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Old 02-02-2010, 09:00 PM
James Laska
Default 2010-02-04 - Fedora Test Day - NFSv4 by default

Greetings folks,

It's been quiet on the test day front for some time now. However, rest
assured, we are kicking off the Fedora 13 test day schedule in style. I
invite you to join #fedora-test-day this Thursday, February 4, 2010 for
the first of many Fedora 13 test days.

Qian Cai and Steve Dickson will be guiding test and triage as we
validate the Fedora 13 feature 'NFSv4 by default' [1]. Cai is putting
some finishing touches on the test cases now. However, for those
unfamiliar with testing NFS, you'll get a chance to run the upstream
test suite 'connectathon' in several different environments. In
addition to the posted test cases, you're encouraged to join and
validate running the latest NFS in your environment.

Given how early it is in the release cycle, Rawhide *and* Fedora 12 can
also be used to participate. Don't have a spare system? Not to worry.
The type of testing planned can also be done using virtual guests.

For more information on the event, check out the wiki at

Hope to see you in #fedora-test-day this Thursday.


[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/NFSv4Default
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