Releases, locking and ldb
metze at samba.org
Wed Jun 28 19:47:51 UTC 2017
>> The only good news is that I have confirmed that 4.6 fails with 1.1.31
>> for 'make test TESTS=fsmo', and that the proposed 1.1.32 fixes this
>> specific test.
>> This took me the whole work day, so the lack of a clear resolution is a
>> little deflating, but I hope this helps.
Thanks for all these tests!
> I think the best course of action is to say the supported version of
> ldb for 4.6 is the version it shipped with, nothing else. There is
> nothing gained by including the more recent patches, only risk.
> I would suggest to un-release the 1.1.30 and 1.1.31 versions from the
> download page to avoid packaging by distributions (replace with a note
> saying they are withdrawn).
I also thought about something similar.
I'd also try to add a maxversion and/or a blacklist
to CHECK_BUNDLED_SYSTEM_PKG() and put that to 4.6 and 4.5.
I'll also try to see if I get something like your
ldb.h #ifdef _SAMBA_BUILD_
hack also to work.
>> Please advise what the most useful next step towards a resolution here
> Sorry to be a bother, but due to timezones and the few working hours
> before the freeze I need to ask to ensure I apply my time most
> What are the next steps I need to do to progress this?
Maybe review my gensec patches I posted yesterday
and try to get some more content for the WHATSENEW.txt,
then I'll have more time to think about the ldb stuff
and propose a final solution. (I'm pretty sure we'll get there in time:-)
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