- all-proposed in retries, running page and results pages

Tim Andersson tim.andersson at
Wed Feb 7 19:14:24 UTC 2024

Hi all!

We recently made some quality of life changes to,
and thought we'd share them with you all.

Up until now, when requesting a test with "all-proposed=1" via the webpage,
you could never see on the results or running pages whether a test was
requested with or without "all-proposed=1" (for those wondering what this
means in practice, it just means that when installing packages on the
testbed, *all* of them are installed from the proposed pocket, rather than
just the specified triggers).

This is now amended (fixing [1]). We added a new column to the results
page, titled "env", in which you can see "all-proposed=1" if the test was
requested with this additional param (nothing will be displayed if it

You will also now start seeing "all-proposed: 1" on the /running page for
tests that were requested with this additional param.

Additionally to this, when retrying a test by clicking the retry button on
the results page, "all-proposed=1" is now preserved when retrying.

For those wondering why we titled the column "env" and not "all-proposed",
we intend to use this "env" column for additional features in the future.

If you run into any issues regarding this feature or any others, please
contact us on IRC in the #ubuntu-quality channel.


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