[Development] Upcoming CI disruptions
Janne.Anttila at digia.com
Tue Oct 16 08:08:06 CEST 2012
Rohan McGovern wrote:
> In preparation for the transfer of remaining systems from Nokia to
> Digia, various projects covered by the Qt CI will soon be migrated from
> Nokia's Pulse infrastructure to a new Jenkins setup.
Transferring Qt CI projects from Nokia Pulse infra to a new Jenkins based
setup has been completed a while ago. Rohan did great job with migration,
and as far as I know no major disruptions were found.
Now all Qt CI projects are being driven by Jenkins based system, but
CI Testers for different OS configurations, network autotest server etc are
still located in Nokia network.
Next step in CI system transfer from Nokia to Digia is to switch Qt project CI
system from Nokia hosted machines to Digia hosting. This part of migration
will begin this week. The order in which the projects will be migrated to
Digia hosted CI system is the same as it was in Pulse to Jenkins migration.
One can check the order from http://qt-project.org/wiki/CI_Migration
If no major showstoppers occur, the migration should be completed
by the end of next week. I know that the schedule is not optimal from
Qt5 Beta2 release point of view, but unfortunately we don't really have
> In theory, there should be very few user-visible differences from the
> migration. Changes may be staged as usual. However, please be aware of
> a higher than normal risk of disruptions during this time.
The above applies also for this part of the migration. But as always with
major changes there is higher than normal risk involved...
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