On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 11:21:24AM +0000, Gordan Bobic wrote:
> I recall there was a discussion 3+ months ago about rolling a
> new stable release of vserver. IIRC, the plan was to stabilize
> on a patch against kernel 3.0 with a backport later to RHEL6
the discussion and project was/is about stabilization,
but ultimately a new 'stable' release as well, of course
> Has this actually happened?
It is happening right now, go ahead, be part of it :)
> Is there a new stable release?
not yet, but ultimately there will be, and following
our numbering scheme, it will be vs2.4
> Is that what vs184.108.40.206 is?
no, but that is the development/experimental release
designated for stabilization, and the upcoming vs2.3.x
releases will be part of that stabilization process
ultimately leading to vs2.4-rcX, which at some point
will we relabeld vs2.4
stabilization is going slowly, but steady and with
good results IMHO, we already rewrote/cleaned up the
CoW link breaking and parts of the debug system, and
I'm currently preparing an advanced kernel build and
test system (but more about that in a later mail :)
Received on Sun Nov 27 11:43:43 2011