[QA] Test repos and results...

Željko Filipin zfilipin at wikimedia.org
Tue Jan 24 09:56:17 UTC 2017

(Replying to QA mailing list, with permission.)

I am not sure if we have any documentation for tests, except for the code

Shorter tests run every time a commit is pushed to Gerrit. For example,
commit 323401[0] has more that thirty patch sets, and every time a new
patch is pushed, a suite of Jenkins jobs run. When the jobs finish,
jenkins-bot leaves a comment in Gerrit with links to Jenkins jobs and
status of each job (pass/fail).

There are also tests that take longer to run (sometimes hours) so they run

Each Jenkins job stores test results, screen shots, logs, videos... We keep
those around for 30 days.

Did I answer the question?

I will let others correct me if I missed something. :)

0: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/323401/
1: https://integration.wikimedia.org/ci/view/Selenium/

On Fri, Jan 20, 2017 at 10:46 PM, Jean-Rene Branaa <jbranaa at wikimedia.org>

> Hello All,
> Followup on some of our earlier discussion:  How do we currently document
> tests and track execution results?  I suspect there are different
> mechanisms that we use, but just want to confirm.
> Cheers,
> JR
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