How to add a TripleO job to your projects check pipeline

How to add a TripleO job to your projects check pipeline

To ensure a non-TripleO project’s changes work with TripleO an additional check job can be added to the project’s job definitions in OpenStack’s project config

Project Config Example

In this case we’ll use openstack/neutron as an example to understand how this works. Note that this is only an example and this job may not be appropriate for your project, we will cover how to pick a job later on in this documentation. Browse through the layout.yaml file in the project-config repository until you find:

- name: openstack/neutron
  template:
    - name: merge-check
    - ...
    - ...
  check:
    - ...
    - ...
    - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-nonha-multinode-oooq-nv

The above configuration will run the TripleO job gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-nonha-multinode-oooq-nv without voting (nv). This type of job is used to inform the reviewers of the patch whether or not the change under review works with TripleO.

How to pick which job to execute for any given OpenStack project

TripleO can deploy a number of different OpenStack services. To best utilize the available upstream CI resources TripleO uses the same concept as the puppet-openstack-integration project to define how services are deployed. The TripleO documentation regarding services can be found here. Review the TripleO documentation and find a scenario that includes the services that your project requires to be tested. Once you have determined which scenario to use you are ready to pick a TripleO check job.

The following is a list of available check jobs:

gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario001-multinode-oooq
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario001-multinode-oooq-puppet
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario001-multinode-oooq-container
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario002-multinode-oooq
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario002-multinode-oooq-puppet
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario002-multinode-oooq-container
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario003-multinode-oooq
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario003-multinode-oooq-puppet
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario003-multinode-oooq-container
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario004-multinode-oooq
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario004-multinode-oooq-puppet
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario004-multinode-oooq-container
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-nonha-multinode-oooq
gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-containers-multinode

Note over time additional scenarios will be added and will follow the same pattern as the job names listed above.

Adding a new non-voting check job

Find your project in layout.yaml. An example of a project will look like the following example:

- name: openstack/$project
  template:
    - ...
    - ...

Note $project is the name of your project.

Under the section named check, add the job that best suits your project. Be sure to add -nv to the job name to ensure the job does not vote:

check:
  - ...
  - ...
  - $job-nv

Enabling voting jobs

If your project is interested in gating your project with a voting version of a TripleO job, you can follow the openstack/mistral project’s example in layout.yaml

For example:

- name: openstack/mistral
  template:
    -name: merge-check
    - ...
    - ...
  check:
    - ...
    - ...
    - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario003-multinode-oooq-puppet
  gate:
    - gate-tripleo-ci-centos-7-scenario003-multinode-oooq-puppet

Note the example does not append -nv as a suffix to the job name

Troubleshooting a failed job

When your newly added job fails, you may want to download its logs for a local inspection and root cause analysis. Use the tripleo-ci gethelogs script for that.

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