[Linaro-validation] lqa command line tool
pierre.equoy at canonical.com
Thu Jun 18 03:14:18 UTC 2015
Stupid question: what is LAVA?
On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 12:12 AM, Zygmunt Bazyli Krynicki <
zkrynicki at gmail.com> wrote:
> It seems LAVA is enhancing its job system. Have a look.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Luis Araujo <luis.araujo at collabora.co.uk>
> Date: 2015-06-17 17:35 GMT+02:00
> Subject: [Linaro-validation] lqa command line tool
> To: linaro-validation at lists.linaro.org
> Hello everyone,
> Collabora has been working on `lqa', a tool to submit and manage LAVA
> jobs, which helps to get many of the LAVA job administration and monitoring
> tasks conveniently done from the command line.
> `lqa' brings a new API, lqa_api python module, a complete set of classes
> to easily interact with LAVA and offering at the same time a clean API on
> top of which further applications can be built upon (like `lqa' itself).
> It has a templating system (using jinja2 package) that allows to use
> variables in json job files (in future could be expanded to support yaml),
> specifying their values either from a profile file or directly from the
> command line making possible the dynamic assignments of template variables
> during the `lqa' command execution. The templating mechanism allows to
> handle groups of jobs, therefore it makes it easier to submit jobs in bulk.
> `lqa' also features a flexible profile system (in YAML) which allows to
> specify a 'main-profile' from which further sub-profiles can inherit
> values, avoiding information duplication between similar profiles.
> Other of the current features include:
> - Test report generation with the 'analyse' subcommand.
> - Polling to check for job completion.
> - All the operations offer logging capabilities.
> - Independent profile and configuration files.
> We invite everyone to check out its official git repo at:
> Suggestions and comments are welcome.
> --- Luis
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