From: En Chiang Lee <ena@in...> - 2005-03-22 09:49:38
The 1.2.1 release has a bug which doesn't allow nodes to join the
cluster after the init node has failed over. This has been fixed on the
stable branch. Is this sufficient reason to release 1.2.2?
From: Brian J. Watson <Brian.J.Watson@hp...> - 2005-03-23 03:43:30
Hi En Chiang,
Last week, Bruce was talking about at least rolling a new kernel and
making a 1.2.2 release with it. This bug certainly sounds serious enough
to justify rolling any other packages that are needed to fix it.
First, please sync recent changes from the Fedora stable branch to
Debian, and vice versa. Then sync any recent changes from the Fedora
stable branch (which by now also includes the recent Debian changes) to
the Red Hat stable branch. There shouldn't be any recent Red Hat changes
that need syncing back to Fedora.
After that, please proceed with creating and testing the 1.2.2 release.
Everybody else, the stable branches are now frozen unless you're working
on something that should be part of 1.2.2. If you are, please let En
Chiang and I know.
En Chiang Lee wrote:
> Hi Bruce,
> The 1.2.1 release has a bug which doesn't allow nodes to join the
> cluster after the init node has failed over. This has been fixed on the
> stable branch. Is this sufficient reason to release 1.2.2?
> En Chiang