Category Archives: jenkins

Testing if a jenkins container finished booting

When running Jenkins as a docker container for test purposes, it is necessary to verify the Jenkins master is fully functional before running the first test cases. The http interface can be tested with a call to the API such … Continue reading

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gerrit with jenkins : installation and configuration

The review and project management for Git based projects is installed on a virgin Debian GNU/Linux wheezy. Developers of l2mesh must submit patchs to the git repository to gerrit: $ git review remote: Resolving deltas: 100% (1/1) remote: Processing changes: … Continue reading

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realistic puppet tests with jenkins and OpenStack (part 1/2)

A git repository containing a puppet module is bound to a jenkins project. When the repository changes, jenkins boots a virgin puppetmaster OpenStack instance in a dedicated tenant. It runs the script in the puppetmaster instance. In addition to … Continue reading

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Configuring jenkins turnkeylinux on OpenStack

A turnkeylinux jenkins is installed to run tests related to the management of the OpenStack cluster. It is configured to be used by registered users only from the web. An IRC bot is installed to allow interactions from the … Continue reading

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