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Re: Fixed issue #1456, can this get into 1.3.0?

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2005-12-20 16:07:21 CET

On Tue, 20 Dec 2005, Max Bowsher wrote:

> David Summers wrote:
>> I (finally!) figured out a way to fix issue # 1456: Subversion RedHat
>> RPMs have bad interaction with NFS server/client.
>> This is causing NFS users to print copious amounts of log messages
>> saying that /home/david/..... or /home/dsummers/...... (the directories
>> I build my RPMs in) are not found on the host system.
>> Is this serious enough to put in to 1.3.0 or should it just go into the
>> normal bug fixes for 1.3.1?
>> (It doesn't cause any failures, just lots and lots of output and (some)
>> people have been living with it since the beginning).
> This is solely a change to files within packages/rpm/, right?
> If so, I'm happy with it going into 1.3.0 (with the usual voting),
> because I don't think the RPMs are officially soak tested, so I don't
> see that holding this change off to 1.3.1 buys us anything in terms of
> stability assurance.

Correct, This is just a couple line change to the packaging.

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