Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Re: Announce: new http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com result browser

Hello,

On 31 August 2016 at 21:14, Martin Pitt <[email protected]> wrote:
> Hello all,
>
> TL;DR: http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com now has current results but lost
> some features. I'll add them back ASAP.
>
> Long version with details:
>
> http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com has been a nuisance for a while -- test
> results appeared only hours after they ran, or sometimes not at all.
> This was an architectural problem of using and generating a gazillion
> static files, so that the box was under too much I/O load and
> constantly running out of inodes. I tried to patch around this for a
> while, but it was finally time for a new design.
>
> This service now uses a single SQLite database and generates the pages
> on the fly. This takes three magnitudes (!) less space and reduces
> latency from a few hours to ≤ 10 minutes (I will look at further
> optimizing the swift download), and during that the code shrank to ~
> 10% of the original size. This is now not using debci any more but
> just a simple Flask app [1] with a bunch of templates [2]. Pleasantly
> simple!
>
> The main functionality is reimplemented: In particular, the package
> history from excuses.html [3] and running/queued tests [4] work. What
> does not exist yet is the package search -- if you want to look at a
> particular package you need to navigate to
>
> http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/foo
>
> for package "foo" for now. I'll add this back, but I expect most
> people come to it via excuses.html anyway.
>
> Also the format of running.json [5] changed -- it now *only* contains
> running tests, not the queue info any more (ask me if you are
> interested in details). I'll put a separate queue.json back at some
> point which will be generated on the fly.
>
> The old debci instance still exists, if some catastrophe happens I can
> flip DNS back to it.
>

I used to browse the static files, mostly to find the statistics pages
/ dumps to navigate and see:
- all tests per arch; per series; per package
- pass/fail rates / status of above

Are there any stats dumps available at all? Just a single one would do
that has all the details and that one can process / tinker with.

--
Regards,

Dimitri.

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