On 03/30 11:45, Roy Golan wrote:
> Hi all,
> Eyal and I sat together to analyse and tweak the engine CI and this is what
> we came up with:
> - dao test excludes updated - exclude dal/src/main/bundles from invoking
> dao tests
> A trivial update of validation messages without any db change would
> trigger dao test without any need. This is one less job run for lots of
> This change is effective now.
I really recommend merging this into the standard ci scripts and doing the
trigger/don't trigger stuff there
> - Spare CI re-run on trivial rebases
> Gerrit trigger supports suppressing itself if the change to the tree was
> trivial. Most of the waste of resources(time and IO :) ) is around
> rebasing a change and waiting for CI to rerun. if Change1 is ci+1 and
> Change2 is ci+1 the chances that they will break CI together is very small
> and taking that risk is most probably worth it due to the huge resources
This is not exactly how it works, trivial rebases don't care if the previous
patch had ci+1 or not, it just means that the rebase did not get any conflicts,
that most of the time is not related to the tests working or not (it might beYes but this is very unlikely to happen. But there are obvious cases where it can:
that someone change a method on another file, that your patch is using and it
will be a trivial rebase and break the tests/compile).
If HEAD chaged a configuration file like pom files or other xml like fixtures.xml so we can force a trigger if there was a diff in the rebase change list.
I don't really recommend skipping them. What you might meant is non-code
changes, those are changes that only change the commit message, for example, if
you have a patch, and you want to fix a typo in the commit message, currently
that small commit message fix will require and trigger a ci run, while when
skipping the non-code changes, it will not needed.
> This change isn't effective yet - *Please reply here* if you agree or not
> to make this change available.
> All of this is 'master' - 3.6 will follow if we will agree on activating
> that change.
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