OpenJDK bug database: Status update

David Schlosnagle schlosna at
Fri May 17 17:55:42 UTC 2013

// Reviving an ancient thread.

Has there been any progress on exposing the JIRA instance for OpenJDK? I
just tried looking up several existing OpenJDK/Oracle JDK bugs via, but that redirected to I've noticed links to in code review requests, but that does
not appear to be externally accessible.


On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 11:43 PM, Joe Darcy <joe.darcy at> wrote:

> Just a quick follow-up, our overriding priority for the next few months is
> to make sure some bug system is continuously available for the JDK.  With
> that goal, it possible that both some Oracle-internal as well as external
> boundary systems, like, are not ready to be migrated over
> when the cutover to the internal JIRA instance occurs.
> If that happens, there may some temporary gaps in the availability of or
> stale data in the boundary systems.  However, as Roger indicates, our goal
> is to provide analogous access to JDK bug information from internal JIRA as
> is done today from the legacy bug system, subject to making the core
> migration deadlines.
> -Joe
> during the internal JIRA phase (before the external JIRA phase) our
> intention is to provide
> On 03/21/2012 10:26 AM, Roger Calnan wrote:
>>         no the goal is to continue the external access to the bugs
>> pulling the data from the internal JIRA rather than the old system,
>>         Roger
>>  Does this mean there will be a period where access to bug details
>>> is only available internally at Oracle and an external user can't,
>>> for instance, look up the details of a bug corresponding to an ID
>>> in the Mercurial repositories?
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