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=== Overview ===

The Ubuntu !OpenStack team uses automated packaging CI to build the core !OpenStack packages against a tarball generated for each upstream commit to core !OpenStack projects.

=== Published PPAs ===

CI packages are published to the following PPAs:
 * [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/rocky|Rocky Testing PPA]]
 * [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/queens|Queens Testing PPA]]
 * [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/pike|Pike Testing PPA]]
 * [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/ocata|Ocata Testing PPA]]
 * [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/newton|Mitaka Testing PPA]]

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The Ubuntu !OpenStack team uses packaging CI to build the core OpenStack packages against a tarball generated for each upstream commit to core OpenStack projects. The Ubuntu !OpenStack team uses packaging CI to build the core !OpenStack packages against a tarball generated for each upstream commit to core !OpenStack projects.
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   * http://10.245.168.2:8080/view/Newton/    * http://10.245.168.2:8080/view/Rocky/
   * http://10.245.168.2:8080/view/Queens/
   * http://10.245.168.2:8080/view/Pike/
   * http://10.245.168.2:8080/view/Ocata/
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   * http://10.245.168.2:8080/view/Liberty/
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 * If a stable dependency needs an update to fix a daily build issue, backport a version to the ppa under ~openstack-ubuntu-testing as well (because the actual SRU upload will take some time).  * If a stable dependency needs an update to fix a daily build issue, backport a version to the corresponding ppa under lp:~openstack-ubuntu-testing as well (because the actual SRU upload will take some time).
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   * If it is an existing package, then upload it to the archive. Also backport it with the backport_package job, which will place it in <series>-staging (e.g. [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-cloud-archive/+archive/ubuntu/newton-staging|newton-staging]]) and the trunk testing PPA (e.g. [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/newton|newton]]).    * If it is an existing package, then upload it to the archive. Also backport it with the backport_package job, which will place it in the corresponding UCA staging PPA (e.g. [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-cloud-archive/+archive/ubuntu/newton-staging|newton-staging]]) and the corresponding trunk testing PPA (e.g. [[https://launchpad.net/~openstack-ubuntu-testing/+archive/ubuntu/newton|newton]]).
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Each of the !OpenStack team members have chosen days of the week when they spend some time focusing on daily CI build failures. Each of the !OpenStack team members have chosen days of the week when they spend some time focusing on fixing up daily CI build failures.
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Overview

The Ubuntu OpenStack team uses automated packaging CI to build the core OpenStack packages against a tarball generated for each upstream commit to core OpenStack projects.

Published PPAs

CI packages are published to the following PPAs:

Daily Package CI process

The Ubuntu OpenStack team uses packaging CI to build the core OpenStack packages against a tarball generated for each upstream commit to core OpenStack projects.

Following is the general process for fixing build failures:

Daily CI Rotation

Each of the OpenStack team members have chosen days of the week when they spend some time focusing on fixing up daily CI build failures.

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OpenStack/PackageCI (last edited 2018-09-06 15:36:36 by corey.bryant)