[kteam-tools][PATCH] collect-window-data: expand the interested_source_packages list
po-hsu.lin at canonical.com
Fri Aug 24 08:40:54 UTC 2018
This is for the "Daily Bug Report" mail I assume:
web/Makefile: scripts/collect-window-data --window=1 --db=$@
--title="24 Hours of New Bugs"
The patch will make interested_source_packages change from "linux" only to
['linux', 'linux-signed', 'linux-raspi2', 'linux-oem',
'linux-signed-oem', 'linux-aws', 'linux-azure', 'linux-signed-azure',
'linux-gcp', 'linux-signed-gcp', 'linux-kvm', 'linux-euclid',
'linux-hwe', 'linux-signed-hwe', 'linux-snapdragon',
Yes the list is huge, maybe we can cherrypick some in the future.
This patch can be ignored if we already got someone monitoring these
But I still think this will be helpful for bug triage.
On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 3:52 PM, Stefan Bader
<stefan.bader at canonical.com> wrote:
> On 01.08.2018 13:34, Po-Hsu Lin wrote:
>> The interested_source_packages list was overrided with "linux" only in commit
>> e1b01445dback in 2011, I think perhaps it's a good timing now to expand it for
>> the daily bug report as we're having more and more projects to care about.
>> Ignore the meta packages as the traffic there is really low.
> This seems to have been ignored for some time. Speaking for myself only, I find
> it hard to make up my mind as I don't know really where this change will show up
> and what this would look like before and after. Maybe that is something which
> other people would also find helpful.
>> Signed-off-by: Po-Hsu Lin <po-hsu.lin at canonical.com>
>> web/scripts/collect-window-data | 7 +------
>> 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 6 deletions(-)
>> diff --git a/web/scripts/collect-window-data b/web/scripts/collect-window-data
>> index 92a30a4a..b24063a2 100755
>> --- a/web/scripts/collect-window-data
>> +++ b/web/scripts/collect-window-data
>> @@ -279,16 +279,11 @@ class CollectRegressionsData(StdApp):
>> if not source.supported:
>> for package in source.packages:
>> - if package.name not in interested_source_packages:
>> + if 'meta' not in package.name and package.name not in interested_source_packages:
>> - interested_source_packages = ['linux']
>> for package_name in interested_source_packages:
>> self.verbose('%s\n' % package_name)
>> - # Within a distribution are many source packages. We actually care about
>> - # several, but _mostly_ the 'linux' source package.
>> - #
>> source_package = self.distro.get_source_package(package_name)
>> if source_package == None:
>> error("The source package does not exist.")
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