[Ci-users] testing fedora in CICO

Vladimir Benes benesv at email.cz
Mon Aug 19 19:08:09 UTC 2019


Hi all,
any idea if we can schedule fedora images now? I know we are sharing
systems with Fedora CI (and I am testing NetworkManager there too) but
I would love to have Fedora/NM-branch tested nightly to see how stable
tests are and catch some issues if there are any.

Any hints? I do really want to avoid vagrant on top of CentOS images.

Thanks,
Vladimir


On Wed, 2019-03-06 at 10:33 +0100, Vladimir Benes wrote:
> Hi all,
> I know there are fedora images available in CI is there any howto use
> that? I am especially looking for rawhide and f30.
> 
> I am now using something like this in build script:
> ....
>     url_base="http://admin.ci.centos.org:8080"
>     # This file was generated on your slave.  See 
> https://wiki.centos.org/QaWiki/CI/GettingStarted
>     api=open('duffy.key').read().strip()
>     ver="7"
>     arch="x86_64"
>     count=1
> 
>     get_nodes_url="%s/Node/get?key=%s&ver=%s&arch=%s&count=%s" %
> (url_base,api,ver,arch,count)
> 
>     dat=urllib.urlopen(get_nodes_url).read()
>     b=json.loads(dat)
> 
>     tests=process_raw_features(features, test_branch)
>     print (tests)
> 
>     for h in b['hosts']:
>         h += str(".ci.centos.org")
> 
> ....
> 
> any idea? I saw libvirt was for sure testing a bunch of fedoras.
> Thanks,
> Vladimir



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