[openstack-dev] [cinder][infra] Remove driverfixes/ocata branch
Jay S Bryant
jungleboyj at gmail.com
Mon Sep 17 15:53:20 UTC 2018
On 9/17/2018 10:46 AM, Sean McGinnis wrote:
>>> We would now like to have the driverfixes/ocata branch deleted so there is no
>>> confusion about where backports should go and we don't accidentally get these
>>> out of sync again.
>>> Infra team, please delete this branch or let me know if there is a process
>>> somewhere I should follow to have this removed.
>> The first step is to make sure that all changes on the branch are in a non open state (merged or abandoned). https://review.openstack.org/#/q/project:openstack/cinder+branch:driverfixes/ocata+status:open shows that there are no open changes.
>> Next you will want to make sure that the commits on this branch are preserved somehow. Git garbage collection will delete and cleanup commits if they are not discoverable when working backward from some ref. This is why our old stable branch deletion process required we tag the stable branch as $release-eol first. Looking at `git log origin/driverfixes/ocata ^origin/stable/ocata --no-merges --oneline` there are quite a few commits on the driverfixes branch that are not on the stable branch, but that appears to be due to cherry pick writing new commits. You have indicated above that you believe the two branches are in sync at this point. A quick sampling of commits seems to confirm this as well.
>> If you can go ahead and confirm that you are ready to delete the driverfixes/ocata branch I will go ahead and remove it.
> I did another spot check too to make sure I hadn't missed anything, but it does
> appear to be as you stated that the cherry pick resulted in new commits and
> they actually are in sync for our purposes.
> I believe we are ready to proceed.
Thank you for following up on this. I agee it is a good idea to remove
the old driverfixes/ocata branch to avoid possible confusion in the future.
Sean, myself and the team worked to carefully cherry-pick everything
that was needed in stable/ocata so I am confident that we are ready to
> Thanks for your help.
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