Release Samba4 alpha6 without full schema?
Matthias Dieter Wallnöfer
mwallnoefer at yahoo.de
Sun Jan 11 17:26:52 GMT 2009
I think that we are on a stable-enough stage for another alpha of SAMBA
4. The schema patch requires more work and more testing; this is true.
Also, I considered my message written in September 2008 and discovered
that nearly all requests have been satisfied.
Andrew Bartlett schrieb:
> I've been thinking about what we need to do, to try and release a Samba4
> alpha6 to the public, particularly before my talk at linux.conf.au in a
> weeks time.
> One item that I've been trying to hold the release for is to import the
> WSPP schema.
> We already have a copy of that schema in the sources, and it is more
> complete, but when I load it 'make test' takes much, much longer. I'm
> not yet fully confident that the full schema won't break things (and I
> know it shows up flaws in the OpenLDAP backend).
> We have also raised a number of bugs with Microsoft over their schema
> (and are not completely happy that this schema matches the Microsoft
> schema as actually used.
> As such, I'm wondering if we should not merge Sreepathi's patch until
> after the alpha release. We would still have a great set of features to
> announce, including in particular a solution to the DB-growth bug.
> Any thoughts?
> Andrew Bartlett
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