[QA] When are we moving away from Jenkins?

Chris McMahon cmcmahon at wikimedia.org
Thu Jun 5 19:39:43 UTC 2014

Today Ċ½eljko and I have some builds working in WMF Jenkins, for
MobileFrontend and for VisualEditor on headless Firefox. The MF build is
working fine except for one mysterious failure:
 pageactions_protected.feature:9 doesn't see a toast div and it should.
 Note that the step "Then I see a toast notification" is shared among
several tests, but only fails in this one context.  I don't repro the
problem locally.

Any suggestions as to why this one step might fail for Firefox on Linux
would be welcome, since we can't see the browser at this point (yet).

Tomorrow we plan to hook up at least one build to our fancy new SauceLabs
account that has 10 simultaneous VMs.

Be patient with Cloudbees just a bit longer.

On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 11:26 AM, Jon Robson <jrobson at wikimedia.org> wrote:

> Hi guys
> We are getting more and more flakiness on Cloudbees which errors such as:
> too many connection resets (due to Net::ReadTimeout -
> Net::ReadTimeout) after 65 requests on 69823467826460, last used
> 60.029632019 seconds ago (Net::HTTP::Persistent::Error)
> When can we expect to move away from Cloudbees?
> We continue to waste too much time investigating failed builds such as:
> https://wmf.ci.cloudbees.com/job/MobileFrontend-en.m.wikipedia.beta.wmflabs.org-linux-firefox/
> It would be good to have some idea of when we can expect this to happen.
> Thanks in advance
> Jon
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