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Fuego jobs (or test run instances) are located in /home/jenkins/fuego/jobs/<test_name>/builds.

This directory has the following items:

  • a directory for each build
    • the directory name is a timestamp in the format: YYYY-MM-DD_HH-mm-ss
    • each build directory has the files:
      • build.xml
      • changelog.xml
      • log
  • a symlink to each build directory, using the build number
    • example: 3 -> 2016-08-02_12-52-13
  • last.* files (5 of them)
    • lastFailedBuild, lastStableBuild, lastSuccessfulBuild, lastUnstableBuild, lastUncessfulBuild
    • each of this is a symlink to the last build of the indicated type

In the top directory (/home/jenkins/fuego/jobs/<test_name>), you can find:

  • nextBuildNumber = ascii number for the next build number to use
  • config.xml = jenkins attributes for this test
  • lastStable = symlink to builds/lastStableBuild
  • lastSuccessful = symlink to builds/lastSuccessfulBuild

how to make your own job instance [edit section]

Here are some steps to make your own job instance. (I documented this for my work on ftc).
  • read nextBuildNumber
  • write nextBuildNumber with build_num+1
  • generate timestamp
  • create timestamp directory in builds
    • ex: builds/2016-07-31_12-00-00
  • generate build.xml, changelog.xml log
    • maybe by copying a previous build
  • change <number>
  • change <startTime>
    • you can use timetamp from:
      • python time.mktime((2016,7,31,12,0,0,-1,-1,-1))) * 1000
  • create build_num symlink to timestamp dir
    • ln -s 3 2016-07-31_12-00-00

  • unlink lastStableBuild and symlink 3 to lastStableBuild
  • unlink lastSuccessfulBuild and symlink 3 to lastSuccessfulBuild
  • need to set permissions to (jenkins, nogroup) on all newly create file
  • tell jenkins to reload configuration
    • using 'jcmd reload-configuration'

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