[openstack-dev] Announcing the OpenStack Health Dashboard

Ghe Rivero ghe.rivero at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 13:01:33 UTC 2015

I love it! Thanks for the great job.

Ghe Rivero

Quoting Matthew Treinish (2015-12-04 21:38:29)
> Hi Everyone,
> As some people may have seen already we've been working on creating a test
> results dashboard up and running to visualize the state of the tests running in
> the gate. You can get to the dashboard here:
> http://status.openstack.org/openstack-health/#/
> It's still early for this project (we only started on it back in Sept.), so not
> everything is really polished yet and there are still a couple of issues and
> limitations.
> The biggest current limitation is based on the data store. We're using
> subunit2sql as the backend for all the data and right now we only are collecting
> results for tempest and grenade runs in the gate and periodic queues. This is
> configurable, as any job that emits a subunit stream can use the same mechanism,
> and it is something we will likely change in the future.
> We also don't have any results for runs that fail before tempest starts running,
> since we need a subunit stream to populate the DB with results. However, we have
> several proposed paths to fix this, so it's just a matter of time. But for right
> now if a job fails before tests start running it isn't counted on the dashboard.
> The code for everything lives here:
> http://git.openstack.org/cgit/openstack/openstack-health/
> If you find an issue feel free to file a bug here:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/openstack-health
> We're eager to see this grow to enable the dashboard to suit the needs of anyone
> looking at the gate results.
> We're tracking work items that need to be done here:
> https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/openstack-health-tracking
> Please feel free to contribute if you have an idea on how to improve the
> dashboard, or want to take on one of the existing TODO items. The only way we'll
> be able to grow this into something that fits everyone's needs is if more people
> get involved in improving it.
> Thanks,
> Matthew Treinish
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