[Pulp-dev] Proposal to replace pulp 2.15's nightly jobs
pcreech at redhat.com
Fri Nov 10 15:43:58 UTC 2017
On Fri, 2017-11-10 at 10:26 -0500, Jeremy Audet wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 9, 2017 at 4:58 PM, Patrick Creech <pcreech at redhat.com> wrote:
> > As part of the ongoing release engineer changes, I would like to propose utilizing the pulp-
> > packaging* jobs in jenkins for nightlies going forward and turning off the build-automation jobs
> > starting monday.
> We have any releases in progress. The next beta build will be 2.14.3 on Nov 14th. This seems like
> a great time to switch to something new.
Good point, I probably should have been more specific by stating 2.15's nightly jobs, not all of
them. I don't want to touch 2.14's jobs since we have a nice cutoff barrier between 2.14.3 and
2.15.0 releases. Moving 2.15+ nightly's workflows over sooner than later though will help with the
preparation for 2.15.0's release. The 2.14's jobs would simply be turned off after 2.14.3 ga's.
> > Something of note, the location for pulp-packaging's nightly rpms are at http://koji.katello.org
> > /rel
> > eases/yum/pulp-nightly/pulp/ (bits are tested there). Would this be ok as the current new place
> > for
> > nightly rpms, or would we want to sync them over to repos.fedorapeople.org?
> Hosting packages in just one place is simpler than hosting packages in multiple places. There's
> less room for error when the simpler thing is done.
It shouldn't be too hard to set up. I would probably want to keep it in a 'nightly' or 'master'
folder instead of a versioned folder, to help aign the intent of explicitly distinguishing this
workflow from others. Thoughts?
> > I'm also open to suggestions for more reflective job names than 'pulp-packaging*'
> > You're friendly neighborhood Release Engineer
> > Patrick
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