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From "Davanum Srinivas" <>
Subject Re: Trunk build failure: NoClassDefFoundError: javax/xml/stream/XMLStreamException
Date Thu, 28 Dec 2006 02:37:43 GMT
we actually do nightly builds on and the snapshots
are available there:

the snapshot jars are also ssh/copied over to

So that makes it 2 points of failure instead of just one. We did this
during the last big infra migration when mino was down for a few

I guess svk and bazaar are equivalent...easy to set up. the main thing
is we can tell infra that we don't need anything backed up and even if
the whole zone goes kaput the project can still go on since it is just
the repo stored in svk/bazaar. When i last played with it, bazaar was
very easy to setup/use and can just work off a directory (no need for
a BerkleyDB instance etc..). So my 2 cents is that it will help reduce
pulling jars down to local repo if we set one up. if we lose the box,
we can just re-populate it from any one of the distriibuted copies...

-- dims

On 12/27/06, Jason Dillon <> wrote:
> On Dec 27, 2006, at 6:05 PM, Davanum Srinivas wrote:
> > Example: We could host a
> > there and nightlies off of continuum. Of course, #asfinfra folks won't
> > let us run our own svn server :)
> If they won't let us run our own svn server... then we loose much of
> the point of having our own repository.  Might work to use
> to host the binaries and then periodically export to
> that zone so that regular non-whacky httpd config can be used to
> serve it.  That still assumes that the management of the binaries
> will work reasonably well with the whacky httpd config.
> > How about a bazaar backed maven2 repo? (
> I've never heard of this before... but if they won't let us run a svn
> repo, why would they let us run one of these?
> How is bazaar different than svk do you know?
> --jason

Davanum Srinivas : (Oxygen for Web Service Developers)

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