OpenSolaris Test Farm: SPARC, Intel, AMD

[osol-announce] test farm server interface released. Go get a 15 gig account and test your OpenSolaris software on some SPARC CMT (Chip Multithreaded), Intel Quad Core, and AMD Dual Core machines. This is an outstanding service offered by the testing community, so jump in and take advantage of it. You know, for some of us involved with OpenSolaris for a long time, it's really cool watching some of these projects come to fruition -- especially this one because the testing guys have always been leaders in the OpenSolaris community. And it's great that the systems are based in the U.S. and China. Asia is now very much top of mind in the community. And since the Sun China team was heavily involved in implementing the systems in Beijing that helps us connect some of these communities internally and externally around the world. To me, this is a core community building activity. In this case, engineers offering some critical resources for developers to get their work done. I can only see this project growing. Good stuff. See links and instructions in Jim Walker's announcement above. Also, see Jim's blog and Simon Sun's blog for more info on OpenSolaris testing, and also Robert Sohigian's blog for engineering at Sun China. I know I'm missing some guys, too. :)
Comments:

Hi Jim:

It seems that in every post from you indexed by planet.opensolaris.org, every link to http://blogs.sun.com/someone/ gets replaced by http://blogs.sun.com/jimgris/someone/ :(

Posted by Pablo Méndez Hernández on October 21, 2008 at 11:54 AM JST #

Humm. Thanks for the heads up. I'm not sure why that's happening. I think I fixed it, so I'll check on planet in a few mins when it updates to make sure.

Posted by Jim Grisanzio on October 21, 2008 at 01:41 PM JST #

Ok, it seems to have worked. It's not a Planet issue. It's a Jim issue. :) I fixed it, but I'm not sure why the urls are breaking. I can fix them in text but they break in the rich text editor I use in Roller. I'm sure I have some setting wrong somewhere. Will check. Anyway, thanks so much for letting me know. :)

Posted by Jim Grisanzio on October 21, 2008 at 03:48 PM JST #

I am so glad you fix it, yours is one of the most popular blog on the sun platform.

Posted by Puteri on October 24, 2008 at 02:41 PM JST #

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