[openstack-dev] [ironic] About third-party CI
kurt.r.taylor at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 15:46:55 UTC 2016
On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 8:21 AM, Jim Rollenhagen <jim at jimrollenhagen.com>
> Hi Ironicers,
> This email serves as a reminder (and a bit of a call to action) about our
> third party CI policy:
> 1) When I went to find a link to the policy, I realized that it isn't in
> developer docs, but only in our specs repo. Can someone volunteer to
> document this in our dev docs?
This will be documented as a part of this patch:
> 2) A number of drivers do not have third-party CI up, let alone reporting
> on patches. Unless someone moves quickly, I strongly suspect the
> drivers will be dropped from our tree before the end of Newton. These
> the setup.cfg names.
> It's important to note that some ironic folks have taken the burden of
> maintaining some untested drivers in an out-of-tree repo, however this
> is not an official OpenStack project, and not part of the ironic
> 3) The SSH drivers (pxe_ssh and agent_ssh) that we use for some testing
> currently are planned to be dropped. First, we need to update
> project-config to make sure all of those jobs are moved to an equivalent
> *_ipmitool job, and drop the _ssh jobs. Then we can go ahead and remove
> the drivers. I'd like a volunteer for this as well, but am happy to take
> it on as needed.
> 4) The drivers that use pyghmi (pxe_ipminative and agent_pyghmi) currently
> not tested in ironic's CI. We have multiple jobs for each of the
> drivers. Instead of making new jobs, we could just move one of the
> drivers to use the pyghmi drivers (since they both use IPMI, it should
> simple to do so). As with above, I'm happy to do this if there are no
> Thanks for reading (and hopefully volunteering!).
> // jim
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