[openstack-dev] [Reminder] - Gate Blocking Bug Day on Monday Jan 27th
mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Tue Jan 28 17:02:41 UTC 2014
On 1/24/2014 2:29 PM, Sean Dague wrote:
> Correction, Monday Jan 27th.
> My calendar widget was apparently still on May for summit planning...
> On 01/24/2014 07:40 AM, Sean Dague 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!
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For those that haven't compared numbers yet, before the bug day
yesterday the percentage of uncategorized bugs was 73% and now it's
96.4%, so fingerprinting is better.
I'll leave it up to Sean to provide a more executive-level summary if
one is needed. :)
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