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How to vote for a release

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How to vote for a release

For non-Chinese users, please read

https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/IOTDB/Validating+a+staged+Releaseopen in new window

Download everything under voting version / rc

https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/iotdb/open in new window

Import the public key of the release manager

https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/iotdb/KEYSopen in new window

At the bottom is the public key of the Release Manager (RM)

Install gpg2

the first method

The beginning of the public key is this
pub   rsa4096 2019-10-15 [SC]
      10F3B3F8A1201B79AA43F2E00FC7F131CAA00430
      
Or this

pub   rsa4096/28662AC6 2019-12-23 [SC]

Download the public key

gpg2 --receive-keys 10F3B3F8A1201B79AA43F2E00FC7F131CAA00430 (or 28662AC6)

or (Designation keyserver) 
gpg2 --keyserver p80.pool.sks-keyservers.net --recv-keys 10F3B3F8A1201B79AA43F2E00FC7F131CAA00430 (或 28662AC6)

The second method

Copy the following paragraph into a text file and name it key.asc

-----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
Version: GnuPG v2
...
-----END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----

Import RM's public key to your computer

gpg2 --import key.asc

Verify the source distribution

  • Verify that there are NOTICE, LICENSE, and the content is correct.

  • Verify README, RELEASE_NOTES

  • Validation header

mvn -B apache-rat:check
  • Verify signatures and hashes
gpg2 --verify apache-iotdb-0.12.0-source-release.zip.asc apache-iotdb-0.12.0-source-release.zip

appear Good Singnature 

shasum -a512 apache-iotdb-0.12.0-source-release.zip

Compared with the corresponding .sha512, the same is fine.
  • Verify compilation
mvnw install

Should end up all SUCCESS

Verifying the binary release

  • Verify that there are NOTICE, LICENSE, and the content is correct.

  • Verify README, RELEASE_NOTES

  • Verify signatures and hashes

gpg2 --verify apache-iotdb-0.12.0-bin.zip.asc apache-iotdb-0.12.0-bin.zip

appear Good Singnature 

shasum -a512 apache-iotdb-0.12.0-bin.zip

Compared with the corresponding .sha512, the same is fine.
  • Verify that it starts and the sample statements execute correctly
nohup ./sbin/start-server.sh >/dev/null 2>&1 &

./sbin/start-cli.sh

CREATE DATABASE root.turbine;
CREATE TIMESERIES root.turbine.d1.s0 WITH DATATYPE=DOUBLE, ENCODING=GORILLA;
insert into root.turbine.d1(timestamp,s0) values(1,1);
insert into root.turbine.d1(timestamp,s0) values(2,2);
insert into root.turbine.d1(timestamp,s0) values(3,3);
select * from root;

Prints the following:
+-----------------------------------+------------------+
|                               Time|root.turbine.d1.s0|
+-----------------------------------+------------------+
|      1970-01-01T08:00:00.001+08:00|               1.0|
|      1970-01-01T08:00:00.002+08:00|               2.0|
|      1970-01-01T08:00:00.003+08:00|               3.0|
+-----------------------------------+------------------+

Sample mail

Email can be sent after verification

Hi,

+1 (PMC could binding)

The source release:
LICENSE and NOTICE [ok]
signatures and hashes [ok]
All files have ASF header [ok]
could compile from source: ./mvnw clean install [ok]

The binary distribution:
LICENSE and NOTICE [ok]
signatures and hashes [ok]
Could run with the following statements [ok]

CREATE DATABASE root.turbine;
CREATE TIMESERIES root.turbine.d1.s0 WITH DATATYPE=DOUBLE, ENCODING=GORILLA;
insert into root.turbine.d1(timestamp,s0) values(1,1);
insert into root.turbine.d1(timestamp,s0) values(2,2);
insert into root.turbine.d1(timestamp,s0) values(3,3);
select * from root;

Thanks,
xxx

small tools

  • Print out lines containing certain characters (just look at the top output, you don't need to look at the bottom file)
find . -type f -exec grep -i "copyright" {} \; -print | sort -u
find **/src -type f -exec grep -i "copyright" {} \; -print | sort -u

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