SWAT statistics for week 19


Alexandre Belloni
 

Hello,

Here are the statistics for last week. Chee Yang was on SWAT duty.

160 failures were triaged:

* 119 by Chee Yang
- 38 for meson changes
- 24 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 11 for the btrfs-tools upgrade
- 6 for ovmf reproducibility issues
- 2 for meta-oe YP compatibility issues
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14310
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14251
- 3 new occurrences of bug 13802
- 3 new occurrences of bug 14273
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14208
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14381
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14145
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14163
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14165
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14177
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14197
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14201
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14250
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14294
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14296
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14311
- 4 occurrences of new bug 14388
- 2 occurrences of new bug 14393
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14389
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14390
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14391

* 41 by Richard
- 20 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 10 for issues he fixed
- 4 for the libepoxy upgrade
- 2 for YP compatibility issues in meta-AGL
- 2 for patches merged out of order
- 2 for branch names changed upstream
- 1 because gitlab was down

Regards,

--
Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
https://bootlin.com


Ross Burton
 

Quick idea for swatbot: a top ten list of open bugs which have the
highest number of instances.

Ross

On Tue, 18 May 2021 at 23:19, Alexandre Belloni
<alexandre.belloni@bootlin.com> wrote:

Hello,

Here are the statistics for last week. Chee Yang was on SWAT duty.

160 failures were triaged:

* 119 by Chee Yang
- 38 for meson changes
- 24 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 11 for the btrfs-tools upgrade
- 6 for ovmf reproducibility issues
- 2 for meta-oe YP compatibility issues
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14310
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14251
- 3 new occurrences of bug 13802
- 3 new occurrences of bug 14273
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14208
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14381
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14145
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14163
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14165
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14177
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14197
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14201
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14250
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14294
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14296
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14311
- 4 occurrences of new bug 14388
- 2 occurrences of new bug 14393
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14389
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14390
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14391

* 41 by Richard
- 20 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 10 for issues he fixed
- 4 for the libepoxy upgrade
- 2 for YP compatibility issues in meta-AGL
- 2 for patches merged out of order
- 2 for branch names changed upstream
- 1 because gitlab was down

Regards,

--
Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
https://bootlin.com





Alexandre Belloni
 

Hi,

On 18/05/2021 23:21:53+0100, Ross Burton wrote:
Quick idea for swatbot: a top ten list of open bugs which have the
highest number of instances.
I'm maintaining a spreadsheet that goes a bit beyond that. I'm also
tracking the frequency of the bugs in the last months and we started to
close few of the older AB-INT issues. I'll share that publicly soon.

Ross

On Tue, 18 May 2021 at 23:19, Alexandre Belloni
<alexandre.belloni@bootlin.com> wrote:

Hello,

Here are the statistics for last week. Chee Yang was on SWAT duty.

160 failures were triaged:

* 119 by Chee Yang
- 38 for meson changes
- 24 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 11 for the btrfs-tools upgrade
- 6 for ovmf reproducibility issues
- 2 for meta-oe YP compatibility issues
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14310
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14251
- 3 new occurrences of bug 13802
- 3 new occurrences of bug 14273
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14208
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14381
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14145
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14163
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14165
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14177
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14197
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14201
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14250
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14294
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14296
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14311
- 4 occurrences of new bug 14388
- 2 occurrences of new bug 14393
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14389
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14390
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14391

* 41 by Richard
- 20 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 10 for issues he fixed
- 4 for the libepoxy upgrade
- 2 for YP compatibility issues in meta-AGL
- 2 for patches merged out of order
- 2 for branch names changed upstream
- 1 because gitlab was down

Regards,

--
Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
https://bootlin.com







--
Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
https://bootlin.com


Ross Burton
 

On Tue, 18 May 2021 at 23:26, Alexandre Belloni
<alexandre.belloni@bootlin.com> wrote:
I'm maintaining a spreadsheet that goes a bit beyond that. I'm also
tracking the frequency of the bugs in the last months and we started to
close few of the older AB-INT issues. I'll share that publicly soon.
Awesome, great.

Ross


Randy MacLeod
 

On 2021-05-18 6:26 p.m., Alexandre Belloni wrote:
Hi,

On 18/05/2021 23:21:53+0100, Ross Burton wrote:
Quick idea for swatbot: a top ten list of open bugs which have the
highest number of instances.
I'm maintaining a spreadsheet that goes a bit beyond that. I'm also
tracking the frequency of the bugs in the last months and we started to
close few of the older AB-INT issues. I'll share that publicly soon.
Hi Alexandre,

Any update on the list/spreadsheet?

Tony is getting going on valgrind and he'll start with:
   https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14294

   [Bug 14294] valgrind memcheck/tests/linux/timerfd-syscall ptest intermittent failure

unless there's another ptest issue that is more urgent.


../Randy


Ross

On Tue, 18 May 2021 at 23:19, Alexandre Belloni
<alexandre.belloni@bootlin.com> wrote:
Hello,

Here are the statistics for last week. Chee Yang was on SWAT duty.

160 failures were triaged:

* 119 by Chee Yang
- 38 for meson changes
- 24 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 11 for the btrfs-tools upgrade
- 6 for ovmf reproducibility issues
- 2 for meta-oe YP compatibility issues
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14310
- 4 new occurrences of bug 14251
- 3 new occurrences of bug 13802
- 3 new occurrences of bug 14273
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14208
- 2 new occurrences of bug 14381
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14145
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14163
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14165
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14177
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14197
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14201
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14250
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14294
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14296
- 1 new occurrence of bug 14311
- 4 occurrences of new bug 14388
- 2 occurrences of new bug 14393
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14389
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14390
- 1 occurrence of new bug 14391

* 41 by Richard
- 20 for an issue in meta-arm after an upgrade of u-boot
- 10 for issues he fixed
- 4 for the libepoxy upgrade
- 2 for YP compatibility issues in meta-AGL
- 2 for patches merged out of order
- 2 for branch names changed upstream
- 1 because gitlab was down

Regards,

--
Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
https://bootlin.com






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# Randy MacLeod
# Wind River Linux


Alexandre Belloni
 

Hi,

On 25/05/2021 19:33:53-0400, Randy MacLeod wrote:
On 2021-05-18 6:26 p.m., Alexandre Belloni wrote:
Hi,

On 18/05/2021 23:21:53+0100, Ross Burton wrote:
Quick idea for swatbot: a top ten list of open bugs which have the
highest number of instances.
I'm maintaining a spreadsheet that goes a bit beyond that. I'm also
tracking the frequency of the bugs in the last months and we started to
close few of the older AB-INT issues. I'll share that publicly soon.
Hi Alexandre,

Any update on the list/spreadsheet?
Ah sorry, I forgot to send it. It is up to date with what was triaged
last week:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bviDvW1SRwflofKLx9SwPUTWE3sBkvL3eb1PKnmZJcM/edit?usp=sharing

Tony is getting going on valgrind and he'll start with:
   https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14294

   [Bug 14294] valgrind memcheck/tests/linux/timerfd-syscall ptest
intermittent failure

unless there's another ptest issue that is more urgent.
This is probably the best one to start with, the following one would be
14311 which has more occurrences but is about multiple (related) ptests.

Regards,

--
Alexandre Belloni, co-owner and COO, Bootlin
Embedded Linux and Kernel engineering
https://bootlin.com