tl;dr: it's a notice/RFC that `do_cmake.sh` won't pass do Debug build
anymore after https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/30250 gets merged.
long story: i am refactoring do_cmake.sh so we can build Release build
by passing '-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release' to it. so i can leverage the
existing scripts for running performance test. the reason why i'd
prefer change the existing behavior is that i want to keep do_cmake.sh
simpler and straightforward, if we want to keep
"-DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug" as the default behavior, we would need to
either introduce another command line argument or parse and for this
parameter passed in.
instead, run-make-check.sh will pass -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug to
cmake, so if you are using this script to build your tree or run "make
check", you are not impacted.
please let me know if you have any concerns. otherwise, i will update
this script by the end of the week (Oct 12).
Observing this since May 2019 in different machines.
1. A fresh installation of Fedora 29 or Fedora 30.
2. Clone ceph repo.
5. The login screen go in loops.
In some instances, the booting never reach the login screen. I remember
I was able to boot to single user mode the first time I saw this, but my
attempts didn't fix the problem back then with the GUI.
It doesn't happen with CentOS Linux release 7.7.1908 (Core). So I use
For a long time now I've been planning to refactor SubmittingPatches.rst, and
this week I finally got to doing it.
The PR - https://github.com/ceph/ceph/pull/30705 - is open and I'm hereby
soliciting reviews and comments on it.
I'd especially like to call your attention to the new
SubmittingPatches-backports.rst section, where I have attempted to "codify"
(and explain the reasoning behind) the current state of backporting best
practices that the Ceph project has developed over the years.
If you are currently, or plan to be, involved in backporting patches to the
stable branches in the Ceph git repo, your input is most welcome. Just add
comments/reviews to the PR.
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