Continuous Integration

Continuous Integration

This is a list of the CI jobs that are running against most of the Puppet OpenStack modules: The code that configures Jenkins jobs is hosted by project-config.

CI Jobs in puppet-openstack
Job name Description Voting What to do in case of failure
gate-puppet-puppet-lint It makes sure the code follows recommended Puppet style guidelines Yes Read the job logs to see where the code does not follow the Puppet lint style.
gate-puppet-puppet-syntax-{3,4} Syntax checks for Puppet manifests, templates, and Hiera YAML. The jobs run on the latest Puppet 3.x and 4.x releases. Yes Read the job logs to see where the code does not follow the Puppet syntax style.
gate-puppet-puppet-unit-{3.6,3.8,4.5} RSpec tests for Puppet manifests. Yes Read the job logs to see where the tests are failing. More documentation about RSpec
gate-puppet-puppet-unit-latest RSpec tests for Puppet manifests. The jobs run on the latest version of Puppet. It aims to be experimental to track any work to do in the module to be compatible with the latest release of Puppet. No Read the job logs to see where the tests are failing. Even though the job is non-voting, please raise a bug in Launchpad to make sure someone has a look and maybe update the module to work with latest version of Puppet.
gate-puppet-puppet-beaker-rspec-dsvm-{centos7,trusty,xenial} Beaker jobs to do functional testing. It will prepare the Puppet environment on 2 different systems (CentOS 7 and Ubuntu Trusty), run Puppet to configure the module resources and run some tests with serverspec. Yes Read the job logs. Sometimes, the job fails because of packaging issues or mirrors downtime. Please report a bug for this so we can find workarounds. Otherwise, make sure your patch is supposed to work with current tests or you’ll have to adapt the tests to change the expected behavior. More documentation about Beaker
gate-puppet-openstack-integration-{3,4}-scenarioX-tempest-dsvm-{centos7 ,trusty,xenial} Functional testing jobs that will deploy OpenStack run tempest smoke to validate OpenStack is actually working when deploying with Puppet 3 and 4 versions. More details here Yes Read the job logs. Sometimes, the job fails because of packaging issues or mirrors downtime. Please report a bug for this so we can find workarounds. It can also be a problem in Tempest, a new test that is failing or a new parameter which is missing.
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-nonha-multinode-nv Deploy a TripleO overcloud by running Puppet OpenStack modules. Yes If it’s not a TripleO CI downtime, you can dig into logs/postci.txt.gz to see why catalog is failing (grep Error). Also make sure to consult the status of TripleO CI.
puppet-openstack.fuel-library.pkgs.ubuntu.{neutron_vlan_ha,smoke_neutron} Deploy OpenStack cloud on top of libvirt VMs using Fuel and Puppet OpenStack modules. More details here No You can read the job logs and take a look into diagnostic snapshot attached to the build, however it takes some understanding of Fuel mechanics to make a good use of this logs. Fuel engineers will investigate the failure according to Fuel CI duty for Puppet OpenStack and may contact you to discuss the reason behind failure. Feel free to aks any questions on #fuel-dev at freenode.
puppet-openstack.fuel.noop Read the job logs. Fuel engineers will investigate the failure according to Fuel CI duty for Puppet OpenStack and may contact you to discuss the reason behind failure. Feel free to aks any questions on #fuel-dev at freenode. No Run Fuel-library noop tests against Puppet OpenStack modules. More details here
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