- 1 Status
- 2 Components
- 3 Description
The status report of the CI is available here: http://f0ab4dc4366795c303a0-8fd069087bab3f263c7f9ddd524fce42.r22.cf1.rackcdn.com/ci_status/results.html This report is updated by a cron job, which is part of osci (see below).
- infrastructure.hg This repo contains the high level installation scripts. http://hg.uk.xensource.com/openstack/infrastructure.hg
- install-nodepool Contains the low-level installation scripts, used by infrastructure.hg/osci/*
- nodepool Responsible for pre-baking nodes
- project-config Scripts for baking the nodes
- openstack-citrix-ci Services to run tests on the nodes
- openstack-xenapi-testing-xva Scripts to build the ubuntu appliance
- xenapi-os-testing Main entry point for the tests, and an exclusion list.
- devstack-gate Used to run the tests
What branches are used in production
Nodepool service will launch an instance in the Rackspace cloud, and run the XenServer related scripts from project-config/nodepool/scripts. The responsibilities of those scripts are:
- Convert the instance to a xenserver
- Install a virtual appliance inside the xenserver. The virtual appliance is created by a service running inside Citrix. The appliance is created with the scripts living at openstack-xenapi-testing-xva and the produced appliances are stored here: http://downloads.vmd.citrix.com/OpenStack/xenapi-in-the-cloud-appliances/ and in RackSpace containers as well.
- prepare the node for running OpenStack tests - this is "standard OpenStack magic"
- once preparation finished, shut down the node
After nodepool ran those scripts, it will take a snapshot of that node, so that further instances could be launched quicker. Unfortunately the upstream nodepool is not prepared for this lifecycle, so we are running a custom version of nodepool.
The second service is citrix-ci, which will get nodes from the pool and run https://github.com/stackforge/xenapi-os-testing/blob/master/run_tests.sh on them. This script will customise the cached version of devstack-gate.
The third service is citrix-ci-gerritwatch that is listening for gerrit events and communicates with citrix-ci.
This is the instance which orchestrates the execution of tests.
- Authentication via ssh keys. For access, join the XenAPI team meeting on IRC.
- All the components are deployed to this instance.
- created with scripts living inside infrastructure.hg/osci (this is a citrix -internal repository)
- IP address is also stored within the repository
- source code: https://github.com/citrix-openstack/openstack-citrix-ci
- /opt/osci/src is where sources live
- /opt/osci/env is the python virtual environment where it's installed
- /etc/osci/osci.config is the configuration file
- /var/log/osci/citrix-ci-gerritwatch.log is the log file for gerritwatch
- /var/log/osci/citrix-ci.log is the log file for osci
- /var/log/osci/status_upload.log is the log file for the status-upload cron job
- A separate user, osci is used to run all the services. If you want to access the python environment, do the following:
sudo -u osci -i . /opt/osci/env/bin/activate
- For update, use the scripts provided at infrastructure.hg/osci.
This service watches the gerrit stream and adds jobs to the queue
- Logs: /var/log/osci/citrix-ci-gerritwatch.log
- (Re)start: (re)start the service citrix-ci-gerritwatch
This service progresses jobs through the lifecycle (see below)
- Logs: /var/log/osci/citrix-ci.log
- (Re)start: (re)start the service citrix-ci
- three threads:
- main (run through state machine, see below)
- collect results (long blocking process, so its split out so main stuff makes progress -- service net?)
- delete node (go to collected, delete is a pain, tries up to to 10 mins, need to fix the delete process!!!!!)
cron job: upload status
- Uploads the CI status to swift
- Can be disabled by touching the file /etc/osci/skip_status_update
crontab -l -u osci
These utilities are available if you activated the environment. Some of the utilities are available without activating the environment by using symlinks/wrapper scripts. These are: osci-manage and osci-view.
- osci-check-connection - should be removed.
- checks to node, to xenserver, then logs uploaded to swift from both
- what citrix-ci service runs
- runs main lifecycle
- can also manually add a job to the queue
- upload logs from local host directory up to swift
- called from osci-manage (via python not cli)
- what citrix-ci-gerrit-watch runs
- reads gerrit stream and adds jobs to DB
- creates job DB
- osci-run-tests - could be used to run the tests on a node.
- print out what commands would be executed, use the "print" executor:
osci-run-tests [print|exec] user host ref
- To run the tests, use a exec executor:
osci-run-tests exec jenkins 188.8.131.52 refs/changes/86/131386/1 openstack/nova
- calls out to host to run tests
- used (via python not cli) by osci-manage
- print out what commands would be executed, use the "print" executor:
- prints out the job DB in useful ways
To report status:
- osci-view is called and content uploaded to swift
- source code: https://github.com/citrix-openstack/nodepool
- installed branch: 2014-11
- configuration file: /etc/nodepool/nodepool.yaml
- a separate nodepool user runs this service.
Provisions VMs to use in the tests
- Logs: /var/log/nodepool/nodepool.log, /var/log/nodepool/debug.log
- (Re)start: killall nodepool; rm /var/run/nodepool/nodepool.pid; start nodepool
to get information/control the nodepool service.
- To list the images:
To see how its all doing:
To claim a node:
nodepool hold id
These scripts are used by nodepool to prepare the nodes. Please see that nodepool's configuration refers to the location of these scripts.
- source code: https://github.com/citrix-openstack/project-config
- branch: xenserver-ci
- cloned to: /root/src/project-config
- to update these scripts, you don't need to restart any services.
- osci-view list: Gives current queue, what is running etc. Shouldn't have jobs in here that are 'older' than 2 hours unless they are 'Finished'.
- nodepool list: Gives a list of the currently available nodes. Should have some nodes that are 'Ready' or 'Building'
- eval `ssh-agent`; ssh-add ~/.ssh/citrix_gerrit; osci-manage -c 12345/1; ssh-agent -k: Queue job 12345, patchset 1
- Queued -> Running: citrix-ci job has got a new node from nodepool (nodepool list will show it as 'held') does osci-run-tests to hand over to xenapi-os-testing
- Running -> Collecting: Job has finished; citrix-ci has changed state to Collecting - waiting on log collection thread
- Collecting -> Collected: Log collection thread has posted logs to swift and updated job with logs URL
- Collected -> Finished: Citrix-ci has posted to gerrit and the job is now complete
- <anything> -> Obsolete: a new job for the same change (recheck or new patchset) has been added
- http://git.openstack.org/cgit/stackforge/xenapi-os-testing/ (although currently using https://github.com/citrix-openstack/xenapi-os-testing)
- Actual job runner; downloaded by openstack-citrix-ci/osci/tests/test_instructions.py
- citrix-ci: https://github.com/citrix-openstack/openstack-citrix-ci
- Workflow manager
- TODO - move to upstream, but for now... https://github.com/citrix-openstack/devstack-gate
- TODO - move to upstream, but for now... https://github.com/citrix-openstack/install-nodepool
- start using stackforge http://git.openstack.org/cgit/stackforge/xenapi-os-testing/
- reduce number of excluded tests, using above stackforge integration
- stop forking infra projects, where possible
- consider moving to zuul, talk to turbo hipster folks
- create new environment to test out config changes
- create system to construct dev environments
- trial out neutron based tests (with quark?)
- BobBall to send johnthetubaguy an example on how to deploy the Main Box