afs_rseta /p/vdt/public/html/releases/RELEASE-VERSION condor:vdt rla afs_rseta /p/vdt/public/html/releases/RELEASE-VERSION condor:condor-admin rla
cd /p/vdt/public/html unlink vdt_dev_cache ln -s DEV-RELEASE-CACHE vdt_dev_cache
cd /p/vdt/public/html unlink vdt_cache ln -s STABLE-RELEASE-CACHE vdt_cache
cd /p/vdt/public/html/releases unlink current ln -s RELEASE-VERSION current
dev_versionin the top-level
releases/autohandlerto update the current, supported, pre-released, and frozen versions list.
The instructions use SVNROOT to stand for the base URL to access the Subversion VDT repository. Currently, SVNROOT is
The first step is often done several days before the release is cut.
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Request for another VDT release volume The VDT needs another AFS volume for a future release. Please create it as follows: Mount: /p/vdt/public/html/releases/NEW-VERSION Size: 10 GB ACLs: condor:vdt rlidwka condor:condor-admin rla system:administrators rlidwka system:anyuser rl condor rla Thank you!
svn copy SVNROOT/trunk SVNROOT/tags/vdt-VERSIONwhere VERSION is the dotted version number, such as “1.7.0”
svn copy SVNROOT/trunk SVNROOT/branches/vdt-SERIESwhere SERIES is the two-part series prefix, such as “1.8”
svn copy SVNROOT/branches/vdt-SERIES SVNROOT/branches/vdt-VERSIONwhere SERIES is as above and VERSION is the dotted version number, such as “1.8.0”
svn copy SVNROOT/trunk SVNROOT/branches/vdt-VERSIONwhere VERSION is the dotted version number, such as “1.7.1”
svn checkout SVNROOT/trunk cd trunk
# # Current VDT version # VDT_VERSION = NEW-VERSION PRODUCTION_VERSION = NEW-VERSION
make-vdton all packages:
TESTS/test-scripts/tests-to-run TESTS/web/index.html TESTS/send-mail.shBe sure to run make to push out the changes
cd /p/vdt/public/html/releases cp -pr OLD-VERSION/*.html NEW-VERSION cp OLD-VERSION/notes/autohandler NEW-VERSION/notes