[automated-testing] CentOS-CI not pulling latest patches committed to glusto resulting in build failure

Kshithij Iyer kiyer at redhat.com
Mon Jan 7 14:46:10 UTC 2019

Hi Nigel,
Thank you for the advise.
However I have observed that there is one other issue with CentOS-CI or the
Jenkins job(Not sure of what is wrong!), the domain names are not properly
configured which leads to [1]. '*hostname -s*' is the command which is used
to fetch network short names, however while running it on CentOS-CI it
returns only *n16* instead of returning *n16.dusty. *This happens
because *`hostname
-s`* splits the hostname till the first *. (dot) *due to which it only
returns a part of the actual network short name which causes the peer probe
to fail with "*peer probe: failed: Probe returned with Transport endpoint
is not connected" *error*.* The solution to this problem could be to
configure the domain name such that *`hostname -s` *returns *n16-dusty *instead
of *n16.dusty *by replacing the *.(dot) *with a

*-(dash). *[1]:

Kshithij Iyer
Gluster QE Intern

On Mon, Jan 7, 2019 at 9:16 AM Nigel Babu <nigelb at redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi Kshithij,
> Let me restate the problem. Please correct me if I'm wrong. You have two
> patches[1], [2] that are not passing Centos CI at the moment. Both your
> patches are failing because you do not have Nag's fixes for peer detach[3].
> It's not the CI's job to rebase your patch. You have to rebase your patch.
> You can either do that manually with the git cli or you can use the rebase
> button on Gerrit.
> To verify it has worked correctly, after you rebase, look for the
> "Parent(s)" line on Gerrit, click on "(cgit)" after the commit hash, which
> will take you to the parent for your change. Make sure your parent is newer
> than Nag's fix. Then retrigger Centos-CI and it should run with your fixes.
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> [1]: https://review.gluster.org/#/c/glusto-tests/+/21862/
> [2]: https://review.gluster.org/#/c/glusto-tests/+/21932/
> [3]: https://review.gluster.org/#/c/glusto-tests/+/21983/
> On Mon, Jan 7, 2019 at 8:54 AM Kshithij Iyer <kiyer at redhat.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I have been trying to verify 2 of my patches through CentOS-CI and have
>> faced issues where CentOS-CI is not being able to fetch the latest patches
>> committed to glusto. The patch went in peer_detach() so all the testcases
>> which use them might fail to verify. Have attached the links to the logs
>> below. Please have a look at it.
>> [ 1 ]
>> https://ci.centos.org/job/gluster_glusto-patch-check/1055/artifact/glustomain.log
>> [ 2 ]
>> https://ci.centos.org/job/gluster_glusto-patch-check/1054/artifact/glustomain.log
>> Thanks,
>> Kshithij Iyer
>> Gluster QE Intern
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