[Lava-users] [lava v2] charts and redefining X attribute

Stevan Radakovic stevan.radakovic at linaro.org
Mon Nov 6 11:41:41 UTC 2017


Hi Johnatan,

Can you confirm one more thing for me? Can you actually see the metadata 
you provided on the job results page in the collapsable "Metadata" menu 
(i.e. https://staging.validation.linaro.org/results/196825)



Thanks,
Stevan


On 11/03/2017 01:27 PM, Jonathan Guyot wrote:
> Thanks Stevan for replying,
>
> I have just made a test on a lava-server from the stretch debian 
> backports, and I observe the same issue.
>
> The X-axis attribute seems to be accepted when I set it, and a new row 
> appears on my chart with the name "jenkins-build", and I can see an 
> table with 2 rows headers but no datas :
>  _______________
> |               |
> | *Date*          |
> |_______________|
> |               |
> | jenkins-build |
> |_______________|
>
> … and that's it.
>
> The table I get contains only this, and the results of my query are 
> not shown in the chart's table.
>
> I use the version 2017.7 of lava.
>
> I wonder what is going on for now. The X-axis attribute I select is in 
> the metadatas of the job as explained in my previous mail.
>
> Jonathan
>
>
>
> Le ven. 3 nov. 2017 à 11:46, Stevan Radakovic 
> <stevan.radakovic at linaro.org <mailto:stevan.radakovic at linaro.org>> a 
> écrit :
>
>     Hi Jonathan,
>
>     In that version of LAVA server, the x-axis field is looking in the
>     old legacy data related to V1. There's a patch which fixes that:
>     https://git.linaro.org/lava/lava-server.git/commit/?id=0f2d8a4ff4cf0fb18dbb73578c613cb62d2891df
>
>     However, it's only been released in 2017.04 and later builds.
>     HTH.
>
>     Thanks,
>     Stevan
>
>
>     On 11/03/2017 10:00 AM, Jonathan Guyot wrote:
>>     Hello everybody,
>>
>>     I am working with both Jenkins and lava and I thought it was
>>     possible to change X attributes in charts to use Jenkins build
>>     number instead of a date.
>>
>>     In my job, I defined a metadata like this :
>>
>>     job_name: quad-ssh-host
>>     device_type: ssh
>>     *metadata: {jenkins-build: 725, job-context: nightly}*
>>     timeouts:
>>       job:
>>         minutes: 10
>>       action:
>>         minutes: 3
>>       connection:
>>         seconds: 20
>>     visibility: public
>>     […]
>>
>>     and I made a query that can select these jobs using job-context
>>     as a filter.
>>
>>     Then, in the chart, I wanted to use the jenkins-build value to
>>     group job instead of a simple date, but the chart does not seem
>>     to be able to do that.
>>
>>     I made many tries on the lava 2017.2 version. I wonder whether I
>>     am misusing lava charts or if it is an issue that need a fix.
>>
>>     Thanks in advance for any reply.
>>
>>     Jonathan
>>
>>
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