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Re: [Xen-devel] [OSSTEST PATCH v13 21/24] Create a flight to test OpenStack with xen-unstable and libvirt

On Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 07:09:06PM +0100, Ian Jackson wrote:
> Anthony PERARD writes ("[OSSTEST PATCH v13 21/24] Create a flight to test 
> OpenStack with xen-unstable and libvirt"):
> > This patch creates a flight "openstack*", with those jobs:
> Do you mean it creates a "branch" ?  But I don't think it does.  I
> predict no changes to the output of mg-list-all-branches.  You
> probably want to edit cr-for-branches.

Maybe branch is the right word, but this patch does not change anything
anymore. I've try to split changes in "make-fligh" from the on in ap-*
and cr-*, but the description is just not clear enough.

> >   build-amd64
> >   build-amd64-libvirt
> >   build-amd64-pvops
> >   build-amd64-xsm
> >   build-arm64
> >   build-arm64-libvirt
> >   build-arm64-pvops
> >   build-arm64-xsm
> >   build-armhf
> >   build-armhf-libvirt
> >   build-armhf-pvops
> >   build-armhf-xsm
> >   test-amd64-amd64-devstack
> >   test-amd64-amd64-devstack-xsm
> >   test-arm64-arm64-devstack
> >   test-arm64-arm64-devstack-xsm
> >   test-armhf-armhf-devstack
> >   test-armhf-armhf-devstack-xsm
> Does it add these jobs to existing flights ?  I think it probably
> does.  Is that intentional ?  I think it probably isn't.  If it is you
> should explain it in the commit message - and also explain why this is
> OK despite you not keeping tested versions of all the input branches
> (ie, risking uncontrolled regressions in openstack components breaking
> the xen pushes...)

Last time I've check, by testing this patch with the next one, those
jobs where only part of a branch names "openstack-ocata" and did not
change anything else.

Anthony PERARD

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