Thanks to all that helped to resolve the issue.
ovirt-engine passed in master CQ  and we have a new package in tested 
so you can now go back to normal merging processes
On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 12:17 PM Dafna Ron <dron(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Hello to all,
I asked to stop merging last week but it seemed to have been ignored so
*please stop merging to ovirt-engine master until further notice.*
the project has been failing for the last two weeks on various different
You continue to merge changes which means that you are risking further
regressions and making it hard to stabilize the master branch for
to make it clear:
1. all changes that were merged since sept. 4th to the master branch exist
only in the ovirt-engine master branch (i.e they are not included in your
2. any code merged to master in the past two weeks was most likely not
tested by CQ since we exit on first test failure (if your code effects
anything after the reported issues ran, they would not be tested).
3. you are putting other projects at risk for regressions since they are
tested with a 2 weeks old ovirt-engine packages.