On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 06:24:11PM +0200, Matthias Klose wrote:
> the new update_excuses hides the information for successful autopkg tests
> which makes the page more compact. I dislike that when searching for
> failed autopkg tests which failed for some triggers, but succeeded with
> others. With the old output you were able to just grep update_excuses to
> look for those tests, which currently doesn't work anymore. Please
> restore the old behavior, or if that's considered to be too big, then show
> successful autopkg tests when there are also ones which are failing with
> certain triggers.
I agree, the hiding of "irrelevant" information to make the page smaller has
gone too far. When there is an autopkgtest regression on one architecture,
it is useful to be able to quickly see the corresponding history for the
tests on other architectures, without having to walk autopkgtest.ubuntu.com
to find the information.
Could you file a bug on https://bugs.launchpad.net/britney to track this?
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