On Tue, May 18, 2021 at 09:03:03AM +0100, Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
On Mon, May 17, 2021 at 11:43:15PM +0200, Martin Kletzander wrote:I have (finally) pushed the CI enablement patches upstream and can see the pipeline running already here: https://gitlab.com/nbdkit/libnbd/-/pipelines Clicking on the status opens it up, amongst other clickable objects are the stage icons. I managed to fix the easier issues, but there are still more which I do not know how to solve (and for some of them I tried more than I should've).Thanks for pushing this. Looking at: https://gitlab.com/nbdkit/libnbd/-/pipelines/304554718 What do grey circles (eg. x64-centos-stream-8) mean?
It's probably "scheduled" to be run, e.g. if you restarted the job, until it gets allocated a "CI runner". There is a limit on how many jobs can be running at the same time. You can also encounter it when the whole pipeline is started - the build jobs wait for the container images to be built first.
FAIL: info-list-uris.sh looks like it fails reliably on centos 8 so I'll have a look into that one. On Debian 10 (and also RHEL 7) several tests fail because they implicitly require nbdkit >= 1.14, the first version that allowed you to omit the size= parameter prefix on the memory plugin. I will fix that soon. https://gitlab.com/nbdkit/libnbd/-/jobs/1270049102 is caused by qemu-storage-daemon being broken in qemu 6.0.0. See: https://gitlab.com/qemu-project/qemu/-/issues/218 and https://www.mail-archive.com/qemu-devel nongnu org/msg808666.html I'm not sure there's an easy workaround on the libnbd side.
I see the fedora-33 container that I built locally has qemu-storage-daemon-5.1.0, but fedora-34, which passes all tests, has 5.2.0. Also I should've added "legally" here: https://gitlab.com/nbdkit/libnbd/-/blob/master/ci/README.rst#L87
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