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[infinispan-dev] My weekly report

Tristan Tarrant-2
Hi guys,
I won't be able to attend this week's IRC meeting, so here's my update:

ISPN-7444 Configuration templates should not turn into concrete caches
This was a side-effect of my work on ISPN-7066 (default cache
inheritance) which was causing the Hot Rod server to start templates as
is if they were concrete caches.

ISPN-7442 Server configurations should use embedded defaults when possible
Server always had defaults hard-coded in the configuration resource
descriptors. I've changed it so that it uses whatever defaults the
corresponding embedded configuration element uses

ISPN-7445 Simplify default server configurations
Removed a ton of useless "example" configuration attributes from the
shipped configs, since most of them were duplicating "defaults" (wrong
ones at that) and an adverse impact on performance

ISPN-7446 Make the mode attribute on clustered caches optional and
default to SYNC
SYNC caches are what a user normally wants, so the "mode" attribute,
which was previously mandatory, is now optional and it defaults to SYNC.
This means that <distributed-cache name="mycache"/> is all that is
needed to get good defaults.

I also did some CI surgery/cleanup, especially trying to help Galder and
Sanne identify and solve the OSGi failures.

I released 9.0.0.CR1 and I fixed the website news feed since Google
deprecated the feeds API.

This week I want to go through docs, examples, javadocs and the website
to ensure that everything is in order for when we get to the final release.

Tristan
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Re: [infinispan-dev] My weekly report

Dan Berindei
Here is the log for the full meeting:

http://transcripts.jboss.org/meeting/irc.freenode.org/infinispan/2017/infinispan.2017-02-13-15.03.log.html

Cheers
Dan


On Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 3:42 PM, Tristan Tarrant <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi guys,
> I won't be able to attend this week's IRC meeting, so here's my update:
>
> ISPN-7444 Configuration templates should not turn into concrete caches
> This was a side-effect of my work on ISPN-7066 (default cache
> inheritance) which was causing the Hot Rod server to start templates as
> is if they were concrete caches.
>
> ISPN-7442 Server configurations should use embedded defaults when possible
> Server always had defaults hard-coded in the configuration resource
> descriptors. I've changed it so that it uses whatever defaults the
> corresponding embedded configuration element uses
>
> ISPN-7445 Simplify default server configurations
> Removed a ton of useless "example" configuration attributes from the
> shipped configs, since most of them were duplicating "defaults" (wrong
> ones at that) and an adverse impact on performance
>
> ISPN-7446 Make the mode attribute on clustered caches optional and
> default to SYNC
> SYNC caches are what a user normally wants, so the "mode" attribute,
> which was previously mandatory, is now optional and it defaults to SYNC.
> This means that <distributed-cache name="mycache"/> is all that is
> needed to get good defaults.
>
> I also did some CI surgery/cleanup, especially trying to help Galder and
> Sanne identify and solve the OSGi failures.
>
> I released 9.0.0.CR1 and I fixed the website news feed since Google
> deprecated the feeds API.
>
> This week I want to go through docs, examples, javadocs and the website
> to ensure that everything is in order for when we get to the final release.
>
> Tristan
> --
> Tristan Tarrant
> Infinispan Lead
> JBoss, a division of Red Hat
> _______________________________________________
> infinispan-dev mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://lists.jboss.org/mailman/listinfo/infinispan-dev
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