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JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

Rory O'Donnell Oracle, Dublin Ireland


 Hi Uwe & Dawid,

Per the JDK 14 schedule , we are now in Rampdown Phase One

Please advise if you have found any issues while testing the latest Early Access build.

  • Schedule for JDK 14
    • 2019/12/12 Rampdown Phase One
    • 2020/01/16 Rampdown Phase Two
    • 2020/02/06 Initial Release Candidate
    • 2020/02/20 Final Release Candidate
    • 2020/03/17 General Availability
  • The overall feature set is frozen.
    • No further JEPs will be targeted to this release
    • For more details , see Mark Reinhold's email to jdk-dev mailing list [1] 

JDK 14 Early Access build 27 is available at : - jdk.java.net/14/
  • Release notes
  • Recent fixes that might be of interest
    • Build 27:
      • JDK-8212780: Packaging Tool Implementation
      • JDK-8234370: Implementation of JEP 362: Deprecate the Solaris and SPARC Ports
      • JDK-8190492: Remove SSLv2Hello and SSLv3 from default enabled TLS protocols
      • JDK-8214481: freetype path does not disable TrueType hinting with AA+FM hints
      • JDK-8234076: JVM crashes on Windows 10 using --module=NAME
      • JDK-8222756: Plural support in CompactNumberFormat
      • JDK-8234211: allow discoverable javac plugins to be invoked by default
    • Build 26:
      • JDK-8233223: Add Amazon Root CA certificates
      • JDK-8235263: Revert TLS 1.3 change that wrapped IOExceptions
      • JDK-8234893: ARM32: build failure after JDK-8234387

Rgds, Rory

[1] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2019-December/003795.html


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RE: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

Uwe Schindler-2

Hi Rory,

 

I added build 27 to the test loop, so it’s tested. I am not sure if our latest finding (LineNumberReader) is included in build 27, but b28 should definitely contain it.

 

I also removed ConcMarkSweepGC from our options list.

 

Uwe

 

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From: Rory O'Donnell <[hidden email]>
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Subject: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

 

 Hi Uwe & Dawid,

Per the JDK 14 schedule , we are now in Rampdown Phase One

Please advise if you have found any issues while testing the latest Early Access build.

  • Schedule for JDK 14
    • 2019/12/12 Rampdown Phase One
    • 2020/01/16 Rampdown Phase Two
    • 2020/02/06 Initial Release Candidate
    • 2020/02/20 Final Release Candidate
    • 2020/03/17 General Availability
  • The overall feature set is frozen.
    • No further JEPs will be targeted to this release
    • For more details , see Mark Reinhold's email to jdk-dev mailing list [1] 
  • Features included in JDK 14:.

JDK 14 Early Access build 27 is available at : - jdk.java.net/14/

  • Release notes
  • Recent fixes that might be of interest
    • Build 27:
      • JDK-8212780: Packaging Tool Implementation
      • JDK-8234370: Implementation of JEP 362: Deprecate the Solaris and SPARC Ports
      • JDK-8190492: Remove SSLv2Hello and SSLv3 from default enabled TLS protocols
      • JDK-8214481: freetype path does not disable TrueType hinting with AA+FM hints
      • JDK-8234076: JVM crashes on Windows 10 using --module=NAME
      • JDK-8222756: Plural support in CompactNumberFormat
      • JDK-8234211: allow discoverable javac plugins to be invoked by default
    • Build 26:
      • JDK-8233223: Add Amazon Root CA certificates
      • JDK-8235263: Revert TLS 1.3 change that wrapped IOExceptions
      • JDK-8234893: ARM32: build failure after JDK-8234387

Rgds, Rory

[1] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2019-December/003795.html



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RE: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

Uwe Schindler-2
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Hi,

 

In addition, I added ZGC on relevant configurations, and Shenandoah on the AdoptOpenJDK builds (unfortunately, the Oracle builds don’t contain it).

 

Uwe

 

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From: Uwe Schindler <[hidden email]>
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Subject: RE: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

Hi Rory,

 

I added build 27 to the test loop, so it’s tested. I am not sure if our latest finding (LineNumberReader) is included in build 27, but b28 should definitely contain it.

 

I also removed ConcMarkSweepGC from our options list.

 

Uwe

 

-----

Uwe Schindler

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ASF Member, Apache Lucene PMC / Committer

Bremen, Germany

https://lucene.apache.org/

 

From: Rory O'Donnell <[hidden email]>
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2019 5:53 PM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]; Dalibor Topic <[hidden email]>; Balchandra Vaidya <[hidden email]>; Deepak Nenmelithara Damodaran <[hidden email]>; [hidden email]; [hidden email]
Subject: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

 

 Hi Uwe & Dawid,

Per the JDK 14 schedule , we are now in Rampdown Phase One

Please advise if you have found any issues while testing the latest Early Access build.

  • Schedule for JDK 14
    • 2019/12/12 Rampdown Phase One
    • 2020/01/16 Rampdown Phase Two
    • 2020/02/06 Initial Release Candidate
    • 2020/02/20 Final Release Candidate
    • 2020/03/17 General Availability
  • The overall feature set is frozen.
    • No further JEPs will be targeted to this release
    • For more details , see Mark Reinhold's email to jdk-dev mailing list [1] 
  • Features included in JDK 14:.

JDK 14 Early Access build 27 is available at : - jdk.java.net/14/

  • Release notes
  • Recent fixes that might be of interest
    • Build 27:
      • JDK-8212780: Packaging Tool Implementation
      • JDK-8234370: Implementation of JEP 362: Deprecate the Solaris and SPARC Ports
      • JDK-8190492: Remove SSLv2Hello and SSLv3 from default enabled TLS protocols
      • JDK-8214481: freetype path does not disable TrueType hinting with AA+FM hints
      • JDK-8234076: JVM crashes on Windows 10 using --module=NAME
      • JDK-8222756: Plural support in CompactNumberFormat
      • JDK-8234211: allow discoverable javac plugins to be invoked by default
    • Build 26:
      • JDK-8233223: Add Amazon Root CA certificates
      • JDK-8235263: Revert TLS 1.3 change that wrapped IOExceptions
      • JDK-8234893: ARM32: build failure after JDK-8234387

Rgds, Rory

[1] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2019-December/003795.html


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Re: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

Rory O'Donnell Oracle, Dublin Ireland
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On 15/12/2019 16:17, Uwe Schindler wrote:

Hi Rory,

 

I added build 27 to the test loop, so it’s tested. I am not sure if our latest finding (LineNumberReader) is included in build 27, but b28 should definitely contain it.

Yes indeed, b28 should have it.

Thanks,Rory

 

I also removed ConcMarkSweepGC from our options list.

 

Uwe

 

-----

Uwe Schindler

[hidden email]

ASF Member, Apache Lucene PMC / Committer

Bremen, Germany

https://lucene.apache.org/

 

From: Rory O'Donnell [hidden email]
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2019 5:53 PM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]; Dalibor Topic [hidden email]; Balchandra Vaidya [hidden email]; Deepak Nenmelithara Damodaran [hidden email]; [hidden email]; [hidden email]
Subject: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

 

 Hi Uwe & Dawid,

Per the JDK 14 schedule , we are now in Rampdown Phase One

Please advise if you have found any issues while testing the latest Early Access build.

  • Schedule for JDK 14
    • 2019/12/12 Rampdown Phase One
    • 2020/01/16 Rampdown Phase Two
    • 2020/02/06 Initial Release Candidate
    • 2020/02/20 Final Release Candidate
    • 2020/03/17 General Availability
  • The overall feature set is frozen.
    • No further JEPs will be targeted to this release
    • For more details , see Mark Reinhold's email to jdk-dev mailing list [1] 
  • Features included in JDK 14:.

JDK 14 Early Access build 27 is available at : - jdk.java.net/14/

  • Release notes
  • Recent fixes that might be of interest
    • Build 27:
      • JDK-8212780: Packaging Tool Implementation
      • JDK-8234370: Implementation of JEP 362: Deprecate the Solaris and SPARC Ports
      • JDK-8190492: Remove SSLv2Hello and SSLv3 from default enabled TLS protocols
      • JDK-8214481: freetype path does not disable TrueType hinting with AA+FM hints
      • JDK-8234076: JVM crashes on Windows 10 using --module=NAME
      • JDK-8222756: Plural support in CompactNumberFormat
      • JDK-8234211: allow discoverable javac plugins to be invoked by default
    • Build 26:
      • JDK-8233223: Add Amazon Root CA certificates
      • JDK-8235263: Revert TLS 1.3 change that wrapped IOExceptions
      • JDK-8234893: ARM32: build failure after JDK-8234387

Rgds, Rory

[1] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2019-December/003795.html



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Re: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

Rory O'Donnell Oracle, Dublin Ireland

Hi Uwe,

b28 is now available , it includes the fix (JDK-8235668) - can you confirm no regressions ?

Thanks,Rory

On 15/12/2019 17:41, Rory O'Donnell wrote:


On 15/12/2019 16:17, Uwe Schindler wrote:

Hi Rory,

 

I added build 27 to the test loop, so it’s tested. I am not sure if our latest finding (LineNumberReader) is included in build 27, but b28 should definitely contain it.

Yes indeed, b28 should have it.

Thanks,Rory

 

I also removed ConcMarkSweepGC from our options list.

 

Uwe

 

-----

Uwe Schindler

[hidden email]

ASF Member, Apache Lucene PMC / Committer

Bremen, Germany

https://lucene.apache.org/

 

From: Rory O'Donnell [hidden email]
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2019 5:53 PM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]; Dalibor Topic [hidden email]; Balchandra Vaidya [hidden email]; Deepak Nenmelithara Damodaran [hidden email]; [hidden email]; [hidden email]
Subject: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

 

 Hi Uwe & Dawid,

Per the JDK 14 schedule , we are now in Rampdown Phase One

Please advise if you have found any issues while testing the latest Early Access build.

  • Schedule for JDK 14
    • 2019/12/12 Rampdown Phase One
    • 2020/01/16 Rampdown Phase Two
    • 2020/02/06 Initial Release Candidate
    • 2020/02/20 Final Release Candidate
    • 2020/03/17 General Availability
  • The overall feature set is frozen.
    • No further JEPs will be targeted to this release
    • For more details , see Mark Reinhold's email to jdk-dev mailing list [1] 
  • Features included in JDK 14:.

JDK 14 Early Access build 27 is available at : - jdk.java.net/14/

  • Release notes
  • Recent fixes that might be of interest
    • Build 27:
      • JDK-8212780: Packaging Tool Implementation
      • JDK-8234370: Implementation of JEP 362: Deprecate the Solaris and SPARC Ports
      • JDK-8190492: Remove SSLv2Hello and SSLv3 from default enabled TLS protocols
      • JDK-8214481: freetype path does not disable TrueType hinting with AA+FM hints
      • JDK-8234076: JVM crashes on Windows 10 using --module=NAME
      • JDK-8222756: Plural support in CompactNumberFormat
      • JDK-8234211: allow discoverable javac plugins to be invoked by default
    • Build 26:
      • JDK-8233223: Add Amazon Root CA certificates
      • JDK-8235263: Revert TLS 1.3 change that wrapped IOExceptions
      • JDK-8234893: ARM32: build failure after JDK-8234387

Rgds, Rory

[1] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2019-December/003795.html



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RE: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

Uwe Schindler-2

Hi Rory,

 

b27 has a huge regression: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8236412

(Hotspot crush - all the time).

 

b28 is not yet installed, will do in a minute. We can’t at the moment test the LineNumberReader problems, as JDK crushes all the time, before we can even hit the LineNumberReader issue.

 

Uwe

 

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Uwe Schindler

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https://lucene.apache.org/

 

From: Rory O'Donnell <[hidden email]>
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 10:09 AM
To: [hidden email]; Uwe Schindler <[hidden email]>
Cc: [hidden email]; 'Dalibor Topic' <[hidden email]>; 'Balchandra Vaidya' <[hidden email]>; 'Deepak Nenmelithara Damodaran' <[hidden email]>; [hidden email]
Subject: Re: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

Hi Uwe,

b28 is now available , it includes the fix (JDK-8235668) - can you confirm no regressions ?

Thanks,Rory

On 15/12/2019 17:41, Rory O'Donnell wrote:

 

On 15/12/2019 16:17, Uwe Schindler wrote:

Hi Rory,

 

I added build 27 to the test loop, so it’s tested. I am not sure if our latest finding (LineNumberReader) is included in build 27, but b28 should definitely contain it.

Yes indeed, b28 should have it.

Thanks,Rory

 

I also removed ConcMarkSweepGC from our options list.

 

Uwe

 

-----

Uwe Schindler

[hidden email]

ASF Member, Apache Lucene PMC / Committer

Bremen, Germany

https://lucene.apache.org/

 

From: Rory O'Donnell [hidden email]
Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2019 5:53 PM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: [hidden email]; Dalibor Topic [hidden email]; Balchandra Vaidya [hidden email]; Deepak Nenmelithara Damodaran [hidden email]; [hidden email]; [hidden email]
Subject: JDK 14 enters Rampdown Phase One

 

 

 Hi Uwe & Dawid,

Per the JDK 14 schedule , we are now in Rampdown Phase One

Please advise if you have found any issues while testing the latest Early Access build.

  • Schedule for JDK 14
    • 2019/12/12 Rampdown Phase One
    • 2020/01/16 Rampdown Phase Two
    • 2020/02/06 Initial Release Candidate
    • 2020/02/20 Final Release Candidate
    • 2020/03/17 General Availability
  • The overall feature set is frozen.
    • No further JEPs will be targeted to this release
    • For more details , see Mark Reinhold's email to jdk-dev mailing list [1] 
  • Features included in JDK 14:.

JDK 14 Early Access build 27 is available at : - jdk.java.net/14/

  • Release notes
  • Recent fixes that might be of interest
    • Build 27:
      • JDK-8212780: Packaging Tool Implementation
      • JDK-8234370: Implementation of JEP 362: Deprecate the Solaris and SPARC Ports
      • JDK-8190492: Remove SSLv2Hello and SSLv3 from default enabled TLS protocols
      • JDK-8214481: freetype path does not disable TrueType hinting with AA+FM hints
      • JDK-8234076: JVM crashes on Windows 10 using --module=NAME
      • JDK-8222756: Plural support in CompactNumberFormat
      • JDK-8234211: allow discoverable javac plugins to be invoked by default
    • Build 26:
      • JDK-8233223: Add Amazon Root CA certificates
      • JDK-8235263: Revert TLS 1.3 change that wrapped IOExceptions
      • JDK-8234893: ARM32: build failure after JDK-8234387

Rgds, Rory

[1] https://mail.openjdk.java.net/pipermail/jdk-dev/2019-December/003795.html




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