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From Sergey Shelukhin <>
Subject Re: Running tests against branches other than master.
Date Tue, 15 Aug 2017 19:56:55 GMT
Specifying the branch name as part of the jar is the trigger. I’ve never
tried it for more than one branch at a time so I’m not sure if HiveQA
would run for every one; it seems more likely that it would pick the
latest patch, whatever that happens to be.
Also, for that to actually work the branches have to be added to some
ptest config that ptest admins can do. I think only the main branches
(e.g. branch-1/2) are set up by default.

On 17/8/15, 12:54, "Mithun RK" <> wrote:

>Hello, hive-dev.
>I was wondering if anyone could clarify how to get pre-commit tests to run
>for branches other than master.
>The dev documentation
>that if the branch-name is specified as per the naming convention,
>pre-commit tests should run on the appropriate branch. It doesn't mention
>anything about setting target-versions, etc. I only seem to have had tests
>run on master.
>Does one have to cancel-patch + submit-patch for every branch? That sounds
>Regards, etc.

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