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Re: [libvirt] Heads up 0.10.1 release on Friday

On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 02:36:07PM +0800, Daniel Veillard wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 08:44:57PM +0200, Guido Günther wrote:
> > On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 11:19:42PM +0800, Daniel Veillard wrote:
> > >   I was a bit afraid of the .0 effect on release name, but we really
> > > have a number of problem with 0.10.0 that ought to be fixed in a
> > > "brown paper bag" release. I would urge people to report and try to
> > > fix the problem being raised in 0.10.0, let's try to get them fixed
> > > today or tomorrow and I will cut a new release on Friday,
> > > 
> > >   Sorry about that, but somehow we didn't managed to catch even serious
> > > problem during the freeze, at some point we need to fix the problem of
> > > testing the code that we push on git on a daily basis, we have many
> > > tools but we lack at doing the continuous testing :-\
> > 
> > Would setting up Jenkins to trigger libvirt-tck either on commit or
> > nightly help?
>  Definitely !!!
> > I could try to find some free time to do this. 
>  To be honnest i was thinking for months of doing something like that
> but i don't have a good infrastructure. Where would Jenkins run ?
> what kind of hardware set would be needed etc ? 

It'd start simple with a single VM running jenkins and the builds:


We can then add build slaves for other distros and operating systems step
by step. For the moment I have enough resources here. The above
currently only does make, make check and make syntax-check. I'll try to
add libvirt-tck during the next days. There's also some duning to be
 -- Guido

> > It's a bit tricky since we'd be testing libvirt, libvirt-tck, Sys-virt
> > and Qemu at once but it might be worth a try to get us more continous
> > testing.
>   It is tricky. There is also libvirt testing being added to autotest
> in the kernel, there is also the libvirt-test-API regression suite,
> but most of that requires set of machines, which i don't really have
> on libvirt.org domain, i could do that at home but that would be behind
> my firewall ...
>   What did you have in mind in terms of setup ?
>   I'm all ears !
> Daniel
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