[torquedev] pbs_server segfault in req_delete.c

Glen Beane glen.beane at gmail.com
Tue Dec 30 13:29:31 MST 2008

On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 2:10 PM, Joshua Bernstein
<jbernstein at penguincomputing.com> wrote:
> Josh Butikofer wrote:
>>  > What do you think Josh (CRI Josh, not Penguin Josh!)?  I think we
>>  > would want to upgrade the bugzilla at
>>  > www.clusterresources.com/bugzilla and probably flush out all the old
>>  > bugs and start fresh since TORQUE has changed so much since they were
>>  > loggeed.
>> I think it could be a good idea. The only problem that I see is the fact
>> that there would then be potentially three sources for bug tracking/reports:
>> * The mailing list (when someone doesn't add it to Bugzilla)
>> * The public Bugzilla
>> * CRI's own internal ticket system (where we track most bugs that we are
>> working on)
>> It could make tracking bugs even more complicated, rather than easier.
> I totally agree, though I think there has to be some sort of guidelines
> here. Ideally I think there would only be a small few of us that could add
> bugs to Bugzilla. Though anybody would be allowed to search through it. That
> why when somebody posts to the mailing list, one of say 3 or 4 of us would
> descide its an actual bug, and could file a report.

I think it should be more open than that.  I think anyone in the
TORQUE community should be able to log bugs.

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