[E] Re: [OpenDaylight TSC] [release] Sulfur code freeze

Sangwook Ha

OFP clustering is not very stable yet but I'm okay with addressing it later with SR1.


On Tue, Apr 26, 2022 at 11:02 PM Daniel de la Rosa <ddelarosa0707@...> wrote:

On Tue, Apr 26, 2022 at 12:55 PM Robert Varga <nite@...> wrote:
On 15/04/2022 02:23, Daniel de la Rosa wrote:
> Anyhow, Integration test for AR#15 still has some issues
> https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/job/integration-distribution-test-sulfur/200/
> <https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/job/integration-distribution-test-sulfur/200/>
> Should we just move forward like this?

So we have latest AR here:

Triggered by Sangwook, because the previous run failed. We can expect
AR #30 in ~4 hours and test results from that in another ~3 hours.

Based on the results of
the release is GO from my perspective.

There seem to be OFP issues, though, I think Sangwook has the final say.

ok  @Ha, Sangwook and all TSC, if you are ok with releasing Sulfur in its current state, AR#30 and integration #220, please approve it at 

I'll also send another email just for the approval

Thank you all

On the BGPCEP side of things, we have two failures:
1. one of them is a BGP policy 409, which I need to investigate, but I
do not believe it's anything major
2. BGP ingest is plagued by
https://jira.opendaylight.org/browse/CONTROLLER-2043, but I honestly
think this is an environment issue

At any rate, looking at the schedule, we are *way* past the release date
and in fact should be releasing Sulfur SR1 on 4/28, i.e. in two days.

I think we should just release as is, get the marketing stuff out, etc.
and circle back for SR1 -- say, in two weeks. That would give us a few
days of breathing time (I know I need some) and see what's what.

We also are ~2 weeks past the Chlorine MRI bump, so that switching gears
makes a ton of sense -- I really want Chlorine to get us back on track
with the calendar :)