hs-rt is now OPEN
Daniel D. Daugherty
daniel.daugherty at oracle.com
Tue Jan 26 21:22:23 UTC 2016
The nightly testing cutoff is 1900 PT/2000 MT/2200 ET. Sometimes
nightly will pickup a job that finishes a few minutes after
that time, but it's best to be in before the cutoff.
On 1/26/16 1:52 PM, Jesper Wilhelmsson wrote:
> I was a bit trigger happy on that mail.
> Since the first push to hs-rt was to bring in a huge pile of changes
> from main, and since we have had stability issues with changes coming
> from main recently it was decided to let these get a nightly before we
> start adding our own changes.
> So, the build used for the nightly is picked around 6-7pm PT. Once
> that is done the gates are open.
> Den 26/1/16 kl. 21:33, skrev Jesper Wilhelmsson:
>> jdk9/hs-rt is now back to normal operations again.
>> Thank you for your patience during this stabilization period!
>> In order for us to keep hs-rt stable it is important that everyone
>> run proper
>> testing on their changes. Remember that JPRT is not the way to test your
>> changes. Use RBT or other dedicated testing where you can make sure
>> that the
>> code you changed is actually executed.
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