[openstack-dev] [gate] any project using olso.db test_migrations is currently blocked

Ihar Hrachyshka ihrachys at redhat.com
Thu Dec 17 17:56:26 UTC 2015

Carl Baldwin <carl at ecbaldwin.net> wrote:

> On Thu, Dec 17, 2015 at 5:29 AM, Ihar Hrachyshka <ihrachys at redhat.com>  
> wrote:
>> I will update on Neutron side of things since it seems I have some  
>> knowledge
>> from the fields.
>> So first, on resources: we have Sachi and lifeless from infra side + Ihar
>> and pc_m looking into expanding constrained jobs in Neutron world.
> This is great.  Thank you for your efforts.
>> Current status is:
>> - all devstack based jobs are already constrained thanks to infra;
>> - openstack/neutron pep8/unit/doc/cover jobs are already constrained in
>> Liberty and master;
>> - for *aas repos, pc_m is currently on top of it, following up on my
>> original patches to introduce tox targets and make them voting in master
>> gate; we also look into backporting targets and gate setup into Liberty.
> This is good progress.
>> Note that the new alembic release still broke openstack/neutron repo
>> (functional job). This is because even though the job uses devstack to
>> bootstrap the environment, it still calls tox to start tests, which makes
>> the new venv with no constraints applied prepared and used. Same problem
>> probably affects fullstack and api jobs since they use similar setup
>> approach.
> Is there a bug for this?  If not, I'm considering filing a bug with at
> least High importance to track this.  I'd be tempted to mark it as
> Critical because when this stuff breaks, it generates a Critical bug.
> But, since it isn't blocking anyone *at the moment* maybe High is
> better.

I haven’t reported it. Please do.

>> So I have closing the remaining loop hole on my personal agenda; but note
>> that the agenda is really packed pretty much all the time, hence no time
>> guarantees; so if someone has cycles to help making the neutron gate more
>> fault proof, don’t hesitate to volunteer, I am extremely happy to help  
>> with
>> it.
> I understand.  We're all getting pulled in many directions.  My own
> agenda is so over-full I don't think anyone could depend on me to
> follow through with this.  Is there anyone who could volunteer to tie
> up some of these loose ends for Neutron?

Hopefully. :)


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