Project Description

KernelCI is gaining more and more attraction for CI builds and test runs by the upstream community. Though at this point, there is no dash board to track or visualize regressions over time.

There are several subsystem maintainers interested in this feature.

Discussion on this feature on github

For this project I'll concentrate on getting some trend data visualized for the RT kernels. It is expected that we have will have a fully working RT upstream kernel soon (TM).

The data collection part with LAVA is done but nothing yet on the KernelCI side.

Goal for this Hackweek

  • Setting up KernelCI in my lab
  • Hooking up KernelCI with LAVA running the RT test suite
  • Figuring out how to build a KernelCI dashboard
  • Probably doing some database scheme stuff (help!)
  • ...

Resources

Any web fronted developer is highly welcome :)

Looking for hackers with the skills:

kernelci lava uix

This project is part of:

Hack Week 21

Activity

  • 4 days ago: radolin liked this project.
  • 7 days ago: hennevogel liked this project.
  • 8 days ago: mbrugger liked this project.
  • 8 days ago: wagi started this project.
  • 8 days ago: wagi added keyword "kernelci" to this project.
  • 8 days ago: wagi added keyword "lava" to this project.
  • 8 days ago: wagi added keyword "uix" to this project.
  • 8 days ago: wagi originated this project.

  • Comments

    • wagi
      about 6 hours ago by wagi | Reply

      FWIW, I lost a lot of time trying to install kernelci-backend (still not working correct) hence I decided to work on intergrating rtla into LAVA's test-definition: https://github.com/Linaro/test-definitions/pull/369

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