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Re: Current stable tag slip status 24-Mar-2005

From: Raphael Marmier <raphael@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 26 Mar 2005 00:30:16 +0100

As I have a SMP box sitting around in the corner with df current, I would be glad to do some testing for you or to give full access to anyone wishing to try to reproduce the IPV4 problem on a non-production machine.

The machine is ready for you to trash ;)



Matthew Dillon wrote:
    Ok, the tag wasn't slipped yesterday and it isn't going to be slipped
    today either... it can ALMOST be slipped, but some backwards
    compatibility issues for binaries came up related to the TLS code
    which absolutely must be fixed before the stable tag can be slipped.

    The IPV4 issue is still gnawing at me but I haven't decided whether it
    is serious enough to wait for it or not, yet.

So, the tag might possibly be slipped tomorrow sometime. We are very close.

This is the current status for slipping the stable tag:

make seg-fault - fixed
Opera/Firefox stalls - fixed TCP 'sent too much' panic - fixed
Installer update - done
ppbus init panic - fixed (gcc-3.4 bug)
(reported by Joroen Ruigrok/asmodai)
IPV4 connection problems - still diagnosing (probably SMP related)
(reported by Peter Avalos)
TCP Flooding issue - still diagnosing
(reported by Atte Peltomaki)
NFS TCP connection failure - fixed
TLS CODE ISSUES - in-progress.

Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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