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Subject cvs commit: httpd-2.0 STATUS
Date Wed, 06 Feb 2002 19:42:13 GMT
coar        02/02/06 11:42:13

  Modified:    .        STATUS
  Log:
  	Separate showstoppers into next-beta and final-release sections.
  	Change a couple of my votes.  Some minor formatting changes
  	(it's not code, so just deal with it ;-).
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.477     +38 -36    httpd-2.0/STATUS
  
  Index: STATUS
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/httpd-2.0/STATUS,v
  retrieving revision 1.476
  retrieving revision 1.477
  diff -u -u -r1.476 -r1.477
  --- STATUS	6 Feb 2002 18:39:50 -0000	1.476
  +++ STATUS	6 Feb 2002 19:42:12 -0000	1.477
  @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
   APACHE 2.0 STATUS:						-*-text-*-
  -Last modified at [$Date: 2002/02/06 18:39:50 $]
  +Last modified at [$Date: 2002/02/06 19:42:12 $]
   
   Release:
   
  @@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
       * docs/STATUS
   
   
  -RELEASE SHOWSTOPPERS:
  +BETA RELEASE SHOWSTOPPERS:
       * 31 BETA STATUS:
           running on Daedalus since  02-Feb-2002 7:58 PST (need 3 days)
           Compiles on : AIX 4.3, Solaris, FreeBSD 3.4 & 4.5, Win32, 
  @@ -136,16 +136,7 @@
             Unless it's the code that permits 'null' merges, per module.
             Still, it's probably in SetOutputFilter's behavior.
           * BrianP notes: directory_walk's handling of trailing slashes
  -          appears to be the cause: http://www.apachelabs.org/apache-mbox/200112.mbox/%3c3C1CF721.1090300@pacbell.net%3e
  -
  -    * Test suite failures:
  -      o worker is also failing some of the 'cgi' subtests
  -      (see <URL:http://Source-Zone.Org/Apache/regression/>):
  -        Justin says: "Worker should be fine and passes httpd-test here.
  -                      If you can provide evidence that it can be reproduced
  -                      outside of httpd-test, then it's a showstopper.  I
  -                      think it's a perl or a httpd-test problem."
  -        Not a showstopper: Justin
  +          appears to be the cause: http://apachelabs.org/apache-mbox/200112.mbox/%3c3C1CF721.1090300@pacbell.net%3e
   
       * If any request gets to the core handler, without a flag that this 
         r->filename was tested by dir/file_walk, we need to 500 at the very 
  @@ -169,7 +160,18 @@
           IanH says: "If we don't do it before we go live we will have 2
                       different API's to support in APR"
   
  -    * A binbuild installation picks up the right libraries when
  +FINAL RELEASE SHOWSTOPPERS:
  +
  +    * [Ken] Test suite failures:
  +      o worker is also failing some of the 'cgi' subtests
  +      (see <URL:http://Source-Zone.Org/Apache/regression/>):
  +        Justin says: "Worker should be fine and passes httpd-test here.
  +                      If you can provide evidence that it can be reproduced
  +                      outside of httpd-test, then it's a showstopper.  I
  +                      think it's a perl or a httpd-test problem."
  +        Not a showstopper: Justin
  +
  +    * [Ken] A binbuild installation picks up the right libraries when
         running apachectl because we set the appropriate environment
         variable, but ab, htpasswd, etc. don't know how to pick up apr,
         apr-util, etc.
  @@ -220,7 +222,7 @@
         indicated?
           Message-ID: <20020129210006.B23512@Lithium.MeepZor.Com>
   
  -      +1:  
  +      +1:  Ken
         -1:  Justin, Ian
           
       * If the parent process dies, should the remaining child processes
  @@ -250,8 +252,9 @@
         on dev@apr:
           Message-ID: <20020111115006.K1529@clove.org>
          Vote: Is a non-portable perchild going to hold up a GA release?
  -        Yes: Ken
  -         No: Aaron, Justin, trawick, stoddard, Jim, Ian, BrianP, gregames
  +        Yes: 
  +         No: Aaron, Justin, trawick, stoddard, Jim, Ian, BrianP, gregames,
  +             Ken
   
       * Recent changes to ap_rgetline may have broken EBCDIC boxes.
           Message-ID: <20020122072605.GF28051@ebuilt.com>
  @@ -274,12 +277,10 @@
         routine, which will do single-byte reads until it finds the end
         of the header, at which point it constructs a pipe-bucket (buffered)
         to read from.
  -
         Proposed solution in:
           Message-ID: <3C36ADAF.60601@cnet.com>
   
       * Try to get libtool inter-library dependency code working on AIX.
  -
           Message-ID: <cm3n10lx555.fsf@rdu163-40-092.nc.rr.com>
   
         Justin says: If we get it working on AIX, we can enable this
  @@ -308,9 +309,8 @@
         lost.  This might be an APR issue with how it deals with
         the child_init hook (i.e. the fcntl lock needs to be resynced).
         More examination and analysis is required.
  -      Status: This has also been reported on Cygwin.  
  -
  -      Message-ID: <3C2CC514.8EF3BED1@wapme-systems.de> (cygnus)
  +        Status: This has also been reported on Cygwin.  
  +        Message-ID: <3C2CC514.8EF3BED1@wapme-systems.de> (cygnus)
   
         Justin says: So, FreeBSD-CURRENT and Cywin have the same 
                      problem.  Yum.  If another platform has this
  @@ -349,14 +349,14 @@
         Reasons include sole-function servers that need to die if
         an external dependency (e.g., a database) fails, et cetera.
         Perhaps something in the (ever more abused) scoreboard?
  -	rbb:  I don't believe the scoreboard is the correct mechanism
  -	for this.  We already have a pipe that goes between parent
  -	and child for graceful shutdown events, along with an API that
  -	can be used to send a message down that pipe.  In threaded MPMs,
  -	it is easy enough to make that one pipe be used for graceful
  -	and graceless events, and it is also easy to open that pipe
  -	to both parent and child for writing.  Then we just need to figure
  -	out how to do graceless on non-threaded MPMs.
  +	rbb: I don't believe the scoreboard is the correct mechanism
  +	     for this.  We already have a pipe that goes between parent
  +	     and child for graceful shutdown events, along with an API that
  +	     can be used to send a message down that pipe.  In threaded MPMs,
  +	     it is easy enough to make that one pipe be used for graceful
  +	     and graceless events, and it is also easy to open that pipe
  +	     to both parent and child for writing.  Then we just need to
  +             figure out how to do graceless on non-threaded MPMs.
   
       * revamp the input filter behavior, per discussions since
         February (and especially at the hackathon last
  @@ -367,7 +367,7 @@
         f->next (ap_getline will always read "top of input stack"). Also 
         fix the bug where request body content will end up closing the
         connection (buggering up persistent conns).
  -      Status: Justin is working on this as fast as he can.
  +        Status: Justin is working on this as fast as he can.
                 The core input filters, HTTP-related filters, mod_ssl,
                 mod_proxy, and ap_[r]getline are switched to the new logic.  
   
  @@ -453,6 +453,8 @@
                     have something to look at/compare with.
   
       * Eliminate unnecessary creation of pipes in mod_cgid
  +        Status: Ken asks, didn't Jeff fix this when he fixed the queue
  +                overrun?
   
       * the autoconf setup should be fixed to default to using the 
         "Apache" layout from config.layout, and each variable settable
  @@ -481,10 +483,10 @@
       * Mass vhosting version of suEXEC.
   
       * All DBMs suffer from confusion in support/dbmmanage (perl script) since 
  -        the dbmmanage employs the first-matched dbm format.  This is not
  -        necessarily the library that Apache was built with.  Aught to
  -        rewrite dbmmanage upon installation to bin/ with the proper library 
  -        for predictable mod_auth_dbm administration.
  +      the dbmmanage employs the first-matched dbm format.  This is not
  +      necessarily the library that Apache was built with.  Aught to
  +      rewrite dbmmanage upon installation to bin/ with the proper library 
  +      for predictable mod_auth_dbm administration.
           Questions; htdbm exists, time to kill dbmmanage, or does it remain
                      useful as a perl dbm management example?  If we keep it,
                      do we address the issue above?
  @@ -500,8 +502,8 @@
                       a userlist via dbm, which has to remain readable between
                       builds/machines, etc.  The use-multiple database schema
                       for apr-util would let us do this with just apr, though."
  -		Ian says:  "multi-dbm is in, but it still has ndbm support hardcoded
  -		            is this still required? isn't ndbm supported via gdbm?"
  +	Ian says:  "multi-dbm is in, but it still has ndbm support hardcoded
  +	            is this still required? isn't ndbm supported via gdbm?"
   
   
       * Integrate mod_dav.
  
  
  

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