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Re: Rolling 1.10.0-rc2

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_apache.org>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2018 09:00:36 +0100

Julian Foad wrote:
> Can anyone volunteer to review this important block-read fix?
> (adding to CC: some people who might)

Thanks for your review, stefan2!

We now need one more review.

- Julian

> Philip Martin wrote:
>> Julian Foad writes:
>>> How do you feel about the amount of test coverage we are giving this
>>> block-read code so far -- is it sufficient for a 1.10.0 release? And
>>> should I roll RC2 ASAP or not?
>> The block-read fix in STATUS still needs approval.
>> As well as running the regression tests with block-read enabled I've
>> also been putting some real repositories through block-read mode.  I've
>> used the original Collab Subversion repository: 40,000 revisions and
>> about 0.5GB, the Subversion part of the ASF repository: 1.8M revisions
>> and about 1.5GB, and the GCC repository: 250,000 revisions and about
>> 9GB.  I've done both dump/load and svnsync, with svnsync writing over
>> http: and svn:.  Writing over network protocols puts the FSFS cache in
>> the server process and that allows me to access the same cache with read
>> requests such as 'svnbench null-export' while the commits are being
>> made.
>> I've not had any further problems with these tests.
Received on 2018-03-26 10:00:42 CEST

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