[openstack-dev] [tripleo] upstream OVB jobs - roadmap
Alfredo Moralejo Alonso
amoralej at redhat.com
Mon Nov 27 13:44:44 UTC 2017
On Thu, Nov 23, 2017 at 7:59 PM, Emilien Macchi <emilien at redhat.com> wrote:
> Queens's main theme is stabilization.
> That's what we're currently working on in our CI, see which areas we
> can consolidate and stabilize so we can continue to scale TripleO
> One of the challenges that we had in the last years was the high
> demand of OVB jobs versus the capacity.
> To address that, we recently decided to remove ovb-nonha. It was a good
> Now we have:
> - ovb-ha which test introspection, Pacemaker, TLS, net-iso (multi-nics)
> - ovb-containers which tested a containerized overcloud
> - ovb-1ctlr_1comp_1ceph-featureset024: which was renamed from
> ovb-updates and is supposed to test ipv6 overcloud, stack updates &
> ceph. It doesn't test stack updates (since the switch to
> tripleo-quickstart), and Ceph is already extensively tested in
> multinode scenario001/004 jobs.
> That said, I think we can consolidate the OVB jobs in 2:
> - keep ovb-ha and containerize it in Queens and beyond: it was already
> approved and change is being applied now:
> indeed, we decided as a community that we would stop supporting
> non-containerized overclouds in Queens and beyond.
We still have some multinode jobs running non-containerized deployment in
periodic pipeline (failing after https://review.openstack.org/#/c/518423/).
Should we remove these jobs?
> - remove ovb-containers in Queens and beyond: useless now, since we
> have ovb-ha containerized: https://review.openstack.org/#/c/522579/
> - Remove ovb-1ctlr_1comp_1ceph-featureset024 and create ovb-ha-ipv6:
> indeed, ceph is already well tested in scenarios, ipv6 would be
> tested in ovb-ha-ipv6.
> for overcloud updates, I haven't seen the feature in quickstart but
> I might have missed something (any help here is welcome).
> At the end, we should end up with 2 OVB jobs:
> - ovb-ha (could be renamed in ovb-ha-ipv4 if that helps)
> - ovb-ha-ipv6
> Both would test the things that can't be tested by multinode:
> - Nova / Ironic / Mistral workflow
> - Introspection
> - TLS
> - Network Isolation
> - IPv6 for the ovb-ha-ipv6
> - Containerized overcloud
> As a result, we have more coverage (except for stack updates but it
> needs to be addressed in quickstart first) and less jobs, so less
> resources consumed.
> Any feedback on this plan is more than welcome,
> Emilien Macchi
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