[Users] [QE] 3.3.2 Release tracker

Sandro Bonazzola sbonazzo at redhat.com
Wed Nov 6 16:11:10 UTC 2013


as you may know, we're planning to build oVirt 3.3.2 beta really soon and release 3.3.2 by early December.
I have created a tracker bug (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1027349) for this release.
Beta build will be composed in 2 weeks.

The following is a list of the bugs with target 3.3.2 or 3.3:

Whiteboard	Bug ID	Summary
infra	987982	When adding a host through the REST API, the error message says that "rootPassword" is required...
infra	1017267	Plaintext user passwords in async_tasks database
infra	992883	VdsManager.OnTimer loads VDS instead of VdsDynamic
infra	1020344	Power Managent with cisco_ucs problem
infra	1009899	exportDbSchema scripts generates output file with wrong name
integration	1022440	AIO - configure the AIO host to be a gluster cluster/host
integration	1026926	engine-cleanup (and possible engine-setup) does not affect runtime value of shmmax
integration	902979	ovirt-live - firefox doesn't trust the installed engine
integration	1021805	oVirt Live - use motd to show the admin password
network	1019818	Support OpenStack Havana layer 2 agent integration
network	988002	[oVirt] [network] Add button shouldn't appear on specific network
network	987916	[oVirt] [provider] Dialog doesn't update unless focus lost
network	987999	[oVirt] [provider] Add button shouldn't appear on specific provider
storage	915753	Deadlock detected during creation vms in pool
storage	987917	[oVirt] [glance] API version not specified in provider dialog
storage	1024449	Check the performance with lvm-2.02.100-7
virt	1007940	Cannot clone from snapshot while using GlusterFS as POSIX Storage Domain
?	991267	[RFE] Add TUI information to log file.

Please set the target to 3.3.2 and add the bug to the tracker if you think that 3.3.2 should not be released without it fixed.

Please also update the target to 3.3.3 or any next release for bugs that won't be in 3.3.2: it will ease gathering the blocking bugs for next releases.

For those who want to help testing the bugs, I suggest to add yourself as QA contact for the bug.

Sandro Bonazzola
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