OpenJDK bug database: Status update

Joe Darcy joe.darcy at
Fri May 17 18:05:57 UTC 2013


There appears to be an outage of; I've contacted the 
maintainers of the site to see what is going on.

The jbs system is not externally available yet.


On 5/17/2013 10:55 AM, David Schlosnagle wrote:
> // 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.
> Thanks,
> Dave
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 11:43 PM, Joe Darcy <joe.darcy at 
> <mailto: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?
>             -- 
>             Andrew :)
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