[openstack-dev] [Reminder] - Gate Blocking Bug Day on Monday Jan 26th
apilotti at cloudbasesolutions.com
Fri Jan 24 15:32:39 UTC 2014
Being the gate one of those things that we all use (and abuse) everyday whatever
project we work on, I wouldn’t sleep well by skipping this call. :-)
Myself and my fellow Cloudbasers ociuhandu and gsamfira are going to join in on Monday.
We got our small share of “learning the hard way” on this topic by working on building the
Hyper-V CI, so hopefully we’ll be of some use!
On 24 Jan 2014, at 14:40 , Sean Dague <sean at dague.net> wrote:
> It may feel like it's been gate bug day all the days, but we would
> really like to get people together for gate bug day on Monday, and get
> as many people, including as many PTLs as possible, to dive into issues
> that we are hitting in the gate.
> We have 2 goals for the day.
> ** Fingerprint all the bugs **
> As of this second, we have fingerprints matching 73% of gate failures,
> that tends to decay over time, as new issues are introduced, and old
> ones are fixed. We have a hit list of issues here -
> Ideally we want to get and keep the categorization rate up past 90%.
> Basically the process is dive into a failed job, look at how it failed,
> register a bug (or find an existing bug that was registered), and build
> and submit a finger print.
> ** Tackle the Fingerprinted Bugs **
> The fingerprinted bugs - http://status.openstack.org/elastic-recheck/
> are now sorted by the # of hits we've gotten in the last 24hrs across
> all queues, so that we know how much immediate pain this is causing us.
> We'll do this on the #openstack-gate IRC channel, which I just created.
> We'll be helping people through what's required to build fingerprints,
> trying to get lots of eyes on the existing bugs, and see how many of
> these remaining races we can drive out.
> Looking forward to Monday!
> Sean Dague
> Samsung Research America
> sean at dague.net / sean.dague at samsung.com
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