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From Arthur Naseef <...@amlinv.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] What would have happened if Nexus release failed...
Date Sun, 24 Jun 2018 20:15:12 GMT
Just my personal opinion here... If you have all the release artifacts
ready to publish, and it's simply a matter of a recoverable Nexus failure,
then go ahead an re-publish.  As long as the integrity of the release is
intact.

Is there a concern with an unrecoverable Nexus failure?

Art


On Fri, Jun 22, 2018 at 8:16 AM, Clebert Suconic <clebert.suconic@gmail.com>
wrote:

> On our release procedures, what would happen if Nexus failed to
> release the repository?
>
> We would need to restart the whole process and another vote to
> validate checksums, etc.. even if it's the same git TAG? (I could just
> recover release.properties created and re-upload it.. but that's a
> different binary generation.. signed again).
>
> I'm asking that because I freaked out for a few minutes where nexus
> did not want to release 2.6.2 for my repository.
>
> A simple retry fixed it. but it made me think.. what is the procedure
> if it didn't?
>
> I could of course ask help for Infra, but What would happen if I had
> to drop the repository and redo the release?
>
> Did anyone ever experienced issues during the release phase?
>

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