On Tue, 2015-09-29 at 18:12 -0700, Adam Williamson wrote:
So, er, yeah....sorry :/ I was updating openQA to the latest tests
stuff today and accidentally updated the system completely. That
to stop openQA working properly - I don't think the openSUSE folks
testing the 'stable' release against current openSUSE any more, and I
think some stuff changed in the more recent Mojolicious versions
they've sent out which breaks the old 'stable' release.
So I tried to fix it for a bit and couldn't, and can't find a way to
downgrade stuff back again. So I decided to just bump up to the
'unstable' openQA - it's working fine on happyassassin and upstream
actually running it on openqa.opensuse.org
if you look (it's got the
newer web UI and stuff). So I did that, and then went to reboot the
machine to get a clean start...and it never seems to have woken up
again. Sooo...yeah, I busted it. Sorry :( I tried poking around in
RH provisioning system where the box seems to live, but couldn't get
to wake up again (hope I didn't make it worse).
Can anyone who has access to the management console or whatever
get the machine up and running again? Sorry again!
OK, I managed to get it back up, and openQA is back up and running
properly, I think. It's chewing through Final TC1 tests now.
Turns out the problem was that we had it using a repo called
"devel:languages:perl" , which upstream no longer recommends - I guess
it used to be needed to get some perl modules, but now it's too new,
and the missing perl modules are in a special repo in the openQA OBS
area, the one that
calls "openQA-perl-modules". I ditched the other repo, added that one,
did a 'zypper dup' (which is like distro-sync) and openQA stopped
So we got a bit of an unplanned upgrade, but it does seem like
everything is working, and the good news is now we're on a newer openQA
which has the feature we need to use different disk images for the UEFI
tests, and also has a patch I just got merged to allow batch job
querying by ID so I can maybe tweak the 'wait for jobs to complete'
sorry for the mess!
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