Re: Plan / proposal: enable openQA update testing and potentially gating on Rawhide updates

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On Fri, 2022-06-17 at 19:33 +0000, Dan Čermák wrote:
> Sounds like a great addition Adam!
> Just to double check: if you have not enabled gating, then openQA will not be run at all?

No, the two are separable. We can enable the tests before we turn on
gating. Right now, the tests are already running, but only on the
stg/lab instance of openQA - (that shows all
update tests, not just Rawhide ones). We can turn them on in production
without turning on gating. Although when we don't gate, there can be an
effect where an update that makes the tests fail gets pushed stable,
and then *all* subsequent updates start failing the same way - this
happened recently with the 389-ds-base update that broke FreeIPA
deployment, after that was pushed stable, all Rawhide updates failed
the FreeIPA tests until the fixed 389-ds-base reached a compose
yesterday. This is one big reason I would like to enable gating. :D
Without gating, I have to run around cleaning up cases like that
manually - getting the issues fixed as fast as possible and then re-
running failed tests once the fix lands.
Adam Williamson
Fedora QA
IRC: adamw | Twitter: adamw_ha

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