[Gluster-devel] Cleaning some old build job on jenkins ?
lmohanty at redhat.com
Wed Aug 5 17:59:48 UTC 2015
On 08/05/2015 07:05 PM, Michael Scherer wrote:
> Le mardi 04 août 2015 à 16:22 +0200, Michael Scherer a écrit :
>> (resending from gluster-infra)
>> so while fiddling around with jenkins interface (<autopromotion>now in
>> ssl</autopromotion>), I wondered about cleaning the following jobs:
>> - cmockery2
>> - kerbauth-pre-commit-19
>> - kerbauth-builds-f19
>> - glusterfs-unittests
>> - glusterfs-rpms-el6-nsr
>> - glusterfs-rpms-nsr
>> - glusterfs-devrpms-el6-nsr
>> - GlusterFS-hadoop
> this one just send a email to 2 RH people, I am gonna ask them about it.
> The gluster hadoop project on github seems dormant.
>> - rh-bugid
>> who have not been fixed since more than 1 year, or not run since 1 year
>> Would anyone be against removing them ?
>> ( so far, on irc, people said "go for it", but I want to make sure we do
>> not miss anything )
>> It would make the interface less cluttered, and help refactoring the
>> current test.
>> If no one is against, i will do it next week.
> So while on it:
> "Automated Covscan runs"
> this one requires coverty, so likely a license, and at least the binary.
> Lala ?
So this job is supposed to run coverity scans using
"https://scan.coverity.com". This Jenkins job basically compiles the
code and uploads it to scan.coverity.com to do the scan. So we don't
need any license of Coverity.
I used to do these runs through a shell script in my laptop. So it would
be good if we can run it through Jenkins and we just need a slave to run
this job successfully.
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