On Fri, 2022-02-25 at 22:35 +0100, Dan Čermák wrote:
Peter Boy <pboy(a)uni-bremen.de> writes:
> Excuse my ignorance, but I'm just wondering what sense the regular rawhide
"compose check reports" make. Who processes this information?
> E.g. in today's report "Fedora-Rawhide-20220224.n.1 compose check
report" on devel(a)lists.fedoraproject.org I find under New OpenQA failures
> URL: https://openqa.fedoraproject.org/tests/1146933
> ID: 1146980 Test: aarch64 Server-dvd-iso base_reboot_unmount@uefi
> and about 17 other failure entries.
> Who cares about that? Or is not necessary to take care of it?
I am pretty certain that Adam and probably other members of Fedora's QA
team review these reports and decide whether the compose is good to go
It's meant to give anyone who's interested a quick overview of the
day's status, and anyone can review the results. The failed tests are
linked directly. If you find the volume a bit much, the topic is easy
to filter to a separate folder - this is what I do in fact (I filter
these reports and the "compose report" mails generated by releng to a
dedicated Reports folder).
When I have time I send a manual reply explaining the failures, but 36
and Rawhide have both been pretty chaotic lately so I haven't had time.
Very broadly, most tests are actually passing now, a few are affected
by known bugs. Most of interest to Server is that the aarch64 disk
images are affected by
not run on first boot as it should).
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