[openstack-dev] [infra] How to determine patch set load for a given project

Ilya Shakhat ishakhat at mirantis.com
Tue Nov 19 18:12:30 UTC 2013


As an option you may estimate the load using Stackalytics data on number of
commits -
of commits is certainly less than number of patches, but for project
sqlalchemy-migrate the multiplier 2 will give a good estimation.


2013/11/19 Matt Riedemann <mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com>

> We have a team working on getting CI setup for DB2 10.5 in
> sqlalchemy-migrate and they were asking me if there was a way to calculate
> the patch load through that project.
> I asked around in the infra IRC channel and Jeremy Stanley pointed out
> that there might be something available in http://graphite.openstack.org/by looking for the project's test stats.
> I found that if you expand stats_counts > zuul > job and then search for
> your project (sqlalchemy-migrate in this case), you can find the jobs and
> their graphs for load. In my case I care about stats for
> gate-sqlalchemy-migrate-python27.
> I'm having a little trouble interpreting the data though. From looking at
> what's out there for review now, there is one new patch created on 11/19
> and the last new one before that was on 11/15. I see spikes in the graph
> around 11/15, 11/18 and 11/19, but I'm not sure what the 11/18 spike is
> from?
> --
> Thanks,
> Matt Riedemann
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