[chandler-users] Fwd: [cosmo-dev] Cosmo 0.17 QA Session June 20th,
travis at osafoundation.org
Tue Jun 24 12:21:34 PDT 2008
We're currently testing on trunk, but at some point we'll branch for
the next release (which, as Randy pointed out this morning, is 0.16,
not 0.17, whoops!). I'll make sure to send a note here with a link to
the new branch head when that happens.
Thanks again for any help, and please feel free to ask any questions
On Jun 23, 2008, at 5:06 PM, bak wrote:
> Randy Letness wrote:
>> Travis Vachon wrote:
>>> Hi bak
>>> Well, probably the most useful thing would be testing the latest
>>> version with your own data sets before we release and reporting any
>>> bugs you find. Do you generally install from Subversion, or do you
>>> use the release tarballs? We don't currently build tarballs for
>>> anything prior to release candidates, but it would definitely be
>>> worth our time if we knew there were people like you interested in
>>> helping us test.
>>> If you were to help with this, I imagine you'd want to use a
>>> copy of your database, since you don't want to run the risk of
>>> corrupting your production data. I'm not sure that we have any
>>> specific data on that procedure, but I'd certainly be more than
>>> to provide support for that process on #cosmo on irc.freednode.net.
>>> Randy, is there anything on the wiki (or even in the mysql docs)
>>> might help with this?
>> Its just a regular backup of the database your are using. For Derby
>> that means copying the "db" directory. For mysql it means doing a
>> dump using "mysqldump". Any testing with new or old data is
> I use the MySQL backend currently, since I have a need for other MySQL
> databases. I usually take a backup just before upgrading as it is.
> worry would be finding problems with the DB 48 hours after I bring up
> the new code :)
> I'll give that some thought. Maybe a couple dummy users or a
> or something.
> I see your svn tree. Is it trunk testing you have in mind, or would
> folks like to just drop me a note (or maybe there's some other
> notification that'd make sense) when there's a tag/branch/revision# I
> should try out?
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