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''Note: This is a feature of Fuego that is in prototype form.  That is, 
this feature is currently under development, and may change as the code
matures and is readied for production use.  It is presented here now
to allow for experimentation and feedback.''

= Introduction =
Normally, Fuego stores test results on the test host (where Fuego is installed).  These results can be queried and perused (browsed, examined,
have visualizations presented) using a command line tool and via the
Jenkins web interface.

However, it is also possible to send test results to a different backend
service for management and processing there.

This page documents the use of Fuego with the 'Squad' results management

Here are some notes on using Fuego with Squad:

Commit d6634b2 is an early implementation of ftc support
for putting run data to squad.

More debugging is needed and there are several FIXTHIS included,
but it works.

Here are squad installation instructions for Ubuntu Xenial (16.04)

= Squad installation =
== Install squad server software ==    
 * Install squad server application (this is a Django application)

  host$ sudo apt-get install rabbitmq-server
    [Note] this is required for squad to communicate with celery worker tasks
  host$ git clone
  host$ cd squad/
  host$ mkvirtualenv --python=/usr/bin/python3.5  mysquad
  (mysquad) host$ pip3 install -r requirements-dev.txt
  (mysquad) host$ ./ test
  (mysquad) host$ ./ migrate
  (mysquad) host$ ./ createsuperuser
  (mysquad) host$ ./ runserver

If that doesn't work, try the following:
  host$ mkvirtualenv --python=/usr/bin/python3.5  pipsquad
  (pipsquad) host$ ./ migrate
  (pipsquad) host$ ./ createsuperuser
  (pipsquad) host$ ./ runserver

And if that doesn't work, you can install it on your host by following
the instructions at:

To stop the server, type ctrl-C in the terminal where squad is running:
 * (pipsquad) host$ ctrl-C

To exit the virtual environment:
 * (pipsquad) host$ deactivate
 * host$

== Starting squad after initial installation ==
[Note] The next time you use Squad, do this:

  host$ cd squad
  host$ workon squad
  host$ ./ runserver
== Configuring Squad ==
 * Configure a team and project in Squad
   * host$ firefox http://localhost:8000/
     - click upper-right popup menu > settings
       - profile: write your name
       - API token: copy the token
    	  - -> assign it to "server_squad_token" in fuego-ro/fuego.conf
     - click upper-right popup menu > Administration
       - Under: "Authentication and authorization"
    	  - Add group (this is a user group!)
             - name: myusergroup
             - permissons: Under the Available permissions box, select "choose all"
             - click "Save"
       - Under: "Core"
          - Add group (this is a team)
              - slug=fuego
              - name=fuego
    		 - -> assign this name ('fuego') to "server_squad_team" in fuego-ro/fuego.conf
              - description: whatever
              - usergroups: myusergroup
          - Add project
              - group: fuego
              - slug=jessie
              - name=jessie
                 - -> assign this name ('jessie') to "server_squad_project" in fuego-ro/fuego.conf

= Fuego squad configuration =
 * Edit fuego-ro/conf/fuego.conf to add squad attributes:
   * server_type=squad
   * server_domain=localhost:8000
   * server_squad_token=<token generated above>
   * server_squad_team=fuego
   * server_squad_project=jessie

= Putting runs from Fuego into Squad =
 * To upload a run from Fuego

  fuego-docker# ftc list-runs -q
  fuego-docker# ftc put-run Benchmark.IOzone-default-1-bbb
    Packaging run 'Benchmark.IOzone-default-1-bbb'
    Run packaged successfully, and is at: /tmp/run-Benchmark.IOzone-default-1-on-fuegohost:bbb.frp
    WARNING: not adding attachment syslog.after
    WARNING: not adding attachment test_spec
    POSTING to http://localhost:8000/api/submit/fuego/jessie/a80be74d1629bdb2455b08db453beba0-4.9.133/bbb-4.9
    Run package run-Benchmark.IOzone-default-1-on-fuegohost:bbb.frp was accepted by the server.

= Issues =
 * see FIXTHIS issues in ftc:
   * $ grep FIXTHIS fuego-core/scripts/ftc | grep squad

Here is the FIXTHIS list for Fuego v1.5:
[FIXTHIS] squad: add a command line argument to override project_id (we don't have this concept in fuego)
[FIXTHIS] squad: add a squad-compatible build_id
[FIXTHIS] squad: add a command line argument to override build_id (we don't have this concept in fuego)
[FIXTHIS] squad: add a squad-compatible env_id
[FIXTHIS] squad: add a command line argument to override env_id
FIXTHIS - squad: drop colon and plus replacements in squad timestamp

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