[openstack-dev] [all] Zuul job backlog

Doug Hellmann doug at doughellmann.com
Wed Oct 3 16:43:25 UTC 2018

Wesley Hayutin <whayutin at redhat.com> writes:


> The TripleO project has created a single node container based composable
> OpenStack deployment [2]. It is the projects intention to replace most of
> the TripleO upstream jobs with the Standalone deployment.  We would like to
> reduce our multi-node usage to a total of two or three multinode jobs to
> handle a basic overcloud deployment, updates and upgrades[a]. Currently in
> master we are relying on multiple multi-node scenario jobs to test many of
> the OpenStack services in a single job. Our intention is to move these
> multinode scenario jobs to single node job(s) that tests a smaller subset
> of services. The goal of this would be target the specific areas of the
> TripleO code base that affect these services and only run those there. This
> would replace the existing 2-3 hour two node job(s) with single node job(s)
> for specific services that completes in about half the time.  This
> unfortunately will reduce the overall coverage upstream but still allows us
> a basic smoke test of the supported OpenStack services and their deployment
> upstream.
> Ideally projects other than TripleO would make use of the Standalone
> deployment to test their particular service with containers, upgrades or
> for various other reasons.  Additional projects using this deployment would
> help ensure bugs are found quickly and resolved providing additional
> resilience to the upstream gate jobs. The TripleO team will begin review to
> scope out and create estimates for the above work starting on October 18
> 2018.  One should expect to see updates on our progress posted to the
> list.  Below are some details on the proposed changes.


Thanks for all of the details, Wes. I know the current situation has
been hurting the TripleO team as well, so I'm glad to see a good plan in
place to address it. I look forward to seeing updates about the


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