[openstack-dev] [cinder] Request exemption for removal of NetApp FC drivers (no voting CI)
liuxinguo at huawei.com
Sat Mar 21 02:41:19 UTC 2015
I think what we are talking is huawei-volume-ci, not huawei-ci. It is huawei-volume-ci that is on behalf of huawei 18000 iSCSI and huawei 18000 FC driver.
Regarding to "only report failures when a patch really does break your integration", I think huawei-volume-ci probaly should be marked as "not stable", but not "not reported". And have a look at all the other CI's report, I think some of them are really not stable too.
I do not understand why huawei-volume-ci is marked as "not reported".
The server of "review.openstack.org" is located at the United States (U.S.) and there is really a network problem between our CI and the review server.
Till now we are really working hard for this and our CI will be moved to a more stable network soon.
Mike, will you please have a consider about this? Thanks very much!
Thanks and best regards,
发件人: Mike Perez [mailto:thingee at gmail.com]
发送时间: 2015年3月21日 6:37
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主题: Re: [openstack-dev] [cinder] Request exemption for removal of NetApp FC drivers (no voting CI)
On 21:53 Fri 20 Mar , Rochelle Grober wrote:
> Ditto for Huawei.
> While we are not *reliably* reporting, we are reporting and the
> necessary steps have already been taken (and more importantly,
> approved) to get this reliably working ASAP.
> We respectfully request the same consideration for our cinder drivers.
The most important piece of a CI meeting the requirements is that the test pass with your storage solution configured in Cinder, and to only report failures when a patch really does break your integration. Otherwise, there is no point. So far, the times Huawei-ci has reported have been false failures .
 - https://review.openstack.org/#/q/reviewer:+huawei-ci+project:openstack/cinder,n,z
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