brian at bstinson.com
Fri Feb 16 16:55:03 UTC 2018
On Feb 16 16:46, Attila Darazs wrote:
> Dear CentOS CI Team & CI users,
> We run quite a few jobs on the CentOS CI system and it's an essential part
> for testing our libvirt deployment style of TripleO Quickstart.
> With the recent Jenkins security update our jobs broke while requesting
> nodes with the cico client. It was easy to fix, however it made us think
> about the advantage of using a single job scheduler for all our testing.
> Upstream OpenStack infra is now completely based on Zuul v3 without
> having Jenkins as a backend for running jobs. Soon the same thing is going
> to happen to our rdoproject.org instance as the new version of
> SoftwareFactory contains the v3 version, and we're considering replacing
> our downstream jobs with Zuul based ones as well.
> It would be an obvious advantage for us in the long term if we could unify
> the way we handle job running and configuration through Zuul instead of
> I just wanted to test the waters with regards to the CentOS CI team's
> willingness to consider setting up an instance and the other users interest
> in it.
> Please let me know what you think.
> Best regards,
>  https://bugs.launchpad.net/tripleo/+bug/1749845
>  https://docs.openstack.org/infra/zuul/
>  https://softwarefactory-project.io/docs/main_components.html
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At this point we're focusing our efforts in ci.centos.org on Jenkins.
I don't want to discourage any PoC/exploratory work, but it's out of
scope to do a large scale migration to another execution engine right
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