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From Chiwan Park <chiwanp...@icloud.com>
Subject Re: Testing Apache Flink 0.9.0-rc1
Date Mon, 08 Jun 2015 17:00:44 GMT
Hi. I’m very excited about preparing a new major release. :)
I just picked two tests. I will report status as soon as possible.

Chiwan Park

> On Jun 9, 2015, at 1:52 AM, Maximilian Michels <mxm@apache.org> wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> As previously discussed, the Flink developer community is very eager to get
> out a new major release. Apache Flink 0.9.0 will contain lots of new
> features and many bugfixes. This time, I'll try to coordinate the release
> process. Feel free to correct me if I'm doing something wrong because I
> don't no any better :)
> To release a great version of Flink to the public, I'd like to ask everyone
> to test the release candidate. Recently, Flink has received a lot of
> attention. The expectations are quite high. Only through thorough testing
> we will be able to satisfy all the Flink users out there.
> Below is a list from the Wiki that we use to ensure the legal and
> functional aspects of a release [1]. What I would like you to do is pick at
> least one of the tasks, put your name as assignee in the link below, and
> report back once you verified it. That way, I hope we can quickly and
> thoroughly test the release candidate.
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BhyMPTpAUYA8dG8-vJ3gSAmBUAa0PBSRkxIBPsZxkLs/edit
> Best,
> Max
> Git branch: release-0.9-rc1
> Release binaries: http://people.apache.org/~mxm/flink-0.9.0-rc1/
> Maven artifacts:
> https://repository.apache.org/content/repositories/orgapacheflink-1037/
> PGP public key for verifying the signatures:
> http://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=vindex&search=0xDE976D18C2909CBF
> Legal
> ====
> L.1 Check if checksums and GPG files match the corresponding release files
> L.2 Verify that the source archives do NOT contains any binaries
> L.3 Check if the source release is building properly with Maven (including
> license header check (default) and checkstyle). Also the tests should be
> executed (mvn clean verify)
> L.4 Verify that the LICENSE and NOTICE file is correct for the binary and
> source release.
> L.5 All dependencies must be checked for their license and the license must
> be ASL 2.0 compatible (http://www.apache.org/legal/resolved.html#category-x)
> * The LICENSE and NOTICE files in the root directory refer to dependencies
> in the source release, i.e., files in the git repository (such as fonts,
> css, JavaScript, images)
> * The LICENSE and NOTICE files in flink-dist/src/main/flink-bin refer to
> the binary distribution and mention all of Flink's Maven dependencies as
> well
> L.6 Check that all POM files point to the same version (mostly relevant to
> examine quickstart artifact files)
> L.7 Read the README.md file
> Functional
> ========
> F.1 Run the start-local.sh/start-local-streaming.sh,
> start-cluster.sh/start-cluster-streaming.sh, start-webclient.sh scripts and
> verify that the processes come up
> F.2 Examine the *.out files (should be empty) and the log files (should
> contain no exceptions)
> * Test for Linux, OS X, Windows (for Windows as far as possible, not all
> scripts exist)
> * Shutdown and verify there are no exceptions in the log output (after
> shutdown)
> * Check all start+submission scripts for paths with and without spaces
> (./bin/* scripts are quite fragile for paths with spaces)
> F.3 local mode (start-local.sh, see criteria below)
> F.4 cluster mode (start-cluster.sh, see criteria below)
> F.5 multi-node cluster (can simulate locally by starting two taskmanagers,
> see criteria below)
> Criteria for F.3 F.4 F.5
> ----------------------------
> * Verify that the examples are running from both ./bin/flink and from the
> web-based job submission tool
> * flink-conf.yml should define more than one task slot
> * Results of job are produced and correct
> ** Check also that the examples are running with the build-in data and
> external sources.
> * Examine the log output - no error messages should be encountered
> ** Web interface shows progress and finished job in history
> F.6 Test on a cluster with HDFS.
> * Check that a good amount of input splits is read locally (JobManager log
> reveals local assignments)
> F.7 Test against a Kafka installation
> F.8 Test the ./bin/flink command line client
> * Test "info" option, paste the JSON into the plan visualizer HTML file,
> check that plan is rendered
> * Test the parallelism flag (-p) to override the configured default
> parallelism
> F.9 Verify the plan visualizer with different browsers/operating systems
> F.10 Verify that the quickstarts for scala and java are working with the
> staging repository for both IntelliJ and Eclipse.
> * In particular the dependencies of the quickstart project need to be set
> correctly and the QS project needs to build from the staging repository
> (replace the snapshot repo URL with the staging repo URL)
> * The dependency tree of the QuickStart project must not contain any
> dependencies we shade away upstream (guava, netty, ...)
> F.11 Run examples on a YARN cluster
> F.12 Run all examples from the IDE (Eclipse & IntelliJ)
> F.13 Run an example with the RemoteEnvironment against a cluster started
> from the shell script
> F.14 Run manual Tests in "flink-tests" module.
> * Marked with the @Ignore interface.
> [1] https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLINK/Releasing

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