Hi! During the recent run-up to Firefox 10, the Devtools test tree had to be disabled. We would like the testing machines reactivated after the contents have been recloned from mozilla-central, or, if easier, wiped and reset to an empty repo. http://hg.mozilla.org/projects/devtools/
We need to make a code change on our masters before this will stick (bug 721864).
can we get the second part of this bug done then? Reclone hg.mo/projects/devtools from mozilla-central?
and to reply to myself, filing a separate IT bug for this.
Created attachment 627435 [details] [diff] [review] configs Devtools, Jaegermonkey from bug 754429, Larch from bug 758839.
Reminder, we should fix up the db state before reconfiging with this change. catlee, is that deleting rows from buildbot_schedulers.schedulers ?
Created attachment 627602 [details] [diff] [review] configs v2 And I should take a little more responsibility for what I'm uncommenting. For unclear reasons, when Android talos became the default in bug 675977 and everything else lost its explicit list of suites, fx-team and jaegermonkey did not. I killed fx-team's in bug 711619, but was apparently lazy (or confused, bug 711619 comment 7 doesn't sound like I entirely grasped "just missed removing those") and didn't do jaegermonkey. At the time devtools was set up, robcee chose to only have one Mac platform, 10.6, out of the only two that were available at the time, 10.5 and 10.6. I've seen how devtools tests love to fail on 10.7, and I say we should turn it on for the devtools tree too, along with 10.6, to save them surprises when they land on whichever integration branch things will go to after devtools.
Rob, will you still be needing Nightlies generated? If not, it would be good to save resources if possible :-)
Comment on attachment 627602 [details] [diff] [review] configs v2 derp.
Comment on attachment 627602 [details] [diff] [review] configs v2 http://hg.mozilla.org/build/buildbot-configs/rev/7dc650359da3
Reconfig and cleaning up the bustage from the reconfig are both done, should be back in business.