16:00:28 <gthiemonge> #startmeeting Octavia
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16:00:30 <gthiemonge> Hi
16:00:36 <johnsom> o/
16:01:54 <gthiemonge> #topic Announcements
16:02:04 <gthiemonge> * functional jobs hitting the Zuul timeout limit
16:02:22 <gthiemonge> #link https://zuul.opendev.org/t/openstack/builds?job_name=openstack-tox-functional-py36&project=openstack%2Foctavia&branch=master
16:02:53 <gthiemonge> a recent commit introduced a change that makes our functional jobs 3 times slower
16:03:09 <gthiemonge> they are often reaching the ~30min timeout value
16:03:23 <gthiemonge> I proposed a change in the API test to fix it:
16:03:29 <gthiemonge> #link https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/octavia/+/818220
16:03:42 <gthiemonge> Please review it to unblock the gates
16:03:44 <johnsom> I just reviewed that, looks like a good fix
16:03:53 <gthiemonge> thanks johnsom ;-)
16:04:00 * johnsom slaps wrist for not noticing that on the original patch
16:05:02 <gthiemonge> :D
16:05:09 <gthiemonge> any other announcements?
16:05:18 <johnsom> I think we are at a milestone
16:05:35 <johnsom> for yoga. There is probably a client/lib release patch coming to mark the milestone
16:05:41 <johnsom> That is if we had changes
16:05:46 <gthiemonge> Yoga-1
16:06:03 <gthiemonge> I'll take a look, but I don't remember any new changes since the last release
16:06:56 <johnsom> Ok, then maybe we won't see one. I hope that doesn't lead them to change the release status of the project
16:07:18 <gthiemonge> thanks for the heads-up johnsom
16:09:15 <gthiemonge> #topic Brief progress reports / bugs needing review
16:09:30 <gthiemonge> for me: backports, reviews, fixing the gates... and downstream work
16:10:01 <gthiemonge> I also updated the latest patch to get a working centos-8-stream job:
16:10:07 <gthiemonge> #link https://review.opendev.org/c/openstack/octavia/+/813743
16:10:24 <johnsom> Mostly just doing reviews as I can
16:11:40 <gthiemonge> #topic Open Discussion
16:11:51 <gthiemonge> any other topics for this meeting?
16:12:34 <johnsom> I don't think I have anything this week.
16:13:14 <gthiemonge> one thing:
16:13:39 <gthiemonge> there's a new patch for testing QoS policy in octavia-tempest-plugin
16:13:59 <gthiemonge> but qos extention is not enabled in our jobs
16:14:12 <gthiemonge> what do you think about enabling it by default?
16:14:33 <johnsom> Yeah, I reviewed that yesterday. There is also an older patch for testing QoS too, we should reconcile those two patches.
16:15:58 <gthiemonge> ah ok
16:16:46 <johnsom> So, my perspective is: I usually split those out into new jobs just because it's more things that could break outside of Octavia.
16:17:06 <johnsom> However, this is pretty minor and an older feature of neutron, so maybe we don't need to do that in this case
16:18:42 <johnsom> I could go either way on it
16:19:07 <gthiemonge> ok, we can try to enable QoS in the job, if that doesn't look good we will add a new job
16:19:15 <gthiemonge> ack
16:19:56 <gthiemonge> the patch would also require a config option to disable the test (or a skipException if qos is not enabled?)
16:21:23 <johnsom> Yeah, they should be able to check for that in the test. The neutron extension list is available via the API. It should just skip if the extension is not enabled.
16:22:41 <gthiemonge> ok
16:22:55 <gthiemonge> yeah, that sounds better
16:22:56 <gthiemonge> thanks
16:23:03 <johnsom> I will update my review
16:23:11 <gthiemonge> johnsom: thanks
16:24:11 <gthiemonge> is there anything else Folks?
16:25:04 <gthiemonge> ok
16:25:09 <gthiemonge> thanks everyone!
16:25:11 <gthiemonge> #endmeeting