Where should I to look for release notes?


cheneydeng@...
 

Thanks Michael,

I checked the DUG and the roadmap, it seems the self-healing feature is delivered in release1.2. I would like to confirm the status of self-healing since the README.md in 'src/rebuild/' claimed that:
Currently, since the raft leader can not exclude the target automatically, the sysadmin has to manually exclude the target from the pool, which then triggers the rebuild.

Do we still need this manual operations in release 1.2 when we say daos support seal-healing?


Hennecke, Michael
 

Hi,

 

For roadmap and feature updates, you can check out the slides and recordings from the DAOS User Group in November (http://dug.daos.io).

 

The release notes and other documentation will be refreshed as part of the upcoming DAOS 2.0 release.

 

Best regards,

Michael

 

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Subject: [daos] Where should I to look for release notes?

 

Hi DAOS,

I found the release notes on Github is very simple, I can't find a place to know what the progress of the roadmap and try to figure out if some features which I need are implemented or not. Is there any place to find such information?

DJ.

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cheneydeng@...
 

Hi DAOS,

I found the release notes on Github is very simple, I can't find a place to know what the progress of the roadmap and try to figure out if some features which I need are implemented or not. Is there any place to find such information?

DJ.