[Ci-users] Duffy v2: Please send RFEs!
brian at bstinson.com
Wed Aug 23 02:46:14 UTC 2017
On Aug 22 16:24, Nigel Babu wrote:
> These are things I'd love to see fixed:
> * Request nodes in specific chasis, for instance, if we're trying to test
> performance and want a continuous baseline.
I'm -0 (but I'm pretty easily convinced :) on this, specifically because
we may not have the 'chassis' abstraction to select on if/when the
seamicros go away.
Your performance differences were in AMD vs. Intel, correct?
> * Given that Duffy v2 is going to be open source, is there going to be a
> tiny focus on someone who's not CentOS CI being able to deploy it? (I'm
> happy to be involved to do this)
If you're interested, we certainly won't say no! It would be good to
have another installation to keep us 'honest' (so to speak) in making
sure we follow good practices.
> On Tue, Aug 22, 2017 at 8:25 AM, Brian Stinson <brian at bstinson.com> wrote:
> > Hi Folks,
> > You're likely familiar with our node provisioner Duffy
> > (https://wiki.centos.org/QaWiki/CI/Duffy).
> > In order to support new features, and encourage interested folks to
> > participate in development with us, we are gathering requirements to get
> > started soon on Duffy Version 2. Duffy2 will be developed with an OSS
> > license, and posted in a public repository.
> > Some of you have pending RFEs that we'll deal with during development:
> > - Support Fedora Images (https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=13626)
> > - Support for cloud VMs in cloud.ci.centos.org
> > - Support for VLAN Isolation on the Seamicro hardware
> > - Support for extending an existing session
> > (https://bugs.centos.org/view.php?id=9773)
> > If you have a feature request for us to track let's talk about it here.
> > If you're interested in participating in the development effort, please
> > get in touch with me.
> > Happy Testing!
> > --
> > Brian Stinson
> > CentOS CI Infrastructure Team
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