The First part of SETA rewriting job been finished

With the end of GSoC midterm evaluation, I finally remember the blog and weekly maintain request. But I’m working on (make seta to use runnable api)[https://github.com/mozilla/ouija/pull/93], so I leave it aside for now. However, with the most seta rewriting job been finished now, I think it’s a good time to pick this up and write something.

The first thing I would like to mention in here, of course, is we use runnable api instead of uniquejobs table now! Thank you Kalpesh and Armenzg! I couldn’t make this happened without your help! 🙂

The uniquejobs table in SETA is about all the  jobtypes available on buildbot(we unable to recognise taskcluster jobs before we use runnable api). The jobtypes been stored in the table as a three tuple list like: [‘build platform’, ‘build type’, ‘test type’]. Here is a piece of data in table:

Screen Shot 2016-07-14 at 12.33.06 PM

But it’s manually created by ‘/data/createjobtype’ endpoint before we use SETA which make it’s a little bot hard code and cause some bugs(e.g. This pr fix the linux 64 display issue).  Therefore, we need to use runnable jobs api to replace that. The runnable api could return both buildbot jobs and taskcluster jobs as json.  So we could simple exact the corespondent piece of data and assemble them as job information we want. Here is the PR. And SETA can show more job data than before now:

Screen Shot 2016-07-02 at 4.51.32 PM

The next step is we should move to the task decision tree and make it work with seta data. I will make a description for task decision tree in my own understanding.

Sorry  again for the blog update. I will try my best for updating it once a week.

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