Monday, July 27, 2015

Enabling automated back-filling on mozilla-inbound for few hours

tl;dr; we're going to enable automated back-filling tomorrow Tuesday for
few hours on mozilla-inbound.

We were aiming for Monday but pushed it to Tuesday to help publicize this more.

If on Wednesday there are no fall-outs we will leave it running for m-i for a week before enabling it on other places.

Posted on various mailing lists including mozilla.dev.tree-management.

> Hello all,
>
> We are planning to turn on a service that automatically backfills
> failed test jobs on m-i. If there are no concerns, we would like to
> turn this on experimentally for a couple of hours on [Tuesday]. We
> hope this will make it easier to identify which revision broke a
> test. Suggestions are welcome.
>
> The backfilling works like this: - It triggers the job that failed
> one extra time - Then it looks for a successful run of the job on the
> previous 5 revisions. If a good run is found, it triggers the job
> only on revisions up to this good run. If not, it triggers the job on
> every one of the previous 5 revisions. Previous jobs will be
> triggered one time.
>
> The tracking bug is:
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1180732
>
> Best, Alice

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Zambrano Gasparnian, Armen
Automation & Tools Engineer
http://armenzg.blogspot.ca



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