1. 22 Apr, 2020 1 commit
    • Jameson Graef Rollins's avatar
      simplify testing by removing unnecessary reference · e1fb19b1
      Jameson Graef Rollins authored
      The assumption should really be that the HEAD of the repo is the
      current noise reference.  There is therefore no need to store a
      special reference hash for the tests.  This simplifies things quite a
      bit, in particular by not requiring submitters to update a reference.
      This commit drops the reference and modifies the test to just compare
      the current code against HEAD by default.  The option to compare
      against an arbitrary ref is preserved.
      The CI is updated for these simplifications.  The "test" job is now
      simple generation of the budgets.  The merge request approval job is
      renamed 'review:noise_change_approval`, and it's logic remains mostly
      the same: it compares the current budgets against the head of the MR
      target branch, and requires the same MR approval to pass.  The overall
      MR approval process therefor doesn't change.
  2. 21 Apr, 2020 2 commits
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      CI: add approval validation check for noise changing merge requests · 33204de4
      Jameson Graef Rollins authored
      This adds a CI special job that runs only on merge requests that update
      the test git ref, indicating that a noise has been changed.  The MR will
      show present a report of the changed noises, and will block on MR approval.
      Once approval has been given, the check_approval job can be re-run, which
      should now pass, allow the MR to proceed.
      If the noises change but the reference has not been updated, then the CI
      pipeline will fail as usual.
    • Jameson Graef Rollins's avatar
      tests compare against git hash, eliminate cached .h5 · a6caffc0
      Jameson Graef Rollins authored
      This updates the test infrastructure to store a git hash of the reference
      code, instead of generated .h5 files.  The test infrastructure creates a
      cache of reference .h5 files from the specified git hash if it doesn't
      already exist, and then compares against that cache.
      Comparisons against arbitrary git hashes can be specified manually.
      The cache curves are generated from a shell script so that it uses the
      checkout of the python code at the reference commit.  Multiple caches based
      on git references are stored, and old caches are automatically pruned to
      keep just the latest five.
      This gets rid of the need for git-lfs and the cached .h5 files, requiring
      instead the code be checked out from git to run the tests.
  3. 14 Feb, 2020 1 commit
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