On Mon, Mar 1, 2021 at 4:44 PM Jan Pazdziora <jpazdziora(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Mon, Mar 01, 2021 at 02:05:42PM +0100, Michal Srb wrote:
> Hi there,
> This update is ~5 months old. We moved to a different cluster in the
> meantime. The old cluster has been (afaik) decommissioned.
> The new cluster is: https://osci-jenkins-1.ci.fedoraproject.org
Were the old runs migrated to the new cluster, or have they just
gotten lost? In the first case, could the links shown by Bodhi be fixed?
In the second case, could Bodhi just say something like "results are
no longer available but we believe they were pass", instead of having
the user land on known broken URL?
I don't know how the old cluster was configured, but we only keep logs for
45 days on the new cluster. I think it was pretty much the same on the old
cluster as well, so we did not bother migrating anything (the old and new
clusters were running simultaneously for couple of months). If you need
results for some older Bodhi update, you can do "bodhi updates
Fixing URLs in Bodhi would be tricky... I am going into technical details
here, but the way all this works is that CI pretends that it doesn't know
about Bodhi -- it just tests Bodhi updates and then it broadcasts messages
with URLs and results. Whoever is interested can then intercept the
messages and process them. One such service that listens and processes the
CI messages is ResultsDB, which then remembers a few things from them (like
the overall result and the URLs). Bodhi then only talks to ResultsDB.
So fixing any URLs would mean either testing and broadcasting new messages,
or kinda lying and re-sending the old messages again, with fixed URLs...
And since Bodhi and CI don't talk to each other, there is currently on way
how CI could share information about its retention policies.
> I can rerun the tests for you so you get a new URL in Bodhi.
That's not necessary, I was actually after the original results.
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