[Gluster-devel] [Gluster-infra] Possibility to move our Jenkins setup to the CentOS Jenkins infra

Niels de Vos ndevos at redhat.com
Mon Feb 2 11:25:59 UTC 2015

On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 07:43:39AM -0500, Justin Clift wrote:
> Hi all,
> One of the things which has been a fair drag for the developer part of
> the Gluster Community, is maintaining our own Jenkins infrastructure.
> When chatting with the CentOS guys (pre-FOSDEM) the other day, there is
> the possibility we could use their Jenkins infrastructure instead.
> They have a *bunch* of physical nodes (100+), and several other projects
> are using it as well (Ceph, and others).
> This would potentially make things easier for us, and they're not limited
> to running things on CentOS either.  They already have FreeBSD nodes,
> and don't foresee problems with getting NetBSD up and running.
> At the moment, I'm kind of having the opinion this could be a good
> way forward, and we should probably try out our smoke/regression scripting
> on their setup to see if it's workable.
> And if it turns out to be, then great, and we migrate all of our jenkins
> there then decommission ours (including the master. :)
> What do people reckon?

Sounds good to me in general. Is there a document that describes their
Jenkins setupi (like provisioning of the slaves)? Note that we do not
(yet) have a way of automated multi-host tests in Jenkins, but that
should be looked into one day.  Also, is it possible for Gluster
Community members to log into a Jenkins slave and troubleshoot specific

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