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 Art's suggested release recipe: Art's suggested release recipe:
  
 1. Notify users (jsoc_dev@sun.stanford.edu) that a new release will be built.  Allow users time to submit changes they want in the new release.  This includes changes made by the CM that have not been committed.  1. Notify users (jsoc_dev@sun.stanford.edu) that a new release will be
 2. From a cluster-node (eg., n00), perform a clean sync to head as a non-Production user (cvs checkout -r HEAD JSOC).  The -r rev option is sticky, which means that if you used -r Ver_3-2 on a previous checkout, that "cvs checkout JSOC" will check out Ver_3-2.  Use "-r HEAD" to force the use of the head revision. Update $JSOCROOT/base/jsoc_version.h to the latest release version and build again (make clean, make universe).  The version macros should be of the form:  built.  Allow users time to submit changes they want in the new
   release.  This includes changes made by the CM that have not been
   committed.
   
   2. From a cluster-node (eg., n00), perform a clean sync to
   head as a non-Production user (cvs checkout -r HEAD JSOC).  The -r rev
   option is sticky, which means that if you used -r Ver_3-2 on a
   previous checkout, that "cvs checkout JSOC" will check out Ver_3-2.
   Use "-r HEAD" to force the use of the head revision.
   
   3.Update $JSOCROOT/base/jsoc_version.h to the latest release version
   and build again (make clean, make universe).  The version macros
   should be of the form:
  
 #define jsoc_version "V3R5" #define jsoc_version "V3R5"
 #define jsoc_vers_num (305) #define jsoc_vers_num (305)
  
 3. Repeat step 2 for all machine types supported.  4. From the machine used in step 2, commit $JSOCROOT/base/jsoc_version.h.
 4. From the machine used in step 2, commit $JSOCROOT/base/libdrms/jsoc_version.h.  
 4a. Add a new file, JSOC/CM/V<MAJ>.<MIN>/release.notes. This has the release notes (see below).  Commit.  5. Add a new file, JSOC/CM/V<MAJ>.<MIN>/release.notes. This has the
 5. From the machine used in step 2, create a tag for the new release.  cd to $JSOCROOT.  Run "cvs tag -c Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> ."  Replace <MAJ> with the major version number and <MIN> with the minor version number.  release notes (see below).  Commit.
 5a. The NetDRMS release version number should also be incremented and tagged. From another machine, do "cvs checkout -AP DRMS".  Then cd to the root (JSOC). Then "find . -path '*CVS' -prune -o \( -type f -exec cvs tag -c NetDRMS_Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> {} \; \)".  Actually, the commands "cvs checkout -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> DRMS" followed by "cd $JSOCROOT; cvs tag -c NetDRMS_Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> will work".  
 6. Update the "Ver_LATEST" tag.  This tag always points to the latest release.  "cd $JSOCROOT; cvs rtag -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> Ver_LATEST JSOC", where <MAJ> and <MIN> are the current release.  If that doesn't work try "cvs tag -d Ver_LATEST .; cvs checkout -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> JSOC" followed by "cvs tag -c Ver_LATEST".  6. From the machine used in step 2, create a tag for the new release.
 7. Once again, edit $JSOCROOT/base/libdrms/jsoc_version.h.  The version macros should be of the form:    a. cd $JSOCROOT
     b. cvs tag -c Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> . (Replace <MAJ>
   with the major version number and <MIN> with the minor version number.)
     c. cvs tag -d Ver_LATEST .
     d. cvs tag -c Ver_LATEST .
   
   7. The NetDRMS release version number should also be incremented and
   tagged:
     a. cd /tmp
     b. cvs checkout NETDRMSONLY (head version of netdrms-only files)
     c. cd JSOC
     d. cvs tag -c Ver_5-1 .
     e. cvs tag -d Ver_LATEST .
     f. cvs tag -c Ver_LATEST .
     g. cd /tmp
     h. cvs checkout -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> CORE
     i. cd JSOC
     j. cvs tag -c NetDRMS_Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> .
   8. Now you must build all release executables with the release jsoc
   version numbers in place ("V3R5" and "305" in this example). Ensure
   that the tag was successfully created and create actual release
   binaries (not just the binaries in your sandbox).  Login as the 'jsoc'
   user, cd to /home/jsoc/cvs, and do "cvs checkout -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN>
   JSOC" and build on all machines supported.
   
   9. Once again, edit $JSOCROOT/base/jsoc_version.h.  The
   version macros should be of the form:
  
 #define jsoc_version "V3R5X" #define jsoc_version "V3R5X"
 #define jsoc_vers_num (-305) #define jsoc_vers_num (-305)
  
 The "X" and "-" denote that binaries were created from non-release code. The "X" and "-" denote that binaries were created from non-release code.
 8. From the machine used in step 7, commit $JSOCROOT/base/libdrms/jsoc_version.h.  You might have to run "cvs update -A base/libdrms/jsoc_version.h" to clear the stick flag created when you first sync'd in step 2 (if you used the "-r" flag).  
 9. Ensure that the tag was successfully created and create actual release binaries (not just the binaries in your sandbox).  Login as the production user, checkout the tagged files (cvs checkout -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> JSOC) and build on all machines supported.  10. From the machine used in step 9, commit
 10. Update the "working release".  The source for these binaries lives in /home/jsoc/cvs/JSOC.  cd to /home/jsoc/cvs, and do "cvs checkout -r Ver_<MAJ>-<MIN> JSOC" and build on all machines supported.  $JSOCROOT/base/jsoc_version.h.  You might have to run "cvs
 12. Send instructions for using the new release to users.  update -A base/jsoc_version.h" to clear the sticky flag created
   when you first sync'd in step 2 (if you used the "-r" flag).
   
   11. Send instructions for using the new release to users.
  
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 Example New Release Instructions Example New Release Instructions


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