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From Clemens Stolle <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Release Apache CouchDB 2.0.0-rc.1
Date Thu, 15 Sep 2016 20:43:44 GMT
re: Docker

klaemo/couchdb:2.0.0-rc1-vote is now available.
klaemo/couchdb:2.0-dev (which runs the dev cluster) has als been updated to the latest RC.

Build, run, dev/run, fauxton, verify install all seem to work. So, thumbs up :)

In the next days I’ll add back GPG checks and get the image ready for submission to the
docker registry as part of the official CouchDB image.

> Am 15.09.2016 um 10:11 schrieb Jan Lehnardt <>:
>> On 14 Sep 2016, at 23:08, Joan Touzet <> wrote:
>> Hi Nick,
>> ----- Original Message -----
>>>  - Windows did not trust the installer, which might put cautious
>>>  users
>>>  off.
>> Interesting. The installer is signed by Symantec. You should be able to
>> verify this by opening the Properties dialog on the installer file itself.
>> Not sure what more we can do here, do you have any more knowledge?
>>>  - It ignored my attempt to change the installation directory to
>>>  D:\CouchDB and just installed in C:\CouchDB.
>> Fixed. We now pick the drive with the most free space (a Windows Installer
>> default behaviour), and respect your choice if you choose to pick a
>> different drive.
>> I can't upload a new rc unless this vote fails, so this will have to
>> be a Known Issue for the Windows installer for now. I suspect the PMC
>> can see their way clear to uploading a new convenience binary installer
>> for 2.0.0 once the vote passes.
> I think we are free to update revised versions of the installer during
> the vote. We are only voting on the source tarball, the rest is there
> for convenience. There is no obligation of course.
> FWIW, I fully intend to do some work on the Mac application before the
> 2.0.0 general release, and none of it touches the CouchDB part.
> Best
> Jan
> --
>>>  - The installed program did not appear in Control Panel, Programs
>>>  and
>>>  Features. But then I uninstalled and reinstalled, and it did
>>>  appear. Maybe
>>>  that was just a glitch.
>> I can't confirm this one, as I do see an entry in Programs and Features.
>> We also have an Uninstall link that we put in the Programs > Apache CouchDB
>> menu.
>>>  - Running couchdb.cmd brings up a shell saying "Kernel-poll not
>>>  supported; "K" parameter ignored". Not a big problem, but it would
>>>  be nice
>>>  to avoid errors.
>> We currently don't have a platform-specific way to specify the vm.args file.
>> If this error bothers you just edit the etc\vm.args file and remove the
>> line that says "+K true". Besides, who knows - maybe someday Windows Erlang
>> will support kernel polling! :)
>> -Joan
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