From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Fri 12 Dec 2003 - 16:37:06 GMT
On Fri, Dec 12, 2003 at 04:06:14PM +0100, Fritz Kron wrote:
> Hi Herbert,
> On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 15:11:43 +0100
> Herbert Poetzl <herbert_at_13thfloor.at> wrote:
> > On Fri, Dec 12, 2003 at 02:17:24PM +0100, Fritz Kron wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > Hi Fritz!
> > > We just got the v1.21 patched kernel up (debian) and are
> > > very interested in diffs to get the 0.29 tools running.
> > >
> > > BTW. ? whats about the bugs in V1.2 Jonathan Sambrook wrote
> > > patches for, is v1.21 realy stable or is it just alot of
> > > work compiling and installing the stuff for crashing the server?
> > 1.20/21 does contain a bugfix Jonathan and I did, it
> > does not contain the sem replacement Jonathan posted
> > yesterday ;)
> that means 1.21 should work quite stable and will not be
> outdated in some weeks?
it should be stable, and it will be updated/fixed when
we discover/fix new bugs ... new features will be added
in 1.3.x/1.4 ...
> > > What is the meaning of "STABLE" - some kind of testing versions?
> > what is the meaning of "testing version"? something the
> > people don't even look at, because they stick to the
> > 'stable' releases?
> > how do you think, vserver should evolve?
> It seems changes and releases are done a little bit too fast,
well, in my opinion they can't be too fast, you can always
stick to the older versions, so where is the difference?
> which version do you suggest to use for production environment?
> (nameserver, customers etc)
currently 1.21 (it should be the stablest version for now)
> > if 'stable' for you means that the code is bugfree, you
> > have to do a logical proof for it, this can be done for
> > 20-30 lines of code, welcome to the real world ...
> > every 'bug' I'm informed of, will be fixed as soon as
> > possible, that's exactly what we did for vs1.21, if
> > you think ctx-17 is more stable, or ctx-12 or whatever,
> > please feel free to use that version or none at all ...
> Sure there will be bugs in newly written code and
> after some bugfixes and testing it gets often ;) more "Stable".
> What are the future plans for vserver?
world domination, fast ...
... oops wrong project ;)
> Is there a team of developers working together making releases
> or will there be a lot of different releases from each developer one?
regarding the kernel, there is Alexey (which does his own
branch), Jacques and myself, the userspace tools are Jacques
and Enrico ... some distro specific tools/issues are done
by other community members ...
> You guys make good work so far, thank you!
thank You, for using vserver
> regards Fritz
> > best,
> > Herbert
> > > kind regards Fritz
> > >
> > > On Fri, 12 Dec 2003 11:49:31 +0100
> > > "Thomas Gebhardt" <gebhardt_at_hrz.uni-marburg.de> wrote:
> > >
> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > has anyone already made patches for making .deb files from the
> > > > vserver 0.29 tools? The last patch on ftp.debian.org is
> > > > vserver_0.26-2.diff.gz and does not apply cleanly to the
> > > > 0.29 sources. Some debian patches already got merged into 0.29,
> > > > and some other stuff has changed, so it requires some manual
> > > > fixes and insight to get things right. If anyone has already
> > > > done the hard part, I'd hesitate to do the work again :-)
> > > >
> > > > Thanks, Thomas
> > > >
> > > >
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