On Fri, Apr 01, 2022 at 11:03:43AM +0200, Ulrich Windl wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2022 at 03:07:25PM +0100, Michael Ströder wrote:
>> Do you have any particular things in mind that need more thorough testing
>> before 2.6.2 is released?
> It was a general question. While it's nice that people run "make test"
> sometimes "make its", it would be even nicer if we got regular feedback
> from actual test environments. If we got people to publish any metrics
> they gather (performance or otherwise), we could even track the
> evolution of the software in a real world setting, I know I'm not asking
> for much ;)
Maybe maintain an OVL for each release, where "OVL" means "Operating
Verification List" ;-)
(The list of Operating System Releases where compilation and selftest
I don't think that's too helpful, since getting people to run OpenLDAP's
own self-tests has never been a problem in my view. It's running
the software with a real-world configuration that never seems to get
I know Shawn runs a few replication scenarios regularly. It would be
nice to know if we could get others to consider running the release
candidates in their own test or staging systems and what were the
perceived issues to getting that going.
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