Hi guys, Any updates on the 3.3.2 release schedule? Trying to plan a release myself and wondering if I'll have to go to production with patched 3.3.1 or have time to QA with the 3.3.2 release.
Thanks, Camille -----Original Message----- From: Patrick Hunt [mailto:ph...@apache.org] Sent: Thursday, September 23, 2010 12:45 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Fix release 3.3.2 planning, status. Looking at the JIRA queue for 3.3.2 I see that there are two blockers, one is currently PA and the other is pretty close (it has a patch that should go in soon). There are a few JIRAs that already went into the branch that are important to get out there ASAP, esp ZOOKEEPER-846 (fix close issue found by hbase). One issue that's been slowing us down is hudson. The trunk was not passing it's hudson validation, which was causing a slow down in patch review. Mahadev and I fixed this. However with recent changes to the hudson hw/security environment the patch testing process (automated) is broken. Giri is working on this. In the mean time we'll have to test ourselves. Committers -- be sure to verify RAT, Findbugs, etc... in addition to verifying via test. I've setup an additional Hudson environment inside Cloudera that also verifies the trunk/branch. If issues are found I will report them (unfortunately I can't provide access to cloudera's hudson env to non-cloudera employees at this time). I'd like to clear out the PAs asap and get a release candidate built. Anyone see a problem with shooting for an RC mid next week? Patrick