Re: Netvirt patch tests failing on Sodium
Jamo Luhrsen <jluhrsen@...>
This is exactly the idea of the apex snapshots. It works. It saves time and givestoggle quoted message Show quoted text
us a tested and stable VM to just bring up and then test whatever ODL version
we want. We have automatic gate jobs running, like this , which are stable.
problem is nobody is working on it any more. It needs people for maintenance,
As for doing this same thing with devstack, I've been told in the past that
devstack VMs don't work as expected after a reboot. So saving a snapshot and
bringing it up would be the same thing. It's something we've discussed long
back and dismissed. I may be remembering wrong.
On 3/22/19 6:02 AM, Dayavanti Gopal Kamath wrote:
We really need to change our csits to work with a stable working snapshot of the devstack vm with all stacking done. Can we not just stack, store the vm image somewhere, if no other storage is available, neutron git repository, and pull it from there for every run? It will help cut down test execution time by 30 minutes and shield us from this unnecessary pain. We can choose when to update the vm image, after testing.