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

Jonathan Guyot guyot.jonathan at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 13:46:49 UTC 2017


Hi Stevan,

Yes, the metadatas are present. See the capture below

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My query filters on job-context whereas the chart has its x attribute
redefined to jenkins-build.

Thanks for your time,

Jonathan

Le lun. 6 nov. 2017 à 12:41, Stevan Radakovic <stevan.radakovic at linaro.org>
a écrit :

> 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>
> 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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