[Chandler-dev] Re: [Cosmo-dev] IRC QA session, Wednesday,
Feb 7th 11:00 AM PST
jared at wordzoo.com
Wed Feb 7 08:35:41 PST 2007
Aparna Kadakia wrote:
> The existing production data on our hosted service, osaf.us, has been
> migrated to a staging instance, lab.osaf.us for testing purposes.
> If you have existing calendars published on osaf.us, they should now be
> available on lab.osaf.us with the same username/passwords.
> The migrated Cosmo instance is available at: http://lab.osaf.us:4002/cosmo/
Additional context for anyone wishing to participate:
* osaf.us is still the production (ie, live) instance. All changes made
to any accounts on lab.osaf.us will be thrown away later. You can test
your account freely on lab.osaf.us without any impact on your "real"
account at osaf.us. Please don't accidently leave your Chandler pointed
* As with production/live data, of course only you can access your
lab.osaf.us account. All security policies protecting the live data at
osaf.us apply to the lab.osaf.us instance.
* This "Cosmo 0.6 upgrade" testing is necessary because the Cosmo schema
changed between Cosmo 0.5 and Cosmo 0.6. Our testing consists of
running Cosmo's database migration script and this "spot checking" of
the results that we're doing. If we miss problems during this round of
testing, these same problems will appear when we later upgrade osaf.us
> - Change the Cosmo Sharing Service in the Chandler account dialog to
> point to the new server(lab.osaf)
Aparna, what impact does have on your production osaf.us account? After
testing, when a user switches back to osaf.us, will test changes get
propagated back to their "live" account at osaf.us? We wouldn't want
that to happen. (I personally am testing using separate Chandler
profile/repositories than my real account.)
> - Start a new Chandler profile, and sync that profile to the new
> server, compare with an original Chandler still pointing at osaf.us
Ah, this should probably go first :) That is, "keep an original
Chandler" while doing the above lab.osaf.us testing.
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