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From Gabriel Reid <gabriel.r...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Continuous Integration is up and running
Date Tue, 07 Aug 2012 20:08:14 GMT
Thanks for getting that all set up Matthias!

Could you (or Josh, or anyone with the rights to do so) add my address (greid@apache.org)
to the email notification list on the jobs (or grant me editing rights)?

Thanks,

Gabriel 


On Tuesday 7 August 2012 at 21:54, Matthias Friedrich wrote:

> Hey guys,
> 
> we now have two Jenkins build jobs for Crunch:
> 
> * https://builds.apache.org/job/Crunch-master/
> * https://builds.apache.org/job/Crunch-master-integration/
> 
> The first one runs "mvn package" on commit, the second one runs
> "mvn verify" nightly. Apache's build farm seems to be overloaded
> so I think it's better to be good citizens and not run our integration
> tests on commit. If you want email notifications you can add your mail
> address at the job configuration page (you need editing authorization
> for this). Before taking this further towards producing reports, let's
> see how stable the system is.
> 
> Thanks Josh and Brock for getting this started!
> 
> 
> For people reading this mail on the archives: If you are using git and
> get an error message "Could not apply tag ... Please tell me who you
> are" then see INFRA-4697.
> 
> Jenkins wans to tag each build and that fails if git's user.email and
> user.name (http://user.name) are missing. Some build machines are properly set up, others
> aren't, producing this error message. You can set these configuration
> values in your Jenkins job config. In section "Build Environment",
> activate checkbox "Set environment variables" and enter the following:
> 
> GIT_COMMITTER_NAME=Jenkins
> GIT_COMMITTER_EMAIL=your.name@example.com (mailto:your.name@example.com)
> 
> Good luck :)
> 
> Regards,
> Matthias




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