[ovirt-devel] local vdsm build fails
dcaroest at redhat.com
Fri Jun 6 14:16:52 UTC 2014
On Fri 06 Jun 2014 03:53:41 PM CEST, Nir Soffer wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Dan Kenigsberg" <danken at redhat.com>
>> To: "Piotr Kliczewski" <piotr.kliczewski at gmail.com>, fsimonce at redhat.com, nsoffer at redhat.com, dcaro at redhat.com
>> Cc: devel at ovirt.org
>> Sent: Friday, June 6, 2014 12:15:18 PM
>> Subject: Re: [ovirt-devel] local vdsm build fails
>> On Fri, Jun 06, 2014 at 09:19:11AM +0200, Piotr Kliczewski wrote:
>>> I pulled the latest vdsm from master and noticed that build is failing.
>>> Here is the patch that causes the failuer:
>>> and looking at jenkins comments I can see that jenkins was failing
>>> with the same reason:
> Nir has already fix that as well. The storage tests were just fine, but
> a post build script was running cp incorrectly.
> David pointed that we need a way to distinguish between test errors and failures.
> He suggested looking up strings in the test output - we should not go there, unless
> we want to "fix" this many more times in the future.
> I suggest to use the these rules:
> - SUCCESS - make check returns 0
> - FAILURE - make check returns 1
> - ERROR - anything else returned by make check or any other script.
> I think that make check does work like this, but it should be easy to change.
> What do you think?
>> Thanks for your report. Nir has already fixed this in
>> It was introduced in http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/28226/ but missed also
>> because we have turned PYFLAKES off in unit test jobs. We must turn it on in
>> at least one of the tests (or initiate a new jenkins job for `make
>> As a quick fix, David has re-enabled PYFLAKES in
Perfect for me, but you should know that it will fail also when strange
things occur, for example, out of memory, of disk space, slave
disconnected, network error, etc.
If you are willing to treat those (the most common infra failures) as
devel failures, then no problem on my side, but I don't want you to
start ignoring test errors because it's most probably an infra error
(don't get me wrong, it's totally normal to start ignoring an alarm
that is not a real problem, as infra members we will try to minimize
the infra issues, but it's not yet as stable as we'd like it to be).
Red Hat S.L.
Continuous Integration Engineer - EMEA ENG Virtualization R&D
Email: dcaro at redhat.com
RHT Global #: 82-62605
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