On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 2:14 AM, Sven Kieske <svenkieske(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 24.02.2016 15:09, Sandro Bonazzola wrote:
> The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the availability
> of the Fourth Release Candidate of oVirt 3.6.3 for testing, as of
> 24th, 2016
> This release is available now for Fedora 22,
> Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7, CentOS Linux 6.7 (or similar) and
> Red Hat Enterprise Linux >= 7.2, CentOS Linux >= 7.2 (or similar).
> This release supports Hypervisor Hosts running
> Red Hat Enterprise Linux >= 7.2, CentOS Linux >= 7.2 (or similar) and
> Fedora 22.
> Highly experimental support for Debian 8.3 Jessie has been added too.
> This release candidate includes updated packages for:
> - ovirt-engine
> - vdsm
> - ovirt-hosted-engine-ha
> - ovirt-hosted-engine-setup
> This release of oVirt 3.6.3 includes numerous bug fixes.
> See the release notes  for an initial list of the new features and
> Please refer to release notes  for Installation / Upgrade
> A new oVirt Live ISO will be available soon .
> Please note that mirrors may need usually one day before being
> * Read more about the oVirt 3.6.3 release highlights:
> * Get more oVirt Project updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ovirt
> * Read more about oVirt Project community events:
>  http://www.ovirt.org/release/3.6.3/
Is it intentional, that all links to BZ have disappeared from the
release notes (afaik they where there on the old wiki site, but it's
late, so maybe I'm wrong)?
No it isn't intentional. a bug in the migration tool dropped all bz
references ( https://github.com/oVirt/ovirt-site/issues/98
I'm talking about the "bugs fixed" section.
furthermore it is not anymore updated what exactly was fixed in the last
I found the old format way more helpful.
I agree. I'm trying to fix the release notes for today GA.
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