Re: cip-dev progress report weeks 20 - 29


Robert Marshall <robert.marshall@...>
 

Zoran

Thanks for this.

Zoran S <zoran.stojsavljevic.de@...> writes:

The master of B@D now installs 2018.4 rather the latest from
debian-backports making the tool more resilient to upstream changes
and allowing us to evaluate an upstream change before it goes live.
I absolutely agree with this approach, only I would use the following
Lava release:

ii lava-dispatcher
2018.5.post1-1+stretch amd64 Linaro Automated
Validation Architecture dispatcher
ii lava-server
2018.5.post1-1+stretch all Linaro
Automated Validation Architecture server

Thus making this line in the integration scripts as following:

sudo DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get -y install
lava=2018.5.post1-1+stretch -t stretch-backports

I have tested this release, and with exclusion of minor bugs it works
very fine (these bugs are also present in 2018.4).
We've stuck with 2018-4 as it has worked but will evaluate newer
versions at appropriate times rather than finding the version has
changed on a fresh provision and potentially having to fix things quickly!


Do NOT use Lava 2018.7 (I guess, it is a mess)!
Thanks for this information - I'll see when we get to it!

Robert


Thank you,
Zoran
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On Wed, Jul 25, 2018 at 2:31 PM, Robert Marshall
<robert.marshall@...> wrote:
Hi! Here's a report on the Codethink CIP testing development over the
past few weeks.

CIP kernel testing

- The master of B@D now installs 2018.4 rather the latest from
debian-backports making the tool more resilient to upstream changes
and allowing us to evaluate an upstream change before it goes live.

- Also linked to the above the beaglebone black health check now uses an
inline test; this both breaks the reliance upon an upstream test repos
structure and making testing less dependent upon needing an internet connection.

- Renesas board - this hardware continued to not give consistent results in B@D
tests so for the moment development has been suspended.

- Development has started on using docker containers for B@D - the
kernelci one is up and kernel builds have successfully been uploaded
to it, there is an outstanding issue with retrieving those builds from
the container. Work is also being carried out on the lava docker container.

Robert
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