Feature #4199

ci: Read-only config file

Added by Christos Stavrakakis over 7 years ago. Updated about 7 years ago.

Status:Closed Start date:07/31/2013
Priority:Medium Due date:
Assignee:Ilias Tsitsimpis % Done:

100%

Category:synnefo-ci Spent time: -
Target version:0.15

Description

Do not update the configuration file, because:
1) is tracked by the repository
2) The order of sections/options changes.

Use a different method for finding the temporary configuration file. (e.g. a build serial ?)

Associated revisions

Revision 79144a72
Added by Ilias Tsitsimpis over 7 years ago

ci: Temporary_config supports multiple machines

Use one temporary_config that will contain information
about every machine we have build until now, so we
can go back and use/inspect one of them.

Refs #4199

Revision c441b6a7
Added by Ilias Tsitsimpis about 7 years ago

ci: Temporary_config supports multiple machines

Use one temporary_config that will contain information
about every machine we have build until now, so we
can go back and use/inspect one of them.

Refs #4199

Revision 12942207
Added by Ilias Tsitsimpis about 7 years ago

ci: Temporary_config supports multiple machines

Use one temporary_config that will contain information
about every machine we have build until now, so we
can go back and use/inspect one of them.

Refs #4199

History

#1 Updated by Christos Stavrakakis over 7 years ago

To elaborate more on the build serial:
You can have a prefix for the created instances, and the final name can be the prefix + the serial. e.g.: snf-ci-42.
Then you can have a directory holding the necessary configuration for each build, e.g. /tmp/snf-ci-builds/42.

If you have this, then you can run steps for previous builds, e.g. snf-ci burnin --serial=40.

#2 Updated by Ilias Tsitsimpis over 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

ci: Temporary_config supports multiple machines

Use one temporary_config that will contain information
about every machine we have build until now, so we
can go back and use/inspect one of them.

#3 Updated by Ilias Tsitsimpis about 7 years ago

  • Status changed from Resolved to Closed

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