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SubjectRE: Good luck when RedHat 7.0 comes out (was RE: test5 oops after kswapd)...
> -----Original Message-----
> On Mon, Jul 31, 2000 at 12:54:07PM -0700, wrote:
> > A week ago I installed Redhat Rawhide on my machine to check it out.
> > Everything seems to work fine. Except... Kernel compilations.
> >
> > Since Redhat 7.0beta just hit the mirrors I'm betting all of my kernel
> > problems are all of the sudden going to become a wide spread problem.
I may be out in left field, but my idea of a thorough development
and release process would be to take all the tools one just built and
use those to produce a 3rd generation. Then take those tools and produce
a 4th generation. If 3rd!=4th (subtracting out time/date stamps) then
it would seem something is wrong -- or am I missing something?

Now that whole process would be automated and if the 3rd and 4th compare,
then kick off the automated test suites.

Maybe RedHat doesn't use a thorough source and release methodology
for their Beta's?

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