[openstack-dev] [nova] bug triage experimentation

Sean Dague sean at dague.net
Fri Jul 21 10:22:17 UTC 2017

On 07/20/2017 06:20 PM, Nematollah Bidokhti wrote:
> Hi,
> I have missed the original email on this subject.
> We [Fault Genes WG] have been doing some machine learning analysis on Nova bugs/issues from 3 different sources (Launchpad, Stackoverflow, ask.openstack.org). We have been able to take all the issues and bring them down to 15 clusters.
> We have tried to find open source tools that can help us define the fault classifications, but have not been able to find any tool.
> Therefore, our team have come to the conclusion that we need the support of some Nova experts to help define the classifications. I would like to have some discussions with Sean and others that have an interest in this area and compare notes and see how we can collaborate.
> The goal of our WG is to apply the same technique to all key OpenStack projects.

Sure, would be happy to. All this went a little bit on hold as I was off
on vacation and a conference, and am now trying to help getting freeze
critical patches back in. But I'll probably start looking again more
deeply after the feature freeze.

If you can provide me pointers to your machine learning work that
clustered things, I'd happily take a look and see how that matches with
domain experts. Thanks a bunch for also diving in here!


Sean Dague

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