On Fri, 04 Sep 2015, Martin Kosek wrote:
It is now only couple days before Fedora 23 Beta freeze  and as we
discussed, we would like to release FreeIPA 4.2.1, which already contains 148
patches on top of FreeIPA 4.2.0, mostly stabilization of the new 4.2 features
or upgrade fixes.
IIRC, we miss 2 dependencies:
1) pki-ca 10.2.6
This is still waiting in Updates Testing . We need 3 positive karma (only if
it works of course) to make it move to stable updates repo and so that we do
not have broken deps.
10.2.6-7.f22 works for me well. Didn't test F23 yet.
2) sssd 1.13.1
This upstream release does not officially exist, AFAIK, only in a COPR repo. I
see 2 options here:
- SSSD project releases 1.13.1 to Fedora 23 Beta too and we can keep the
- SSSD 1.13.0 in Fedora 23 kindly adds the missing patch that caused us to bump
the requires and we set the requires in Fedora 23 to 1.13.0.
Jakub, any preference?
I would prefer getting 1.13.1 out.
We also need to get krb5 update for KDC client referrals. Robby is
working on that at bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1259844
The patch is ready, we just need to push out the packages.
Besides the package requiremenst, What patches do you want to include to do the
release in the end of today or the beginning of the next week?
I'd like to see client referral (ticket 3559) fixes in 4.2.1. Patches
are on the list and require krb5 update.
/ Alexander Bokovoy
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