fyi, got it stable now for the moment.



On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 6:37 AM, Sean Dague <> wrote:
> On 12/09/2014 06:18 PM, Eric Windisch wrote:
>>     While gating on nova-docker will prevent patches that cause
>>     nova-docker to break 100% to land, it won't do a lot to prevent
>>     transient failures. To fix those we need people dedicated to making
>>     sure nova-docker is working.
>> What would be helpful for me is a way to know that our tests are
>> breaking without manually checking Kibana, such as an email.
> I know that periodic jobs can do this kind of notification, if you ask
> about it in #openstack-infra there might be a solution there.
> However, having a job in infra on Nova is a thing that comes with an
> expectation that someone is staying engaged on the infra and Nova sides
> to ensure that it's running correctly, and debug it when it's wrong.
> It's not a set it and forget it.
> It's already past the 2 weeks politeness boundary before it's considered
> fair game to just delete it.
> Creating the job is < 10% of the work. Long term maintenance is
> important. I'm still not getting the feeling that there is really a long
> term owner on this job. I'd love that not to be the case, but simple
> things like the fact that the directory structure was all out of whack
> make it clear no one was regularly looking at it.
>         -Sean
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