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From Gianny Damour <gianny.dam...@optusnet.com.au>
Subject Re: [VOTE] ASF hosted machines for TCK Proposal
Date Tue, 20 May 2008 13:59:38 GMT
+1

I hope that the ASF Infrastructure Team has a good idea of the type  
of rather heavyweight testing involved by the TCK  to warrant such a  
configuration.

Thanks,
Gianny

On 20/05/2008, at 10:22 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:

> If we are to take this proposal forward to the ASF Infrastructure  
> team, they want assurance that the Geronimo PMC is behind the  
> recommendation and  supports the intended use of the systems. I  
> think it also bodes well to demonstrate that the entire Geronimo  
> community stands behind the proposal, particularly since we will  
> administer the machines ourselves,  - so I encourage all to vote.
>
>
> [ ] +1 I agree with the need and support the proposal. Present it  
> to the ASF Infrastructure team.
> [ ] 0 No opinion
> [ ] -1 I don't see the need or disagree with the proposal. Do not  
> present this proposal to the ASF Infrastructure team.
>
> I'll plan on calling this vote on Friday (5/23) morning (9 AM EST).
>
>
> PROPOSAL
>
> Rationale:
> The Apache Geronimo community has a need to support the execution  
> and sharing of results from Sun certification tests (cts) which are  
> necessary gain JavaEE5 certification compliance.  This information  
> is only available to those Geronimo committers that have signed the  
> Sun NDA and other Apache committers that have signed an NDA and  
> gained approval of the Apache Geronimo PMC.  This has allowed other  
> Apache projects to test new products/releases by running JavaEE 5  
> TCK tests using the Apache Geronimo test infrastructure.
>
> In the past these resource intensive tests have been run on private  
> machines by individuals.  As more people become involved with  
> Apache Geronimo and related projects, it is becoming obvious that  
> we need a central system to run and share the results of these  
> tests.  A centralized testing environment allows the Geronimo  
> community to more fully participate in the TCK process. Some  
> committers don't have access to the hardware resources needed to  
> run the Java EE TCK tests in a timely manner. Although some ad-hoc  
> sharing of private machines has occurred, this is not ideal from a  
> community perspective. Community controlled systems allow us to  
> equitably share these resources.
>
> Request:
> To fulfill this requirement, the Apache Geronimo PMC is requesting  
> the ASF infrastructure team to provide and host machines that can  
> be used for this purpose.  Initially, we would like to request two  
> (2) machines that meet (as closely as possible) the specification  
> below.  However, we can see the need for 2 additional machines in  
> the not too distant future.
>
> Machine specs:
> - 8 core (two 3.0 GHz quad-core)
> - 16 GB memory
> - two 750GB 7200 - rpm SATA 3GB/s disks
> - DVD R/W (20x?)
> - rack mountable specification to work with ASF infra requirements
> - LOM or other features as necessary for ASF infra support
> - to be developer managed and maintained by the Apache Geronimo Team
>   - Apache Geronimo would assume all responsibility for:
>      - configuration
>      - backup/recovery
>      - secure access
>         - Strictly limited to those Apache Geronimo committers with  
> NDAs on file or additional Apache committers with NDAs and approved  
> by Geronimo PMC.
>   - full, admin access would be granted to ASF infra with reboot  
> directions
>   - At least 2 active Apache Geronimo committers (with NDA  
> authorization) would identified to manage the machines.
> - Running Linux with something like Xen for 4 VM images per  
> machine.  We may increase the number of VM images if it is feasible.
>   - We would require both ssh and VNC access to the VMs.
>   - It is not yet decided if we would use NAT to access the VMs or  
> public IP addresses.  Is there are recommendation from ASF Infra?
> - Automation will most likely be added to run builds, execute  
> tests, and produce reports.
> - Capability to manually run tests on demand would also be supported.
>
> Admin Volunteers:
>   - Joe Bohn (PMC)
>   - Jay McHugh (PMC)
>   - Jason Warner
>   - Matt Hogstrom (PMC)
>   - Kevan Miller (PMC)


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