• 你这里的release 也只是一种临时性的 dev 分支,并不是 release

    你这里的 master 并不是发布的主分支,只是个大杂烩。 这里的 dev 更像是发布分支,因为只要 dev 足够的稳定,就可以直接发布。

    你这里的问题是1) dev 虽然从 master 拉出来却不直接合并回去 2)dev 和 release 并没有直接的关系,却分支之间进行了合并

  • 不试试无法排除问题。

    另外就是可以映射到一个盘符,然后在进去执行这个命令,如下

    net use H: %Server%\Deployment_Staging %GlobalPassword% /USER:%GlobalUserName% H: rd /s /q "%Server%\Deployment_Staging\Deploy"

  • 把这些保存成一个 bat 文件,双击运行是成功的还是失败的?

  • 编译完成后拷贝到服务器上,然们去取就可以了。没必要提交到SVN里

  • 编译完的东西为啥要提交到 svn里?

    这台机器不信任svn服务器,因为svn 服务器开启了 SSL。需要让这台机器信任 svn 服务器的 SSL 证书。具体你可以搜搜。

  • 还有一个问题,怎么会在hudson 中用 svn import?

  • 我个人认为一般需要自动merge 的动作,证明分支策略是需要再研究研究的。

    你这个要求是要求自动从 02 到 01的合并?

  • 错误信息是?贴个log上来

  • Ant check file length / empty at 2015年1月09日

    zixing :


    <!-- 清理class文件 -->

    帮我看个问题吧,谢谢

    我是希望${arg2}的内容长度大于20再执行clean 可是经过测试条件没起作用 帮我看一下,是哪的问题呢?

  • Ant check file length / empty at 2015年1月08日

    或者用 size

  • [i=s] 本帖最后由 laofo 于 2015-1-5 16:36 编辑

    呵呵,最近又新成立了个公司么?

  • 恩,限制 list 权限

  • 年底了,大家都开始蠢蠢欲动了。。。

  • windows 上没读权限是写不了的吧?

  • 真的。。。。。你贡献了多少?我是一点都没贡献。

  • 你是说国美的销量?还是国美的工资?

  • 果真是上海:http://new.abb.com/se/jobba-hos-oss/jobbannonser/details/56190775/senior-configuration-management-engineer

    Plats:Shanghai,Shanghai,China Anställningsform:Regular/Permanent Publiceringsdatum:2014-12-16 Kompetensområde:Research and Development Annons-ID:CN56118233_E1

  • 上海?最重要的工作地点没说

  • Docker 101:介绍与入门体验 at 2014年12月11日

    Docker 101: What it is and why it’s important

    Docker is a hot topic this week. If you’re unfamiliar with what this technology is or what it means for your business, here’s a guide.

    What is it?

    Docker is both an open source project and the name of a startup that focuses on Linux Containers. Containers are the idea of running multiple applications on a single host. It’s similar to compute virtualization, but instead of virtualizing a server to create multiple operating systems, containers offer a more lightweight alternative by essentially virtualizing the operating system, allowing multiple workloads to run on a single host.

    Why all the hype?

    Docker the company has released the 1.0 version of its product this week (read more about the 1.0 release here), and in conjunction with doing so is hosting an event named DockerCon. Docker Founder and CTO Solomon Hykes said the open source Docker project has been downloaded (for free) more than 2.75 million times and more than 460 contributors helped create this version. Docker has built up partners to support its product and service providers are jumping on board to offer Docker services. [attach]2517[/attach]

    Where did containers come from?

    Containers, and specifically Linux containers, are not new. Tech giants such as Oracle, HP and IBM have been using containers for decades. In recent years, though, the open source project Docker has gained popularity as an alternative, or complement to virtualization. Recognizing a market opportunity to provide support around the open source project, a company named dotcloud was formed, but was renamed Docker. In January the company received a Series B funding round worth $15 million, led by Greylock Partners. Red Hat has committed a major investment in the company as well. (Read more about Red Hat’s work with Docker here.)

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    How do they work?

    The open source project has two major aspects: cgroups, or Control Groups, which define the compute, memory and disk i/o that a workload needs; and namesakes, which isolate and separate each of the workloads.

    Docker the commercial product has two major components as well: Docker Engine, which is the core software platform that enables users to create and use containers; and Docker Hub, a SaaS-based service for creating and sharing Docker services. With the release of the 1.0 version and Docker Hub, the company says it has more than 14,000 applications that can be used with its containers.

    Are containers a VM killer?

    Writes tech blogger Scott Lowe. “Containers, on the other hand, generally offer less isolation but lower overhead through sharing certain portions of the host kernel and operating system instance.” Containers are an attractive option for environments where there is only a single operating system, whereas virtual machines and hypervisors can be useful if there is a need to run multiple OSs in an environment. VMs are not going away, but containers could offer a better way to run certain applications instead of virtualization. (Read more about how containers can replace VMs here.)

    What are they used for?

    One of the major benefits of containers is portability. Containers can run on top of virtual machines, or bare metal servers. They can run on-premises or in the cloud. This has made one of the earliest popular use cases of containers be around software development. Coders can write applications, place it in a container, and then the application can be moved across various environments, as it is encapsulated inside the container.

    How much does it cost?

    Docker the open source project is free to download from GitHub. Docker the product offers privately hosted repositories of containers, which are about $1 per container. See full Docker pricing here.

    Who else is involved?

    With all the buzz around Docker, many tech companies are looking to get in on the action. Docker is building up its partnerships, too. The commercial version of Docker comes with support from the company, and integrations with a variety of other software platforms, including Linux distros from Red Hat, SuSE and Ubuntu, and other services like scheduling tools such as Puppet, Chef, Ansible and Jenkins.

    Other service provider vendors are enabling Docker on their platforms. Rackspace CTO John Engates, for example, wrote a blog post this week saying that initially he and the cloud hosting company were not terribly impressed with Docker. But then after customers started using it and asking for Rackspace to support it, the company was “pulled” into the community, Engates says. Now, they’re converts; Engates calls containerization “next generation virtualization.”

    Rackspace is using Docker to test and deploy new applications in various environments; it’s even using containers in networking, because it allows for multi-tenancy of software-based load balancers. The biggest impact though, he says, could be the way containers could usher in an era of portability of workloads across environments. “Docker could provide the abstraction that makes swapping workloads between clouds possible. They don’t have to be OpenStack clouds either. OS-level virtualization makes the application agnostic to the underlying infrastructure. Docker could enable spot markets for cloud computing and the ability for users to find a best-fit solution for their needs.”

    He goes on to list some of the ways users can get involved in the Docker community if they’re interested.

    Brandon Butler Brandon Butler — Senior Writer

    Senior Writer Brandon Butler covers the cloud computing industry for Network World by focusing on the advancements of major players in the industry, tracking end user deployments and keeping tabs on the hottest new startups. He contributes to NetworkWorld.com and is the author of the Cloud Chronicles blog. Email him at [email]bbutler@nww.com[/email] and follow him on Twitter @BButlerNWW.

    转自:http://www.networkworld.com/article/2361465/cloud-computing/docker-101-what-it-is-and-why-it-s-important.html

  • 案例可以参考 android 和 github