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From Josh Elser <>
Subject Re: More jenkins results
Date Fri, 13 Mar 2015 20:57:32 GMT
Ugh, brain didn't catch up before <enter> was hit.

Send me a ping if you'd like to have control to configure the Accumulo 
jobs and I can add an account for you.

Christopher, I'll send you an email shortly with your credentials since 
you brought up this discussion.

Josh Elser wrote:
> Ok, I figured out how to do jenkins roles so that I can limit things
> down to a specific set of jobs.
> I'll change my nightly 1.6 and master branch IT jobs to send to
> notifications@ and we can go from there. I won't duplicate normal UT
> jobs from apache jenkins.
> Mike Drob wrote:
>> If it goes to notifications@ that is inherently a noisy list and I'm not
>> worried about Josh taking a week off and a nightly build failing and
>> sending an email.
>> Christopher, would a set of keys held in escrow cover your concerns?
>> Josh, thanks for doing this and keeping it running on your own dime. A
>> real
>> mensch!
>> On Mar 13, 2015 2:43 PM, "Christopher"<> wrote:
>>> I'm not suggesting to impose external control. I just think it'd be
>>> nice to know that, if the worst were to happen, and the service
>>> started behaving badly while you were on vacation, we'd have some
>>> recourse to control the automated notices to the email lists.
>>> [ If you do get hit by a truck, I *will* call you out on it ;) ]
>>> --
>>> Christopher L Tubbs II
>>> On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 3:32 PM, Josh Elser<> wrote:
>>>> If I wasn't clear the first time, anyone can view the results right
>>>> now.
>>>> I'm still not sure why you feel the need to impose external control
>>>> over
>>> a
>>>> system that I'm paying for and offering to provide as a service to the
>>>> project. Unless I get hit by a truck, it's not like I won't be
>>> responsive --
>>>> and if I do rescind on that promise, you are more than welcome to
>>>> call me
>>>> out on it. Being unresponsive is one criticism that I don't think I've
>>> been
>>>> given WRT Accumulo.
>>>> IMO, the real question here is are people going to be looking at these
>>>> results and doing anything with them? If they're just going to
>>>> /dev/null,
>>>> it's not worth it to me and I'll just do triage/fixing as I find time.
>>>> Christopher wrote:
>>>>> Looks fine in Chrome to me (but my Chrome is using my shared NSS
>>>>> certificate store for my system).
>>>>> I can't think of anything immediately to configure... just speculating
>>>>> that it might add utility when needed. At the very least, I would want
>>>>> more than one person with the ability to turn off / modify the email
>>>>> to the mailing list, if necessary.
>>>>> Being able to view the results without configuration permissions would
>>>>> still be added value on its own, though.
>>>>> --
>>>>> Christopher L Tubbs II
>>>>> On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 2:56 PM, Josh Elser<>
>>> wrote:
>>>>>> Maybe this will help too. Last night's builds:
>>>>>> If you use Chrome, I don't think they accept StartCom SSL certs as
>>>>>> trusted
>>>>>> (so you'll get the crazy-scary red warning page), but it should be
>>>>>> trusted
>>>>>> by default in FF.
>>>>>> Josh Elser wrote:
>>>>>>> Presently, you can see the full workspace for the last job that
>>> run.
>>>>>>> I'd have to look into Jenkins permissions, but what exactly do
>>> think
>>>>>>> you would need to configure?
>>>>>>> Christopher wrote:
>>>>>>>> That might only be valuable if we could log on to it to view
>>>>>>>> test
>>>>>>>> results and/or configure the jobs.
>>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>>> Christopher L Tubbs II
>>>>>>>> On Fri, Mar 13, 2015 at 1:24 PM, Josh Elser<>
>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>> For those who don't know, I run a Jenkins instance on
a VPS I own.
>>>>>>>>> I've been
>>>>>>>>> running ITs for 1.6 and master nightly for some time
now and it's
>>> been
>>>>>>>>> really nice to get these results. It has just enough
resources to
>>> run
>>>>>>>>> through them reliably (some of the really heavy-handed
>>>>>>>>> fail on
>>>>>>>>> it),
>>>>>>>>> but personally it feels like a good baseline for ensuring
>>>>>>>>> tests
>>>>>>>>> are
>>>>>>>>> runnable by anyone.
>>>>>>>>> If others feel like they might get value from it, I can
set up
>>> emails
>>>>>>>>> to be
>>>>>>>>> sent to the list instead
of just
>>> to
>>>>>>>>> myself.
>>>>>>>>> Thoughts/Opinions?

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