[openstack-dev] [third-party][ci] Transition your devstack-gate based CI to local.conf
mihailmed at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 16:43:07 UTC 2017
On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 11:12 PM, Nilesh Savant
<Nilesh.Savant at veritas.com> wrote:
> Hello Mikhail,
> We are operating CI for Veritas HyperScale, Due to this changes our CI
> started failing,
> Could you please help us by providing the sample local.conf file as per new
> It will be great if you can point us to any of the working CI with your
> changes for reference.
You can find working local.conf files in the logs of OpenStack Infra
CI, e.g. . I am maintaining IBM PowerKVM CI, our current conf is
. For the sake of ml (the logs would expire) a local.conf might
looks like this:
To fix your CI you need to stop using localrc, and use
[[local|localrc]] section of local.conf instead. There are a few
things you can do, e.g. use DEVSTACK_LOCAL_CONFIG as suggested by
Clark. What it means is you can try setting it to contain your old
localrc settings: e.g. DEVSTACK_LOCAL_CONFIG=$(< old_localrc_file).
This needs to be done before devstack-gate starts, you can not use it
from pre_test_hook. You should also avoid writing directly to
local.conf. I would not want to give you changes that I made to our CI
because I likely am not using a stable interface.
Please also check the writeup by Sean Dague .
I am usually on freenode during US daytime, #openstack-third-party-ci
and #openstack-infra are good places to ask questions.
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