[openstack-dev] [Nova][infra][third-party] Intel actively seeking solution to CI issue and getting close to a solution
shane.wang at intel.com
Fri Jul 17 07:00:28 UTC 2015
Yes, Anita. We are seeking the alternatives to fix it and hope the CIs can be recovered very soon.
Also please allow me to explain a little bit, we shut down the service without any email notification, but update the wiki (https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/ThirdPartySystems/Intel-PCI-CI) only according to the suggestion from the Infra team.
[09:18:52] <anteaya> then if anyone wonders what is happening with your system they check the status page
[09:18:52] <anteaya> does that make sense?
[09:19:13] <anteaya> correct
[09:19:23] <anteaya> anytime you need to change the status of your ci
[09:19:37] <jyuso1> OK,thanks.I
[09:19:37] <anteaya> change it here
[09:19:45] <jyuso1> I'll change it soon
[09:19:49] <anteaya> and please don't send an email to the mailing list, people won't read it anyway
We're going to make the CIs more stable in the future, and in case that any issue happened unexpectedly, we will let the community know.
Sorry for inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
From: Anita Kuno [mailto:anteaya at anteaya.info]
Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2015 10:34 AM
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Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [Nova][infra][third-party] Intel actively seeking solution to CI issue and getting close to a solution
On 07/15/2015 10:19 PM, yongli he wrote:
> Hello OpenStackers!
> The Intel PCI/SRIOV/NGFW/PTAS CI located in China, due to reasons
> beyond our control, lost connectivity to the Jenkins servers.
The great firewall of China is making quite a few folks unhappy.
> Although the CI
> system is working fine we haven't been able to report results back for
> about a month now.
> We are actively looking for a solution to this problem.
> Currently we are seeking a VM in AWS or similar public cloud to hold
> our CI logs,
Have you taken a look at any of the fine offerings from companies who operate OpenStack public clouds?
> which will quickly give us a short term solution. For a longer term
> solution we are exploring moving to machines located in the US.
> Sorry for the inconvenience and your patience.
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