On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com> wrote:
On Fri, 30 Mar 2012 12:15:12 +0200
Jan Horak <jhorak(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Why it takes 12-20 hours to submit critical security update to
> updates-testing repository? Do we have such long queue or is the push
> done regularly in long period?
f15/f16 updates pushes take a long time. ;(
There's some things on the horizon that will hopefully make it better:
* Currently updates mashes are done on the rhel6 rel-eng machines.
When/if we can do them in a mock chroot, they should use the much
faster Fedora createrepo.
* Currently 1 fedora push can happen at a time. If we can split that
out we can push f15 and f16 in parallel and cut way down on time.
> I think we should prioritize 0day security updates a little more if
> possible. We're struggling with getting enough positive feedback and
> this is another 12-20 hours delay and we can't start the build nor
> make and update the day before Mozilla officially releases it.
If you have a specific update thats critical to push out sooner, ask
rel-eng? (in ticket or #fedora-releng on irc).
Slightly OT, will it be much longer before the next f17 push, or are
we waiting on Beta?
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