[Gluster-users] [Gluster-devel] Maintainer meeting minutes : 1st Oct, 2018
ykaul at redhat.com
Tue Oct 2 05:53:30 UTC 2018
On Tue, Oct 2, 2018, 8:21 AM Amar Tumballi <atumball at redhat.com> wrote:
> BJ Link
> - Bridge: https://bluejeans.com/217609845
> - Watch: https://bluejeans.com/s/eNNfZ
> - Jonathan (loadtheacc), Vijay Baskar, Amar Tumballi, Deepshikha,
> Raghavendra Bhat, Shyam, Kaleb, Akarsha Rai,
> AI from previous week
> - Status check on bi-weekly Bugzilla/Github issues tracker ? Any
> - Glusto Status and update?
> [added by sankarshan; possibly requires Glusto and Glusto-test
> maintainers] Status of Test Automation
> - Glusto and tests updates:
> - Glusto focus in Py3 port, alpha/beta branch for py3 possibly by next
> week, around 75% complete (ball park)
> - client and server need to be the same version of py (2 or 3)
> - Documentation and minor tweaks/polishing work
> - New feature in py3 would be the log format, would be configurable
> - Couple of issues:
> - scandir needing gcc, fixed upstream for this issue
> - cartplex
> - Glusto tests:
> - Priority is fixing the test cases, that are failing to get
> Glusto passing upstream
> - When running the tests as a suite, some tests are failing due
> to cleanup not correct in all test cases
> - Working on the above on a per component basis
> - Next up is py2->3, currently blocked on Glusto for some parts,
> certain other parts like IO modules are ported to py3
> - Post Glusto, porting of tests would take 2 months
> - Next: GD2 libraries, target Dec. to complete the work
> - Testing Glusto against release-5:
> - Can we run against RC0 for release-5?
> - Requires a setup, can we use the same setup used by the
> Glusto-tests team?
> I'd expect it to move to Ansible based setup.
> - AI: Glusto-tests team to run against release-5 and help
> provide results to the lists
> - Some components are being deprecated, so priorotization of
> correcting tests per component can leverage the same
> - AI: Vijay to sync with Amar on the list
> - Can we port Glusto and tests in parallel?
> - Interface to Gluto remains the same, and hence the port can
> start in parallel, but cannot run till Glusto port is ready, but first cut
> Glusto should be available in week, so work can start.
> Release 5:
> - Py3 patches need to be accomodated
> - Needs backports from master
> - noatime needs to be merged
> - gbench initial runs complete (using CentOS packages)
> - glusto, upgrade tests, release notes pending
> - Regression nightly issue handled on Friday, need to check health
> - Mid-Oct release looks feasible as of now, with an RC1 by end of
> this week or Monday next week
> GD2 release:
> - Can there be a production release, which just supports volume and
> peer life-cycle, but no features?
> - This may get us more users trying out, and giving feedback.
> - Not every users are using all the glusterd features like geo-rep,
> snapshot or quota.
> - Can we take it 1 step at a time, and treat it as a new project,
> and not a replacement ?
> - Ref: gluster-user email on gd2 status
> - AI: Take the discussion to mailing list
> - [Vijay] If we make it as separate releases, will it impact
> release of GCS?
> - [Amar] I don’t think so, it would be more milestones for the
> project, instead of just 1 big goal.
> Distributed-regression testing:
> - A few of the test is taking more time then expected.
> - One of them is tests/bugs/index/bug-1559004-EMLINK-handling.t is
> taking around 14 mins which adds up the overall time of running test suite
> (not just in distributed environment but also in centos7-regression).
> - Author of test or maintainer needs to look at it.
> New Peer/Maintainers proposals ?
> Round Table
> - [Kaleb] CVE in golang packages, so we need to update the bundle of
> Amar Tumballi (amarts)
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