On 29 September 2011 00:52, Milamber <milam...@apache.org> wrote:
> The third release candidate for JMeter 2.5.1 has been prepared, and your
> votes are solicited.
> This release fixes mainly some bugs appeared since JMeter 2.5, and
> contains few improvements.
> Tests (load tests and/or functional tests) with JVM 5/6/7 on
> Linux/Windows/Mac OS on functionality changes are welcomes (HttpClient
> 4.1 request, Http request with parallels embedded resources, View
> results tree, WebServices (SOAP) request, Async sample sending mode, etc.)
> List of changes:
> I hope that this 3rd RC will corrects all majors bugs.
> *I would like send special congratulations for Philippe M. and Sebb for
> their work and their improving the future version of JMeter. Thanks.*
> JMeter is a Java desktop application designed to load test functional
> behavior and measure performance. The current version is targeted at
> Java 1.5+.
> Archives/hashes/sigs and RAT report:
> MD5 hashes of archives for this vote:
> e72f17c352fa4d3469d042e6542dd36d *jakarta-jmeter-2.5.1.tgz
> 2ed9e7ef8c225a416fd58de1124b7242 *jakarta-jmeter-2.5.1.zip
> 7423d3eebbdf11c28b3aebcd8ed2e78a *jakarta-jmeter-2.5.1_src.tgz
> 2b5ab9e599ac08880f85f61dab899a53 *jakarta-jmeter-2.5.1_src.zip
> Site Docs are here:
> http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/jakarta/jmeter/tags/v2_5_1_RC3 (r1176908)
> Keys are here:
> To download the dependencies: "ant download_jars"
> To create the jars and test JMeter: "ant package test".
> JMeter 2.5 requires Java 1.5 or later.
> Note that there is a bug in Java on some Linux systems that manifests
> itself as the following error when running the test cases or JMeter itself:
> [java] WARNING: Couldn't flush user prefs:
> java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Not supported: indent-number
> This does not affect JMeter operation.
> All feedback (and votes!) welcome.
> [ ] +1 I support this release
> [ ] +0 I am OK with this release
> [ ] -0 OK, but....
> [ ] -1 I do not support this release (please indicate why)
> The vote will remain open for at least 72 hours.
> Note: If the vote passes, the intention is to release the archive files
> and rename the RC tag as the release tag.
> Thanks in advance!
The 72 hours are up.
Although some additional bugs have surfaced, as far as I know these
aren't regressions, so users are no worse off running 2.5.1, and in
many respects it is better than 2.5.
Therefore I think we should continue with the release.
However, the known bugs section does not mention Bug 51918 and Bug
51919 so we should probably mention those in the announcement.
"Version 2.5 introduced a concurrent download feature for embedded
HTML resources. Unfortunately this may result in corrupted downloads
or other errors (bugs 51918 and 51919). We will fix these bugs as soon
as possible; meanwhile the feature should not be used".
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