How to setup your own runbot

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19. Add your first repo : Odoo

20. Add your own repo : petstore

26. Add a field, Override update_git

28. Add a field, restore the db, do -u all

30. Launch a process in a dir

31. Run coverage

32. Produce report

33. Link in the webpage

34. Result

35. Conclusion

3. What, Why, When, Who? Introduction

8. In four steps Deploy a runbot

14. And how it works Configure runbot

24. Customize to fit your needs Create own module for runbot

37. Thank You Let's integrate


23. Link to GitHub o Set GitHub token to use GitHub API o Bi directional link

21. Use branch name matching o 1. Same branch name o 2. Common ancestors (git merge-base) o 3. Name splitting on '-' character

22. Use sticky branches o Always on top o No build skipped o Last build not killed

16. o Parameters are shared by all instances o Timeout vs Max CPU time o Runbot domain vs FQDN Global parameters

9. Deploy PostgreSQL Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 As runbot is an Odoo module, we need PostgreSQL As we'll have many instances of odoo running on the server, we must adapt the PostgreSQL configuration, # of connections, total allocated memory, user authentification, fsync=False,...

7. o Since the very beginning of the process o Before every merge o For every functional test o For a new feature test When ?

17. Add authentication As runbot is generaly behind a public IP, it's better to create groups and users o Use groups per team, project, ... o Add users in groups o Manage default user profile It's possible to use other authentication methods (nginx, ...)

25. A first simple custo o Official Odoo repo needed as fallback o Official Odoo repo is already build by Odoo s.a. o Official Odoo repo can be used to test new features o → Only build sticky branches

13. Runbot server PostgreSQL Test DB xxx Test DB xxx Scale up Runbot db Runbot server PostgreSQL Test DB xxx Test DB xxx

2. SUMMARY Introduction 1 Deploy a runbot 2 Configure runbot 3 Create own module 4 Conclusion 5

4. o Runbot is a continuous integration server o Runbot is an Odoo module o Runbot is a communication tool between functional and technical guys o Live preview with 2 databases (base, all) o Provide build status to GitHub What ?

11. Add ssh keys for authentification Step 1 Step 3 Step 2 Step 4 Your runbot will need read access to all your repositories, as well as read access to the odoo repository o Generate an ssh key for the linux user running runbot o Add this key to the github, bitbucket, ... user o Give read access for this user to your repositories

12. External tools Step 1 Step 4 Step 2 Step 3 o DNS : redirect * o NGINX : runbot is running on port 8080 o Fake SMTP server (MailCatcher, ...) o Any external software you link to (ftp, edi, ...)

27. A second one: add a job  Test base  Test all  Restore customer DB o Add a field for the db to restore o Restore the database over the existing xxx-all o Upgrade all modules on this database

29. A harder one: code coverage o o Code coverage measurement for Python by Ned Batchelder o When using, need to be in instance folder for the .coverage creation o Produce HTML report o Link to the report in the runbot page o Choose which repository needs coverage

10. Deploy Odoo Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 o Install python libraries o Install Odoo 8 from the github repo o Install runbot from the odoo-extra github repo o Install any runbot custom module o Don't forget the dbfilter parameter

6. Who ? Any member, functional or technical, member of a company which : o Deploy Odoo o Deploy custom module o Deploy custom theme And also : o Developper who wants to test a new module o Reviewer to check the commit o Functional to check a use case o Anybody to test a new app

18. Add your first repo : Odoo o The easiest one o Necessary for other repositories o Find missing libraries o Check Nginx o Check smtp o Check dns o Check ssh access to GitHub o Check PostgreSQL config o Check system load

5. o Automate test phase o Let test instances leaving o Ease communication between technical and functional guys o Easy to use, even for non-technical guys o Do not replace a Q&A on customer side o Other CI softwares exists and may be already used by technical team o Designed for Odoo by Odoo o Integrated with Git and GitHub Why ?

36. Your own runbot o Deployable on your own infrastructure o Linked to your GitHub account o Access to your repos o Part of the dev process o Easy to use for everyone o A communication tool o A dev tool o A quick test tool o Customizable to fit your needs o Source code :

15. How it's made Server  Repositories  Branches  Builds  Jobs Scheduler  Update repositories  Create missing branches  Self assign builds  Advance jobs (base, all, run)  Update NGINX config


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