[openstack-dev] [qa] [heat] [neutron] - Status of Heat and Neutron tempest blueprints?

Sean Dague sean at dague.net
Thu Mar 6 12:53:03 UTC 2014

We're at Freeze, so I want to pick up and understand where we currently
stand with both Neutron and Heat actually getting tested fully in the gate.

First Neutron -

We know that this is *close* as the full job is running non voting
everywhere, and typically passing. How close are we? Or should we be
defering this until Juno (which would be unfortunate).

Second Heat -

The Heat tests that are in a normal Tempest job are relatively trivial
surface verification, and in no way actually make sure that Heat is
operating at a real level. This fact is a contributing factor to why
Heat was broken in i2.

The first real verification for Heat is in the Heat slow job (which we
created to give Heat a separate time budget, because doing work that
requires real guests takes time).

The heat slow job looks like it is finally passing much of the time -

It's seeing a 78% pass rate in check. Can anyone in the Heat team
confirm that the Failures in this job are actually real failures on
patches that should have been blocked?

I'd like to get that turned on (and on all the projects) as soon as the
Heat team is confident on it so that Heat actually participates in the
tempest/devstack gate in a material way and we can prevent future issues
where a keystone, nova, neutron or whatever change would break Heat in git.


Sean Dague
Samsung Research America
sean at dague.net / sean.dague at samsung.com

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