[hibernate-dev] ci.hibernate.org and network port assignment
emmanuel at hibernate.org
Wed Mar 19 13:00:37 EDT 2014
Is it possible to do something a little smarter and let the website jobs
run in parallel to this port cock fight builds?
I got stuck behind an ORM job that turn out to just fail after 30 mins
for some reasons I did not get.
On Wed 2014-03-19 14:56, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
> Thanks Paolo!
> @All, since we now have a single executor on the CI server, I've
> enforced a 90 minutes timeout on the ORM build job (master) as it
> occasionally hangs.
> On 18 March 2014 22:49, Paolo Antinori <paolo.antinori at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hi everyone,
> > I'll be happy to help with the activity of isolating build job in docker
> > containers started directly via jenkins.
> > The technology should allow concurrent build job totally isolated, as
> > anticipated.
> > I am going to start with OGM that is the project I am more familiar with
> > and I will let you know of eventual achievement.
> > paolo
> > I've created WEBSITE-178  as once again we had testsuites failing
> > because of a network port being used by a different job; bad luck, but
> > we can do better.
> > Assuming we want to use the Jenkins plugin "port allocator", this
> > would however need to be consistently honored by all builds we launch:
> > it passes variables which we should use, but it can't enforce them
> > AFAIK.
> > Is that going to be maintanable in the long run?
> > An alternative would be to consistently run each and every build in
> > its own isolated docker container, but
> > a) that's not something I can setup overnight
> > b) we'd need to use more complex build scripts, for example the nice
> > Maven and Gradle integrations with the Jenkins build configuration
> > would be unusable.
> > We're having quite a list of services; even ignoring the OGM exotic
> > databases we have at least:
> > - Byteman
> > - JGroups
> > - Arquillian
> > - WildFly
> > - ActiveMQ (JMS tests in Search)
> > - ... ?
> > To fight the urgent need, I'm going to prevent parallelism of any
> > build. Let's hope ORM's master doesn't get stuck, as everything else
> > would be blocked. I really hope this measure stays as temporary as
> > possible :-/
> > -- Sanne
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