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Deploy Plans for the week of 2017-09-04

Caleb Linden
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Second Life Server (no roll):




Second Life RC BlueSteel:


Scheduled Wednesday 2017-09-06 07:00-10:30 PDT


Second Life RC LeTigre:


Scheduled Wednesday 2017-09-06 07:00-10:30 PDT


Second Life RC Magnum:


Scheduled Wednesday 2017-09-06 07:00-10:30 PDT

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Well this is nice

The software rolled to Magnum sims on Wednesday ( https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Release_Notes/Second_Life_RC_Magnum/17# ) has caused a whole raft of issues (see several other threads, one in this forum and the BUGs BUG-134270 and BUG-134271), and yet there is not a word from Linden Lab on this or any other thread.

Folks are having tranches of stuff returned, in some cases with No-Copy ie unique items irreparably broken, which is so often the case with parcel returns.

One Magnum RC sim I went to today, Heavenly Views, which is STILL running 328871, looks rather like Hurricane Irma came ashore early.  I have two questions.

1) Why has there been NO COMMENT AT ALL from the Lab over this, and

2) Why on earth has Heavenly Views not been rolled back??

There are times when I doubt that LL cares one jot about SL.  This is one of them.  The failure mode is well documented and similar issues have been seen before (qv), so why the silence and inactivity LL?  Are you really waiting on region and parcel owners complaining before you act?

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OK so I took a bit more time to actually thoroughly read about this issue.

I see that so far as the erroneous LI calculations are concerned a simple sim restart returns the values to what they ought to be.  Fine. 

HOWEVER....this does not deal with the situations where folk have had items returned due to the sim/parcel exceeding its LI allocation.  In many of those cases the items have been returned as coalesced objects which are often nigh-on impossible to rez, even assuming you know what to do about it.  Also in most cases items with no modify perms have broken scripts which cannot be reset.  I assume that the forced change from Convex Hull to Prim properties did that.

This is resulting in inventory loss which was TOTALLY avoidable if the LL QA department had been awake during the testing on Aditi.  Erm, Guys you DID test it I assume?

Either way a little explanation of what had happened would have been helpful, and it goes a little way beyond wearing Shrek ears.


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