[Gluster-users] CentOS Storage SIG Repo for 3.8 is behind 3 versions (3.8.5). Is it still being used and can I help?
Niels de Vos
ndevos at redhat.com
Sun Jan 15 19:16:04 UTC 2017
On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 11:01:38AM +0100, Pavel Szalbot wrote:
> Hi, you can install 3.8.7 from centos-gluster38-test using:
> yum --enablerepo=centos-gluster38-test install glusterfs
> I am not sure how QA works for CentOS Storage SIG, but 3.8.7 works same as
> 3.8.5 for me - libvirt gfapi is unfortunately broken, no other problems
Could you explain a little more of how this is broken? You would
probably do good to report a bug as well:
If the bug contain steps that we can follow to reproduce the problem you
are facing, it will be easier to investigate the cause and fix it.
> Btw 3.9 is short term maintenance release (
> On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 1:18 AM, Daryl lee <daryllee at ece.ucsb.edu> wrote:
> > Hey Gluster Community,
> > According to the community packages list I get the impression that 3.8
> > would be released to the CentOS Storage SIG Repo, but this seems to have
> > stopped with 3.8.5 and 3.9 is still missing all together. However, 3.7 is
> > still being updated and is at 3.7.8 so I am confused why the other two
> > versions have stopped.
> > I did some looking on the past posts to this list and found a conversation
> > about 3.9 on the CentOS repo last year but it looks like it's still not up
> > yet; possibly due to a lack of community involvement in the testing and
> > reporting back to whoever the maintainer is (which we don’t know yet)? I
> > might be in a position to help since I have a test environment that mirrors
> > my production environment setup that I would use for testing the patch
> > anyways, I might as well provide some good to the community.. At this
> > point I know to do " yum install --enablerepo=centos-gluster38-test
> > glusterfs-server" but I'm not sure who to tell if it works or not, and what
> > kind of info they are looking for. If someone wanted to give me a little
> > guidance that would be awesome, especially if it will save me from having
> > to switch to manually downloading packages.
> > I guess the basic question is do we expect releases to resume for 3.8 on
> > the CentOS Storage SIG repo or should I be looking to move to manual
> > patching for 3.8. Additionally, if the person who does the releases to the
> > CentOS Storage SIG is waiting for someone to tell them it looks fine, who
> > should I contact to do so?
> > Thanks!
> > Daryl
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