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Name: LCA14-208: Introduction to CI @ Linaro 3 of 3
Date: 04-03-2014
Speaker: F.Boudra, T.Baker, M.Wasilewski
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhD-QNZTguY

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LCA14: LCA14-208: Introduction to CI @ Linaro 3 of 3 LCA14: LCA14-208: Introduction to CI @ Linaro 3 of 3 Presentation Transcript

  • Tue-4-Mar, 12:10pm, F.Boudra, T.Baker, M.Wasilewski LCA14-208: Intro to CI @ Linaro 3 of 3
  • Hour 1 ● QA Services will introduce you to existing Linaro Test Plans ● Builds and Baselines will provide an overview to our build system, how to create, manage and close out a build and how to submit the build artifacts to LAVA for a test on lab hardware. Hour 2 ● LAVA will describe the process of adding new test capabilities (New Platforms and/or New external test equipment) ● QA Services will overview how they use LAVA for tests Hour 3 ● LAVA will show you new features to improve test result filtering and Visualization in LAVA ● QA Services will show you how Linaro rolls all the Build results, Test Results (Manual / LAVA) into our test reports Intro to CI @ Linaro
  • • LAVA is an automation framework • i.e. scheduling jobs and interfacing with hardware • it provides a basic level of visualization • LAVA results can be easily published to external systems for performing advanced analysis • 1. QA Test Reports • 2. Publishing to downstream data stores • 3. Post processing by advanced statistical tools, R, etc... Getting the most out of LAVA Results
  • • LAVA Test Shell Results • Pass / Fail / Measurement • Helper functions • Regular Expression Parsing • lava-test-attach • limits • LAVA Log files • LAVA Results API • job_submit • job_status • job_get • General Publishing capabilities • No rules • Simply a step at the completion of your regular tests to copy files to other systems • Scripts that pass files - HTTP, Custom Servers, SCP, NFS, etc... Recording Data During LAVA jobs
  • • Submit Job • Live Results • Poll the results • Filter LAVA Jobs • Visualize LAVA results • Add comments on an observation Demo
  • • Automated results • Calxeda highbank • Calxeda midway • Arndale-Octa (coming soon) • FVP models (including Foundation model) • Manual results • Ubuntu • Android • Publishing test results • mailing lists • release page • Reporting defects • Launchpad • mailing lists • Jira QA Test Reports
  • • Combining manual and automated test results • Detecting scheduled but not executed test suites from LAVA • Tagging weekly/monthly test results (as opposed to daily tests) • Better presentation than Google spreadsheets New QA reporting tools (coming soon)
  • More about Linaro Connect: http://connect.linaro.org More about Linaro: http://www.linaro.org/about/ More about Linaro engineering: http://www.linaro.org/engineering/ Linaro members: www.linaro.org/members