[openstack-dev] [neutron] [third-party] Current status of Neutron 3rd Party CI and how to move forward

Sukhdev Kapur sukhdevkapur at gmail.com
Sun Jun 15 00:59:42 UTC 2014

Hi Kyle,

Arista CI has been voting +1 for success and comments in case of Failures.
Are the CI's now allowed to post -1 for failures? I have to make a minor
change to start voting -1.

Please advise.

On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 10:07 AM, Kyle Mestery <mestery at noironetworks.com>

> I've spent some time doing some initial analysis of 3rd Party CI in
> Neutron. The tl;dr is that it's a mess, and it needs fixing. And I'm
> setting a deadline of Juno-2 for people to address their CI systems
> and get them in shape or we will remove plugins and drivers in Juno-3
> which do not meet the expectations set out below.
> My initial analysis of Neutron 3rd Party CI is here [1]. This was
> somewhat correlated with information from DriverLog [2], which was
> helpful to put this together.
> As you can see from the list, there are a lot of CI systems which are
> broken right now. Some have just recently started working again.
> Others are working great, and some are in the middle somewhere. The
> overall state isn't that great. I'm sending this email to
> openstack-dev and BCC;ing CI owners to raise awareness of this issue.
> If I have incorrectly labeled your CI, please update the etherpad and
> include links to the latest voting/comments your CI system has done
> upstream and reply to this thread.
> I have documented the 3rd Party CI requirements for Neutron here [3].
> I expect people to be following these guidelines for their CI systems.
> If there are questions on the guidelines or expectations, please reply
> to this thread or reach out to myself in #openstack-neutron on
> Freenode. There is also a third-party meeting [4] which is a great
> place to ask questions and share your experience setting up a 3rd
> party CI system. The infra team has done a great job sponsoring and
> running this meeting (thanks Anita!), so please both take advantage of
> it and also contribute to it so we can all share knowledge and help
> each other.
> Owners of plugins/drivers should ensure their CI is matching the
> requirements set forth by both infra and Neutron when running tests
> and posting results. Like I indicated earlier, we will look at
> removing code for drivers which are not meeting these requirements as
> set forth in the wiki pages.
> The goal of this effort is to ensure consistency across testing
> platforms, making it easier for developers to diagnose issues when
> third party CI systems fail, and to ensure these drivers are tested
> since they are part of the integrated releases we perform. We used to
> require a core team member to sponsor a plugin/driver, but we moved to
> the 3rd party CI system in Icehouse instead. Ensuring these systems
> are running and properly working is the only way we can ensure code is
> working when it's part of the integrated release.
> Thanks,
> Kyle
> [1] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/ZLp9Ow3tNq
> [2]
> http://www.stackalytics.com/driverlog/?project_id=openstack%2Fneutron&vendor=&release_id=
> [3] https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/NeutronThirdPartyTesting
> [4] https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/ThirdParty
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