In this post you can find an overview about the work happened in the Firefox Automation team during week 31 and 32. It’s a bit lesser than usual, mainly because many of us were on vacation.
The biggest improvement as came in during week 32 were the fixes for the TPS tests. Cosmin spent a bit of time on investigating the remaining underlying issues, and got them fixed. Since then we have a constant green testrun, which is fantastic.
While development for the new TPS continuous integration system continued, we were blocked for a couple of days by the outage of restmail.net due to a domain move. After the DNS entries got fixed, everything was working fine again for Jenkins and Mozilla Pulse based TPS tests.
For Mozmill CI we agreed on that the Endurance tests we run across all branches are not that useful, but only take a lot of time to execute – about 2h per testrun! The most impact also regarding of new features landed will be for Nightly. So Henrik came up with a patch to only let those tests run for en-US Nightly builds.
If you are interested in further details and discussions you might also want to have a look at the meeting agenda, the video recording, and notes from the Firefox Automation meetings of week 32. There was no meeting in week 31.