On Tue, 25 Nov 2014, Martin Kosek wrote:
On 11/20/2014 01:09 PM, Martin Kosek wrote:
We seem to have enough content to release 4.1.2 that will be required to fix
some of the Fedora 21 blockers:
and Freeze exception:
Current plan is to release stabilization release 4.1.2 with what we have as it
contains the important installation and upgrade fixes.
The only problem there is that some patches require components that are not in
Fedora stable repos, more specifically commits:
7aa855a3 -> requiring new certmonger
4e119311 -> requiring new pki-core
We can release 4.1.2 with them, but they would need to be removed from Fedora
21 downstream release and added back in normal 0day Fedora 21 update.
Alternative way would be to just include selected patches for existing Fedora
Any comments, what else are missing in 4.1.2? I only know about
which is ACKed at the moment, AFAIK.
We will need to release 4.1.2 today to make sure that the 4.1.2 release can be
picked up in CentOS FreeIPA container.
Petr1, I assume you will do the build now :-) We just need to make sure that
any pending acked patches are pushed. We also need to make sure that our new
dependencies (like the POODLE ones) that were built for Fedora are also in our
CentOS repo so that FreeIPA 4.1.2 is still well installlable there.
My patch 0170 is needed for trusts to ease debugging in a typical case
of firewall/replication issues.
/ Alexander Bokovoy
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