[openstack-dev] [TripleO] Future CI jobs

Gregory Haynes greg at greghaynes.net
Tue Aug 19 19:55:02 UTC 2014

Excerpts from Derek Higgins's message of 2014-08-19 10:41:11 +0000:
> Hi All,
>    I'd like to firm up our plans around the ci jobs we discussed at the
> tripleo sprint, at the time we jotted down the various jobs on an
> etherpad, to better visualize the matrix of coverage I've put it into a
> spreadsheet[1]. Before we go about making these changes I'd like to go
> through a few questions for firm things up
> 1. Did we miss any jobs that we should have included?
>    gfidente mentioned on IRC about adding blockstoragescale and
> swiftstoragescale jobs into the mix, should we add this to the matrix so
> at each is tested on at least one of the existing jobs?
> 2. Which jobs should run where? i.e. we should probably only aim to run
> a subset of these jobs (possibly 1 fedora and 1 ubuntu?) on non tripleo
> projects.
> 3. Are there any jobs here we should remove?
> 4. Is there anything we should add to the test matrix?
>    Here I'm thinking we should consider dependent libraries i.e. have at
> least one job that uses the git version of dependent libraries rather
> then the released library
> 5. On selinux we had said that we would set it to enforcing on Fedora
> jobs, once its ready we can flick the switch. This may cause us
> breakages as projects evolve but we can revisit if they are too frequent.
> Once anybody with an opinion has had had a chance to look over the
> spreadsheet, I'll start to make changes to our existing jobs so that
> they match jobs on the spreadsheet and then add the new jobs (one at a time)
> Feel free to add comments to the spreadsheet or reply here.
> thanks,
> Derek
> [1]
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LuK4FaG4TJFRwho7bcq6CcgY_7oaGnF-0E6kcK4QoQc/edit?usp=sharing

Looks Great! One suggestion is that due to capacity issues we had a
prioritization of these jobs and were going to walk down the list to add
new jobs as capacity became available. It might be a good idea to add a
column for this?


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