>>>> The good news is that a tonne of work has been going into the master branch for Pacemaker and Pacemaker Remote.
>>>> I now have the task of getting that code stable for release in RHEL.
>>>> Looking at the release branch, there have only been 4 patches since the last RC:
>>>> + cib: Correctly add "update-origin", "update-client" and "update-user" attributes for cib
>>>> + pengine: cl#5130 - Only check the capacities of the nodes that are allowed to run the resource
>>>> + xml: Correctly create v1 patchsets when deleting attributes
>>>> + xml: Prevent potential use-of-NULL
>>>> So it seems to be in pretty good shape.
>>>> I see 2 main options at this point:
>>>> 1. Tag what we have as 1.1.13 and start on a 1.1.14 release
>>>> 2. Restart the release 1.1.13 process with what is in master
>>>> What would people prefer to happen?
>>> Might as well tag 1.1.13 and start on 1.1.14. Releases mark stable
>>> points in time, basically, and it sounds stable right now.
>> Agreed, people are getting accustomed to faster release cycles these
>> days, so getting 1.1.13 out the door now and 1.1.14 around the end of
>> the year would be great (or even earlier if features and fixes justify it).
> I would +1 for this, too.
> Our team has been trying to test 1.1.13-rc* these days and I would
> also consider that it is sufficiently stable and ready to use.
> It has been almost a year since 1.1.12 was released and I want a new toy:)
> Keisuke MORI
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