19:05:28 <SpamapS> #startmeeting tripleo
19:05:28 <openstack> Meeting started Tue Feb  4 19:05:28 2014 UTC and is due to finish in 60 minutes.  The chair is SpamapS. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot.
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19:05:32 <openstack> The meeting name has been set to 'tripleo'
19:05:34 <SpamapS> Take 2.. action
19:05:36 <SpamapS> #link https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Meetings/TripleO
19:05:49 <jomara> hello again
19:05:54 <jcoufal_> perfectionist... :)
19:05:58 <SpamapS> #topic bugs
19:06:15 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/tripleo/
19:06:15 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/diskimage-builder/
19:06:15 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/os-refresh-config
19:06:15 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/os-apply-config
19:06:15 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/os-collect-config
19:06:17 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/tuskar
19:06:20 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/tuskar-ui
19:06:22 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/python-tuskarclient
19:06:45 <jtomasek> hi
19:06:52 <lsmola_> hello
19:06:53 <SpamapS> _5_ criticals.. ugh
19:07:08 <jrist> o/
19:07:34 <SpamapS> well at least 1 is fix committed
19:08:18 <SpamapS> We may have somehow broken our integration with the gerrit bot on Launchpad
19:08:34 <SpamapS> because bug 1274846 is merged already
19:09:29 <SpamapS> #link https://bugs.launchpad.net/tripleo/+bugs?search=Search&field.status=New
19:09:36 <SpamapS> two untriaged bugs in tripleo
19:10:27 <SpamapS> greghaynes: for https://bugs.launchpad.net/tripleo/+bug/1273882 you can self-triage bugs if you can at least assign an importance to them. FYI. :)
19:10:44 <greghaynes> aha
19:11:01 <SpamapS> overall though we seem to be staying ahead of triage.
19:11:05 <SpamapS> Anybody have any other bugs they want to bring up?
19:11:57 <SpamapS> Onward
19:12:01 <SpamapS> #topic reviews
19:12:16 <SpamapS> #link http://russellbryant.net/openstack-stats/tripleo-openreviews.html
19:12:39 <SpamapS> we're just barely keeping wait times at 1 day
19:13:21 <SpamapS> http://russellbryant.net/openstack-stats/tripleo-reviewers-30.txt shows that people are definitely keeping up with "a review a day"
19:13:35 <SpamapS> well, many people are :)
19:13:52 <SpamapS> Does anybody have anything else to bring up regarding reviews?
19:14:39 <slagle> i would like more folks to look at the devtest doc changes in review, but other than that, no.
19:14:51 <slagle> we need more eyes/opinions
19:15:00 <matty_dubs> slagle: Do you have a link handy?
19:15:52 <slagle> matty_dubs: go to https://review.openstack.org/#/q/status:open+project:openstack/tripleo-incubator,n,z
19:15:57 <slagle> look at the open reviews :)
19:16:04 <slagle> that are related to devtest
19:16:44 <SpamapS> alright, good stuff
19:16:59 <SpamapS> #topic Projects needing releases
19:17:41 <SpamapS> I think we have unreleased commits in most of the projects.. so we should probably make a pass to pick them up.
19:17:50 <SpamapS> anybody want to volunteer
19:17:54 <SpamapS> ?
19:18:10 <SpamapS> actually.. I'll do it
19:18:21 <SpamapS> #topic CD Cloud status
19:18:25 <shadower_> how long does it usually take
19:18:26 <shadower_> ?
19:18:45 <SpamapS> shadower_: 10 min or so. You just have to make a signed tag for each repo.
19:19:06 <SpamapS> shadower: good to evaluate the commits and make sure you're being "semver compatible" :)
19:19:15 <shadower> SpamapS: cool, I'll volunteer next week, then
19:19:22 <SpamapS> shadower: sweet
19:19:45 <SpamapS> AFAIK with the CD cloud we're getting some timeouts and lifeless was investigating yesterday
19:19:54 <lifeless> SpamapS: hi yes
19:20:06 <lifeless> heat isn't spawning instances w/nova
19:20:09 <lifeless> its a bit of an issue
19:20:19 <lifeless> also I've been rebuilding the ci-overcloud (with automation) so that consumed me
19:20:25 <lifeless> that and discussing docs :P
19:22:02 <lifeless> I have a hell day of meetings today - need another tripleo-cd-admin to log in and poke
19:22:10 <lifeless> I'll get the ci-overcloud back up after my meetings
19:22:16 <lifeless> so just look to cd-overcloud
19:22:31 <SpamapS> Ok I'll poke at tripleo-cd
19:22:37 <marios> lifeless: does it by any chance look anything like this http://paste.openstack.org/show/62469/ (the timeouts from heat re nova)... wondering if its same issue
19:23:39 <lifeless> marios: broadly yes
19:24:15 <marios> lifeless: ack, thanks. i put the scaling param into my tuskar template generation today and was trying to deploy with your new scale stuff
19:24:52 <SpamapS> At this point we just need to dig into what took longer or didn't happen. :)
19:25:12 <SpamapS> #topic CI virtualized testing progress
19:25:31 <SpamapS> pleia2: dprince lifeless anything?
19:25:38 <lifeless> in the last weeek
19:25:44 <lifeless> we've scaled out the te farm to 10 servers
19:25:58 <lifeless> the redeployed ci-overcloud will also have 10 hypervisors
19:26:23 <lifeless> this should let us keep up w/out queueing for current job definitions
19:26:28 <lifeless> and probably add an overcloud job
19:26:32 <SpamapS> woot
19:26:35 <pleia2> I'm making progress on getting fedora into nodepool (something rh has wanted when they bring up their cloud), being documented here: https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/fedora-on-gate
19:26:45 <lifeless> and maybe even a stack-update job
19:26:57 <lifeless> pleia2: its independent of the RH cloud
19:27:05 <lifeless> pleia2: we'll run ubuntu and fedora jobs in both clouds to get redundancy
19:27:06 <pleia2> lifeless: right, we'll run it on both
19:27:14 <lifeless> ack ack, tell you stuff you know :)
19:27:18 <pleia2> just mentioning rationale :)
19:27:38 <lifeless> there's not been discussion yet about how we manage jobs
19:27:42 <lifeless> e.g. do we partition across OS's
19:27:46 <lifeless> or duplicate across OS's
19:28:04 <SpamapS> seems like duplicate would find OS-related problems
19:28:06 <lifeless> until we have a good feel on resource usage i'm inclined to suggest partitioning
19:28:25 <lifeless> but trying to get coverage of all the OS bits across the partitions
19:28:43 <SpamapS> if we partition then won't we have a chance of commit 1 breaking commit 2 because 1 passes on Fedora but not Ubuntu?
19:28:44 <lifeless> e.g. seed on Ubuntu, undercloud on fedora, we'll run most tools on both. Or something like that.
19:29:00 <lifeless> SpamapS: no, because what runs on what would be constant
19:29:18 <lifeless> SpamapS: we would have the chance for (using the example above) seed on Fedora to break or undercloud on Ubuntu to break
19:29:35 <SpamapS> lifeless: right thats the worry.. but I agree, not that big.
19:29:43 <lifeless> SpamapS: remembering that seed and undercloud in-instance are identical, so it would be client-side only for those scenarios
19:29:57 <lifeless> overcloud is more tricky, but if we have two configs we can get broad coverage similarly
19:30:06 <SpamapS> Alright, shall we move on?
19:30:17 <pleia2> yeah
19:31:03 <SpamapS> #topic open discussion
19:31:15 <SpamapS> We have a meetup!
19:31:24 <SpamapS> It is planned. You should be RSVP'ing now. :)
19:31:27 <pleia2> yay!
19:31:28 <jamezpolley_> Woo
19:31:29 * matty_dubs RSVPed; is eager to meet many of you folks f2f!
19:31:34 <greghaynes> \O/
19:31:40 <matty_dubs> (And to enjoy the not-New-England weather)
19:31:43 <SpamapS> In luxurious Sunnyvale, CA
19:31:50 <slagle> y
19:31:56 <lifeless> cody-somerville is organising bulk rates
19:32:01 <jamezpolley_> I assume lifeless has me down as an implicit RSVP
19:32:08 <lifeless> cody-somerville: you'll let us know when we can book, right?
19:32:11 <SpamapS> http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/Sunnyvale+CA+USCA1116:1:US
19:32:14 <lifeless> jamezpolley_: yes, you and our other new starter
19:32:23 <lifeless> cody-somerville: / and how to :P
19:32:28 <cody-somerville> lifeless: Aye. Will try to get details on that ASAP.
19:32:38 <lifeless> RH and mirantis folk may be able to use the same rate
19:32:49 <lifeless> if you want to hold of a couple days
19:32:56 <SpamapS> ouch.. compared to Boston..
19:32:57 <SpamapS> http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/Boston+MA+USMA0046:1:US
19:33:41 <lifeless> I'm chatting with harlowja about using a Yahoo! training rooms - he kindly offered and they are perhaps better equiped for 'crowd of people connecting to internet'
19:34:01 <lifeless> this is also in sunnyvale :)
19:34:01 <harlowja> lifeless correct, we have free-internet :-P
19:34:10 <SpamapS> lifeless: oh, yes, we do always have to deal with HP Corporate Network fun.. ;)
19:34:15 <pleia2> harlowja: near VTA?
19:34:18 <harlowja> ya
19:34:22 <pleia2> cool
19:34:22 <SpamapS> bonus
19:34:31 <lifeless> harlowja: I hope you've got broadband :)
19:34:36 <harlowja> lol
19:34:37 <harlowja> 701 1st Ave, Sunnyvale, California 94089
19:34:40 <cody-somerville> Training rooms are often setup in a way that isn't really meant for collaboration.
19:34:42 <SpamapS> lifeless: I bet they have at least 20Mbit ;)
19:34:45 <cody-somerville> Can the room be reconfigured?
19:34:49 <pleia2> I am care-free, so transiting it down from SF each day (goodie!)
19:34:54 <pleia2> s/care/CAR
19:34:57 <pleia2> care too
19:34:58 <lifeless> SpamapS: I have 70Mbps here
19:35:07 <SpamapS> bragger. ;)
19:35:12 <tchaypo> I've never been inside the yahoo offices, but I've seen the outside. I imagine they have fun views over Lockheed Martin and the nasa base
19:35:16 <harlowja> i hope yahoo has bigger pipes than that, lol
19:35:17 <lifeless> SpamapS: Hey, move to the first world already!
19:35:31 <SpamapS> We have better buffalo wings here.
19:35:40 <lifeless> tchaypo: HP is next door to lockheed :)
19:35:51 <lifeless> HP cloud that is
19:35:52 <lifeless> anyhow
19:36:01 <tchaypo> Hah. I've probably ridden past HP then and not noticed
19:36:03 <lifeless> harlowja: I was mainly referring to policy limits, not physical glue.
19:36:13 <lifeless> tchaypo: its up a dead end street
19:36:17 <SpamapS> tchaypo: right next to Amazon, ironically. ;)
19:36:24 <harlowja> http://media.glassdoor.com/m/2c/78/7f/36/sunnyvale-campus.jpg
19:36:30 <harlowja> *better pictures online somewhere, lol
19:36:35 <matty_dubs> Heh, I Google Mapsed the HP office and was kind of confused to see a bunch of military aircraft.
19:36:39 <SpamapS> cloudy... so its legit
19:37:10 <SpamapS> Ok seems like that is enough for the meeting.
19:37:14 <SpamapS> Anything else?
19:37:32 <SpamapS> Alright, hasta la vista baby.
19:37:34 <SpamapS> #endmeeting