[openstack-dev] [placement] [infra] [qa] tuning some zuul jobs from "it works" to "proper"

Chris Dent cdent+os at anticdent.org
Tue Oct 2 09:09:37 UTC 2018

On Wed, 19 Sep 2018, Monty Taylor wrote:

> Yes. Your life will be much better if you do not make more legacy jobs. They 
> are brittle and hard to work with.
> New jobs should either use the devstack base job, the devstack-tempest base 
> job or the devstack-tox-functional base job - depending on what things are 
> intended.

I have a thing mostly working at https://review.openstack.org/#/c/601614/

The commit message has some ideas on how it could be better and the
various hacks I needed to do to get things working.

One of the comments in there is about the idea of making a zuul job
which is effectively "run the gabbits in these dirs" against a
tempest set up. Doing so will require some minor changes to the
tempest tox passenv settings but I think it ought to

Some reviews from people who understand these things more than me
would be most welcome.

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