[Gluster-Maintainers] [gluster-packaging] glusterfs-3.12.14 released
Jiffin Tony Thottan
jthottan at redhat.com
Fri Sep 14 08:41:11 UTC 2018
On Thursday 13 September 2018 08:11 PM, Niels de Vos wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 10:28:16AM -0400, Shyam Ranganathan wrote:
>> On 09/13/2018 10:10 AM, Niels de Vos wrote:
>>> Anyone that can provide me with an ansible playbook, or even scripts
>>> that need to run on server and client systems is strongly encouraged to
>>> share them. We can then include them in the CentOS CI where client and
>>> server systems can get reserved with different CentOS releases.
>>> At the moment I do not have any automation to easily run tests locally.
>>> I will rather invest time in setting up jobs in a real CI.
>> This  is what I do, and have been posting the link (almost) every
>> time I test this. This does use docker and containers, because that
>> gives me a clean environment quickly, but steps would remain the same.
>> Does this help?
> Yes, it helps and I've seen these steps several times before too :)
> The general steps can be used for setting up an environment, but ideally
> the tests do not run in manually created containers as that is
> (hopefully!) not what users do either. Testing the RPMs should be done
> on systems that mimic real world deployments as close as possible.
> The main thing that I would like to see included in the test is a script
> that takes care of
> *** run some creates and tests as needed!
> We do have a few automated container builds as well. Users that need
> containers are expected to use those. I do not think we have any
> automated (or manual) testing in place for these though :-/
>>  Package testing: https://hackmd.io/-yC3Ol68SwaRWr8bzaL8pw#
I have used above steps and verified 3.12.14 and 4.1.4 packages on
centos 7 container
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