Please note that we are going to upgrade Jenkins today. Due to this it is
put into shutdown mode and thus it is not executing jobs till the update is
We aim at making this procedure as smoothly as possible, but we face
network issues right now and thus this looks like we will have to cancel
When you get confirmation that upgrade is finishes, feel free to retrigger
any jobs you feel a need to. As usually you can drop us a note on infra if
you have any problems.
Senior Software Engineer - RHEV CI - Red Hat
Please note that SQL files under dbscripts directory were formatted to allow easy review of changes in future
You can find the basic formatting rules in 
Next step is to find a way to auto-verify auto-format on he patch level.
Meanwhile, please insure that your future patches follows the new formatting rules
Thanks for your cooperation
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This week news:
* oVirt mirrors back on track:
Most of the mirrors are back up and mirroring, the rest amarchuk is
working with them on restoring the up status too
* fc23 builds!
We now have fc23 builds in the snapshot repos, so any projects that nee=
them can start migrating to use them instead of fc22 ones (kudos sbonaz=
* Fixed publishers issue with ova files
Now ova files will not break the publishers anymore
* 4 new el7 slaves
As an ongoing improvement, we spun up 4 new el7 slaves, to help with the
load, we are working on getting as many as possible as soon as possible
* Solved a bunch of space issues in the slaves
There were a bunch of failures due to a space leak on the mock runner, =
was fixed and will avoid those issues from now on.
* CI flag propagation
There's a new hook that propagates the CI flag value in case of non-code
changes (those that only change the commit message). So no more changes
should go without CI flag. If you had one of those changes before the h=
was set, you can trigger the change again in jenkins and the CI value w=
be propagated (remember that you must trigger the change that has code
changes, hit the 'include all patchsets' checkbox in jenkins )
* Infra docs hosting up and running
We started the migration last week, and now the infra-docs are now host=
live, and automatically updated at readthedocs.org 
Thanks everyone for keeping the infra running!
Red Hat S.L.
Continuous Integration Engineer - EMEA ENG Virtualization R&D
Tel.: +420 532 294 605
RHT Global #: 82-62605
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what is the expectation/assumption about firewalld on a CentOS 7 host
where you want to install vdsm onto?
Is vdsm taking care of it?
I'm asking this, because firewalld seems to be in the default package
(please correct me if I am wrong) set of CentOS 7 and thus installed
I see that now master is building 27 permutations, is that expected?
Have we dropped support for some browsers there?
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