Ability to publish test logs and reports for verification
Peter B. Kessler
Peter.Kessler at Sun.COM
Tue May 22 00:16:18 UTC 2007
Sandeep Konchady wrote:
> Recently while working on using Valgrind with OpenJDK VM I generated
> some logs. These have some useful information and could potentially be a
> bug. To assess this I would have to either send this few MB file to
> everyone on the mailing list or it may bounce due to large size. Most
> companies have a secured network behind a firewall. How are these folks
> (including me) suppose to publish these logs for engineers to take a
> look at to decide if the issue is a real bug or not?
> One way is to convert this report into a bug where in I can publish the
> log. But what if this is not a bug. What I would like to see happen is
> to have a place holder on openjdk.java.net where in folks can upload
> their test logs for a predefined period (say a month) after which it
> gets deleted. This way OpenJDK community can collaborate on these
> results without having to flood every inbox. Have anyone from OpenJDK
> team thought about this?
We have thought about it, we just don't have a good solution, yet.
I agree it's better not to spam everyone on the list with several
megs of log file.
In general, we use our bug system to hold data like that. Don't
worry that something is "not a bug". If you are wondering about it
and want to get an evaluation from someone at Sun, just file a bug
report and attach your logs. That way it's safe and we can put an
evaluation on it, and it will get kept for all time, so if the issue
comes up again we can still get to your logs.
At least until we have something better.
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