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From "Christine Poerschke (BLOOMBERG/ LONDON)" <>
Subject Re: 6.4 release
Date Mon, 09 Jan 2017 12:32:36 GMT
Hi Jim, there's some permissions group to which your wiki handle probably still needs to be
added, I recall running into this myself w.r.t. editing pages.

This thread sounds related:

Going forward, could we make wiki and cwiki permission setup part of the new committer setup
workflow perhaps?

From: At: 01/09/17 11:37:13
Subject: Re: 6.4 release

Thanks for sharing Uwe. It would be wonderful to make latest java9 works with the released
version. I can delay the branching until
is closed ? 
In the mean time I am trying to create the release notes in the wiki but I don't have the
permissions to create the pages. Where can I get such permissions ? 

2017-01-09 11:13 GMT+01:00 Uwe Schindler <>:

I am fine with the start of release process, but I would like to add one thing:
I know that Elasticsearch wants to be compatible with recent Java 9 for the continuous delievery
process. The new Lucene release is compatible with that (mmap unmapping works), but you cannot
build the release with Java 9 148+. Currently the release vote of Groovy 2.4.8 is ongoing
and should finish the next few days. So I’d suggest to delay a bit, so I can update common-build.xml
and raise the Groovy version:
This does not make Solr Tests work with Java 9, but that’s a different discussion (mocking
frameworks broke with recent Java 9):
I will fix this by disabling those tests with Java 9, but that a bit of work to set those
assumeFalse(Constants.JAVA9….). I don’t see this as a blocker!
Uwe Schindler
Achterdiek 19, D-28357 Bremen

From: jim ferenczi [] 
Sent: Tuesday, January 3, 2017 5:23 PM
Subject: 6.4 release

I would like to volunteer to release 6.4. I can cut the release branch next Monday if everybody



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