[Gluster-infra] Creation of Clang Job in Upstream Jenkins
Niels de Vos
ndevos at redhat.com
Tue Mar 29 10:55:48 UTC 2016
On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 03:47:16PM +0530, Prasanna Kalever wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 3:28 PM, Niels de Vos <ndevos at redhat.com> wrote:
> > On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 12:01:59PM +0530, Prasanna Kalever wrote:
> >> On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 6:12 PM, Michael Scherer <mscherer at redhat.com> wrote:
> >> > Le mardi 22 mars 2016 à 15:48 +0530, Prasanna Kalever a écrit :
> >> >> Hello,
> >> >>
> >> >> W
> >> >> e have integrated clang checker job in local Jenkins 10.70.41.41, thanks to
> >> >> Raghavendra Talur for sitting with me.
> >> >>
> >> >> Can someone grant me the access to upstream Jenkins
> >> >>
> >> >> ? so that I can replicate the clang job there.
> >> >> As part of this, I request to install '
> >> >> clang-analyzer.noarch package in all the slaves
> >> >
> >> > I assume you mean "all the Linux slave", since I am not sure there is
> >> > such package for netbsd and freebsd ?
> >> >
> >> > I pushed the change on salt and ansible.
> >> Thanks misc,
> >> I am planning to use Centos slaves, so your assumption is right.
> >> Can some one grant me credentials of upstream Jenkins please?
> >> I am waiting for this...
> > I might be late to the conversation...
> > Should we run this on our Gluster slaves in our already difficult to
> > maintain Jenkins infra. Or should this be a (scheduled) job that runs on
> > the machines in the CentOS CI?
> > Examples of jobs that we currently have in the CentOS CI:
> > - https://ci.centos.org/view/Gluster/
> > - https://github.com/gluster/glusterfs-patch-acceptance-tests/tree/master/centos-ci
> > We can also trigger on patch submissions, but if we do that, we need to
> > decide how the reporting back to Gerrit should be done. Would it require
> > a new label?
> Hi Kaushal, Vishwanath Bhat,
> I would like to do this as per Niels suggestions i.e. on CentOS CI,
> As part of this I need your help in doing the following:
> 1. Creating a new label "Clang-Check" in gerrit
> 2. Adding ssh keys in CentOS CI side slaves
> 3. Triggering part of the clang JOB
You can already write a script that checks out the change from Gerrit
and runs the tests. This script runs on a cleanly installed CentOS
machine, so it will need to install any dependencies for building with
clang too. See the libgfapi test-case in the link above for an example.
Send the script as a pull-request to the GitHub repository, and we'll be
able to put that in a Jenkins job in the CentOS CI. After a few
test-runs, we can then enable the reporting back to Gerrit (assuming the
label has been created).
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