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From "Allen Wittenauer (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (HADOOP-11746) rewrite test-patch.sh
Date Tue, 21 Apr 2015 20:44:00 GMT

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Allen Wittenauer updated HADOOP-11746:
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    Release Note: 
* test-patch.sh now has new output that is different than the previous versions
* test-patch.sh is now pluggable via the test-patch.d directory, with checkstyle and shellcheck
tests included
* JIRA comments now use much more markup to improve readability
* test-patch.sh now supports either a file name, a URL, or a JIRA issue as input in developer
mode
* If part of the patch testing code is changed, test-patch.sh will now attempt to re-executing
itself using the new version.
* Some logic to try and reduce the amount of unnecessary tests.  For example, patches that
only modify markdown should not run the Java compilation tests.
* Plugins for checkstyle, shellcheck, and whitespace now execute as necessary.
* New test code for mvn site
* A breakdown of the times needed to execute certain blocks as well as a total runtime is
now reported to assist in fixing long running tests and optimize the entire process.
* Several new options
  * --resetrepo will put test-patch.sh in destructive mode, similar to a normal Jenkins run
  * --testlist allows one to provide a comma delimited list of test subsystems to forcibly
execute
  * --modulelist to provide a comma delimited list of module tests to execute in addition
to the ones that are automatically detected
  * --offline mode to attempt to stop connecting to the Internet for certain operations
* test-patch.sh now defaults to the POSIX equivalents on Solaris and Illumos-based operating
systems
* shelldocs.py may be used to generate test-patch.sh API information
* FindBugs output is now listed on the JIRA comment
* lots of general code cleanup, including attempts to remove any local state files to reduce
potential race conditions
* Some logic to determine if a patch is for a given major branch using several strategies
as well as a particular git ref (using git+ref as part of the name).
* Some logic to determine if a patch references a particular JIRA issue.
* Unit tests are only flagged as necessary with native or Java code, since Hadoop has no framework
in place yet for other types of unit tests.
* test-patch now exits with a failure status if problems arise trying to do git checkouts.
 Previously the exit code was success.

  was:
* test-patch.sh now has new output that is different than the previous versions
* test-patch.sh is now pluggable via the test-patch.d directory, with checkstyle and shellcheck
tests included
* JIRA comments now use much more markup to improve readability
* test-patch.sh now supports either a file name, a URL, or a JIRA issue as input in developer
mode
* If part of the patch testing code is changed, test-patch.sh will now attempt to re-executing
itself using the new version.
* Some logic to try and reduce the amount of unnecessary tests.  For example, patches that
only modify markdown should not run the Java compilation tests.
* Plugins for checkstyle, shellcheck, and whitespace now execute as necessary.
* New test code for mvn site
* A breakdown of the times needed to execute certain blocks as well as a total runtime is
now reported to assist in fixing long running tests and optimize the entire process.


> rewrite test-patch.sh
> ---------------------
>
>                 Key: HADOOP-11746
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HADOOP-11746
>             Project: Hadoop Common
>          Issue Type: Test
>          Components: build, test
>    Affects Versions: 3.0.0
>            Reporter: Allen Wittenauer
>            Assignee: Allen Wittenauer
>         Attachments: HADOOP-11746-00.patch, HADOOP-11746-01.patch, HADOOP-11746-02.patch,
HADOOP-11746-03.patch, HADOOP-11746-04.patch, HADOOP-11746-05.patch, HADOOP-11746-06.patch,
HADOOP-11746-07.patch, HADOOP-11746-09.patch, HADOOP-11746-10.patch, HADOOP-11746-11.patch,
HADOOP-11746-12.patch, HADOOP-11746-13.patch, HADOOP-11746-14.patch, HADOOP-11746-15.patch,
HADOOP-11746-16.patch, HADOOP-11746-17.patch, HADOOP-11746-18.patch, HADOOP-11746-19.patch,
HADOOP-11746-20.patch, HADOOP-11746-21.branch-2.patch, HADOOP-11746-21.patch
>
>
> This code is bad and you should feel bad.



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