[openstack-dev][tripleo] TripleO CI Summary: Sprint 24

Rafael Folco rfolco at redhat.com
Fri Jan 11 17:27:01 UTC 2019


The TripleO CI team has just completed Sprint 24 (Dec 20 thru Jan 09).
The following is a summary of completed work during this sprint cycle:


   Created Zuul configuration and changed repository scripts for the new
   Fedora 28 promotion pipeline, including container build jobs.

   Replaced multinode scenarios(1-4) with standalone scenarios(1-4) jobs
   across TripleO projects. Also fixed missing services for standalone
   scenario jobs. A few changes are still “in-flight” and are close to merge.

   Tempest is now successfully running on Fedora 28 standalone jobs.

   Improved reproducer solution using upstream Zuul containers by moving
   code to an ansible role in rdo-infra/ansible-role-tripleo-ci-reproducer and
   automated the libvirt setup.

   Created a new OVB workflow without te-broker, moved OVB repo from github
   to gerrit and did a PoC with new reproducer and OVB jobs.  The tebroker is
   no longer part of the ovb workflow.

The planned work for the next sprint [1] are:


   Apply changes for Fedora 28 promotion pipeline in production environment
   to start collecting logs for container build job.

   Complete transition from multinode scenarios (1-4) to standalone jobs
   across all TripleO projects.

   Improve the new Zuul container reproducer by automating nodepool config
   for libvirt.

   Enable CI on OVB under ovb’s new git repo in the openstack namespace.

   Refactor the upstream zuul job configuration to consolidate file
   parameters into one repo openstack-infra/tripleo-ci.

   Begin to move the RDO-Phase2 Baremetal jobs to upstream tripleo.

The Ruck and Rover for this sprint are Arx Cruz (arxcruz) and Sorin Sbarnea
(ssbarnea). Please direct questions or queries to them regarding CI status
or issues in #tripleo, ideally to whomever has the ‘|ruck’ suffix on their
nick. Notes are recorded on etherpad [2].



[2] https://review.rdoproject.org/etherpad/p/ruckrover-sprint25
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