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deric commented Aug 14, 2013

Documentation at is probably referencing this file

bmahler commented Aug 16, 2013

Hey deric, we've since merged that file with the 'High Availability' document. We'll update the website to kill the reference to it, thanks for reporting!

deric commented Aug 20, 2013

Ok cool, replace it with the link to master/docs/ and we can close the issue. It's hard to find the current version of documentation. Btw. the incubator repository won't be used anymore?

bmahler commented Aug 26, 2013

The incubator repository is now obsolete, given we've graduated and migrated to a new git repository.

As an FYI, we currently only use Apache's Review Board for code reviews. However, I'd love to have some tooling in place to accept simple github pull requests like this one.

We also purely use JIRA as a means for tracking issues, I filed an issue here:

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@kaysoky kaysoky added a commit to kaysoky/mesos that referenced this pull request Nov 6, 2015
@kaysoky kaysoky Squash this into #2 later. 695a24e
@asfgit asfgit pushed a commit that referenced this pull request Apr 14, 2016
@xingzhou @vinodkone xingzhou + vinodkone Duplicate/Rename slave/agent binaries and shell scripts.
In this patch, we did the following changes:
1. Duplicate executable file 'mesos-slave' with 'mesos-agent'
2. Rename the scripts in folder 'mesos/bin' & 'mesos/src/deploy'
to use term 'agent' instead of term 'slave'
3. Change the content of ths scripts to use term 'agent' instead
of term 'slave'
4. Duplicate the renamed scripts renamed in #2 during the configure
and make process, the duplicated scripts still use term 'slave'
in their names.

Please note that a re-bootstrap is required once this patch has
been applied. Otherwise, configure will break because of the
missing mesos-slave-*.sh scripts.

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