Re: I suspect this version update is incorrect

Luis Gomez

Hi Ed, this job was the one we setup at the time of Hydrogen release to detect changes in the SNAPHOTs of other OpenDaylight projects. It triggers once a week and in this case it is detecting a change in controller repo: 0.1.2 -> 0.1.2-1 which should not happen because controller stable version is 0.1.1-1 and also a bump in OVSDB project: 0.5.1 -> 0.7.0 that I do not think should be applied either because OVSDB folks bump their SNAPSHOTs to develop/test new features. Anyway I normally abandon these changes as I prefer projects to update their artifacts in the distributions when they want instead of automatically. I may disable this job if it is causing confusion.


On 5/17/2014 8:05 PM, Ed Warnicke (eaw) wrote:
This job here appears to be triggering off of a verify for a version change commit
for the integration project:

(there’s a bum version in there that I suspect is responsible for the massive and sudden failures).

Is this job triggering off of both verification for integration and polls of changes in the projects that
feed into integration? If so, how can one tell from the history the source of trend changes in
tests over time?


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