- Verified: the fix has been successfully verified. Verification might include checking that the regression test for a fix passes on all platforms of interest.
- Not verified: the verification process was skipped for the fix.
- Fix failed: the fix is faulty. (For JDK Release Projects, a failed fix is left in a state of (Status = Closed, Resolution = Resolved, Verification = Fix Failed) and a new bug is opened to cover the aspects of the fix that are failed, partial, or incorrect. In JDK Release Projects, an issue number can only be used for at most one push to a given repository. Therefore, if the original bug were reopened, it could not be used to push an updated version of the fix.)
The highest priority bugs are P1. The lowest priority bugs are P5. Specific criteria for determining priority may vary by project.
There are several fields in jbs which store textual information about an issue.