Barak Korren commented on OVIRT-1918:
So, supposing project A and B are completely fine, a failure in project C
can still prevent changes in A and B to go ahead through the pipeline and
This statement is false - what will happen in this case is that a bisection
search will run and isulate the change to project C, while allowing the changes
for A and B to pass. This si the whole point of CQ and the difference between
it and the 'experimental' system it replaced.
[~sbona...@redhat.com] Un;ess you need further clarification, I will close this
ticket as WONTFIX.
> Single project tests in change-queue-tester
> Key: OVIRT-1918
> URL: https://ovirt-jira.atlassian.net/browse/OVIRT-1918
> Project: oVirt - virtualization made easy
> Issue Type: By-EMAIL
> Reporter: sbonazzo
> Assignee: infra
> Please change change-queue-tester jobs for testing a single project at a
> time (ok for multiple patches at once, but from the same project).
> Right now if multiple patches are merged between a change-queue-tester
> execution and the next one are done, all of them will be tested in the next
> run, even if the changes are in different projects.
> So, supposing project A and B are completely fine, a failure in project C
> can still prevent changes in A and B to go ahead through the pipeline and
> get released.
> This cause major headaches at least to me, requiring me to go again over
> all the HEAD of the projects not being published and run yet again "ci
> re-merge please" again and again and again until I'm lucky enough to have
> nobody else merging patches or having all the ttested patches pass at once.
> I understand the need to reduce the amount of executions of the job since
> it takes an hour to execute but right now it's stealing days of execution
> for getting a patch landing on tested repo.
> SANDRO BONAZZOLA
> ASSOCIATE MANAGER, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, EMEA ENG VIRTUALIZATION R&D
> Red Hat EMEA <https://www.redhat.com/>
> TRIED. TESTED. TRUSTED. <https://redhat.com/trusted>
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