Jan Chaloupka <jchaloup(a)redhat.com> writes:
Actually, testing rawhide build on f23 is better as I can see right
if the build is a good candidate for f23 update.
Ok, good to hear. I misunderstood.
>> Yes, the copmplete set of tests needs quite some images
>> as complete FreeIPA and OpenShift installations. This can be reduced if
>> you only want to run a subset of the tests, but it's only an initial
>> setup cost so maybe it is better to just eat it once instead of spending
>> a few days on trying to save one hour of downloading. :)
Definitely. The Jenkins script must respect that and does not delete all
images before every run.
I see. You can set $TEST_DATA to an arbitrary directory, and the images
will be taken from there. This way you can start with a fresh checkout
of the source tree every time and still don't have to download the
It looks so easy :).
Devil is in the details...