Zuul CI Jobs

Zuul CI Jobs

devstack-base

Base abstract Devstack job.

Defines plays and base variables, but it does not include any project and it does not run any service by default. This is a common base for all single Devstack jobs, single or multinode. Variables are defined in job.vars, which is what is then used by single node jobs and by multi node jobs for the controller, as well as in job.group-vars.peers, which is what is used by multi node jobs for subnode nodes (everything but the controller).

devstack-minimal

Minimal devstack base job, intended for use by jobs that need less than the normal minimum set of required-projects.

devstack

Base devstack job for integration gate.

This base job can be used for single node and multinode devstack jobs.

With a single node nodeset, this job sets up an “all-in-one” (aio) devstack with the six OpenStack services included in the devstack tree: keystone, glance, cinder, neutron, nova and swift.

With a two node nodeset, this job sets up an aio + compute node. The controller can be customised using host-vars.controller, the sub-nodes can be customised using group-vars.subnode.

Descendent jobs can enable / disable services, add devstack configuration options, enable devstack plugins, configure log files or directories to be transferred to the log server.

The job assumes that there is only one controller node. The number of subnodes can be scaled up seamlessly by setting a custom nodeset in job.nodeset.

The run playbook consists of a single role, so it can be easily rewritten and extended.

devstack-multinode

Simple multinode test to verify multinode functionality on devstack side. This is not meant to be used as a parent job.

devstack-platform-centos-7

Centos 7 platform test

devstack-platform-opensuse-423

openSUSE 43.2 platform test

devstack-platform-opensuse-tumbleweed

openSUSE Tumbleweed platform test

devstack-platform-fedora-latest

Fedora latest platform test

devstack-tox-base

Base job for devstack-based functional tests that use tox.

This job is not intended to be run directly. It’s just here for organizational purposes for devstack-tox-functional and devstack-tox-functional-consumer.

devstack-tox-functional

Base job for devstack-based functional tests that use tox.

Runs devstack, then runs the tox functional environment, then collects tox/testr build output like normal tox jobs.

Turns off tox sibling installation. Projects may be involved in the devstack deployment and so may be in the required-projects list, but may not want to test against master of the other projects in their tox env. Child jobs can set tox_install_siblings to True to re-enable sibling processing.

devstack-tox-functional-consumer

Base job for devstack-based functional tests for projects that consume the devstack cloud.

This base job should only be used by projects that are not involved in the devstack deployment step, but are instead projects that are using devstack to get a cloud against which they can test things.

Runs devstack in pre-run, then runs the tox functional environment, then collects tox/testr build output like normal tox jobs.

Turns off tox sibling installation. Projects may be involved in the devstack deployment and so may be in the required-projects list, but may not want to test against master of the other projects in their tox env. Child jobs can set tox_install_siblings to True to re-enable sibling processing.

devstack-unit-tests

Runs unit tests on devstack project.

It runs run_tests.sh.

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