[CentOS-devel] CS9: current firefox not in compose

Mon Sep 12 14:47:33 UTC 2022
Troy Dawson <tdawson at redhat.com>

On Sun, Sep 11, 2022 at 2:05 AM Phil Perry <pperry at elrepo.org> wrote:

> On 11/09/2022 08:41, Branislav Náter wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> >
> > On Sat, Sep 10, 2022 at 8:46 PM Leon Fauster via CentOS-devel
> > <centos-devel at centos.org <mailto:centos-devel at centos.org>> wrote:
> >
> >     I wonder about the current firefox build 91.13.0-1.el9? Its not on
> the
> >     mirrors (comp 20220829) nor in the last prod compose (20220909) /
> both
> >     lists firefox-91.11.0-2.el9 ... Thanks.
> >
> >
> > For inclusion in the compose, it has to pass testing. Testing is still
> > in progress.
> >
> >
> I'm just trying to understand how it can still be in testing for Stream
> when it has clearly passed testing and been released to RHEL? I thought
> Stream sat 'upstream' of RHEL?
> What extra testing is performed for packages in Stream that is not
> performed for the same packages in RHEL? What tests are failing? Should
> we be concerned as RHEL users that we are not receiving the full testing
> experience?

So people know the sequence of events.

firefox-91.13.0-1.el9_0 was built in RHEL 9.0  on 2022-08-18
- The build passed all of it's gating tests.
- This was built on a RHEL 9.0 buildroot, and tested on a RHEL 9.0 buildroot
- This got pushed to RHEL 9.0 only

firefox-91.13.0-1.el9 was built on CentOS Stream 9 and RHEL 9.1 on
- This build did not pass it's gating tests - it still hasn't
- This was built on a RHEL 9.1 buildroot, and tested on a RHEL 9.1 buildroot
- As far as I can tell, it's got the same tests.  It's possible that one or
more of the tests went from "warn when it fails" to "fail when it fails",
but it looks like the tests are the same.
- It's also possible that something changed in RHEL 9.1 that is causing the
tests to fail.
- I'm not on the firefox team, I'm just looking at the gating system, and
to be honest, when I look beyond the "passed" - "failed" parts and into the
results, I get lost.

>From everything I can see, this delay wasn't the result of an embargo,
simply tests not passing.

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