[Development] CI infra broken

Tony Sarajärvi tony.sarajarvi at qt.io
Tue Jan 30 23:13:08 CET 2018


We worked around the bug, but it took hours to move all data involved here. The system is back up and running now.

You might have noticed quite a few provisioning failures (details show a proxy problem) failing your builds right after I got things up and running. Two things here. The proxy was never launched after we migrated it. An oversight on our part. Secondly the provisioning scripts have a check whether or not a proxy is available. I had created a bug there. Sorry about that. I have a fix created now for that. Anyway, just restage the commits and things should roll again. I did that for a few of the tasks for you :)

The earlier e-mail about CI updates ongoing where I mentioned that the capacity is lower than usual for the time being. That’s still the situation. This day just caused delays there. We’re now at 50%, but we should be at 75% or so in the morning. Hopefully during tomorrow we’ll have all hosts available again…with the new version of openNebula running newer KVM hosts (hopefully more stable). A lot of hopes there 😝

With regards,

From: Tony Sarajärvi
Sent: tiistai 30. tammikuuta 2018 14.33
To: 'development at qt-project.org' <development at qt-project.org>
Subject: RE: CI infra broken


Seems we ran out of luck again. The openNebula VM seems to be broken. We reached a bug in vSphere that’s still unresolved by VMware. We have to recreate the VM, and that will take some time. Estimate for getting the CI up is tomorrow.


From: Tony Sarajärvi
Sent: tiistai 30. tammikuuta 2018 12.20
To: 'development at qt-project.org' <development at qt-project.org<mailto:development at qt-project.org>>
Subject: CI infra broken


We have problems with our infra currently. We’re working on it. For the time being, the CI is down.

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