[11u] Code Freeze Exception

Langer, Christoph christoph.langer at sap.com
Fri Jun 28 06:41:57 UTC 2019


> Yes, we should fix these issues.
> Andrew, should I add another tag once the changes are in?

That would be preferrable because we can then merge it down to jdk11u-dev and have the fixes there, too. Otherwise they'd be missing for another 2-3 weeks.

> > > 2. Roll back JDK-8218960 backport due to JDK-8226876. This is targeted
> > > as 11.0.5 for Oracle anyway.
> > > https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8226876
> >
> > Seems, there is a simple fix upcoming for the regression:
> > https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/i18n-dev/2019-June/002870.html
> > I'd vote for taking the fix over to 11.0.4. Then we don't need to care for re-
> > applying the fix and the patch.
> >
> > Andrew, shall I push both things to jdk11u? When is your deadline to not
> > unduly hold up your CPU work?
> To me, it seems more simple to roll back 8218960, as we can do this
> right now. Or do you expect other follow up issues if we roll it back,
> Christoph?   But if your schedule admits it, Andrew, we can also
> go for the fix.

Naoto plans to push the fix to jdk13 tonight as per https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/i18n-dev/2019-June/002875.html

So, we could run another testcycle with both fixes here during the weekend and then push and tag Monday morning. Andrew, is that the plan we should go for?


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