Where are results of rtems-tester test results archived?

Gedare Bloom gedare at rtems.org
Thu Sep 26 16:42:55 UTC 2019

On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 7:37 PM Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:
> On 26/9/19 3:25 am, Gedare Bloom wrote:
> > I just meant that the view of the running tests is not useful for comparison,
> Yes. It lets you see if something major is wrong with a test run. The very
> original implementation listed the failing tests by name but this added little
> value and you could not track the state of the run so it was removed.
> > it is exactly this summary (the end result) that helps.
> Great, this is the important bit.
> > If we had regular testing,
> > parsing the results and producing a status matrix could help for understanding
> > the tiers. I'm not saying I know how this would be accomplished, and it seems it
> > would require coordination among community members who test on different bsps.
> A score board? This would be really nice to have. I think something that hooks
> into procmail and monitors the emails posted to the build at rtems.org list would
> work. I would to encourage anyone and everyone to post results for BSPs they
> have. A score board can then be used to maintain the tiers.
> Also there is a ticket to have the tester take the console output and generate
> the results. If this also posted the results email it would help make the test
> results more widely available.
> The tester work so far has been unfunded or GSoC projects and I cannot see this
> changing soon however it is vital to our users, the community and a wider
> audience that we have quality current published results.
Speaking of unfunded work, this idea might translate reasonably well
into several GCI coding tasks.

Just a thought, in case we participate.


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