[CDash] ctest -D <dashboard>, Nightly, Continuous, or Experimental?
niels_dekker_address_until_2018 at xs4all.nl
Mon Dec 4 17:12:23 UTC 2017
Thank you for answering my questions, Zack.
I'm also interested to hear about your plans to revamp and upgrade
my.cdash.org Hope it will include secure (HTTPS) connection at the
login page. I didn't feel entirely at ease, entering my mail address and
password at an insecure HTTP page.
Unfortunately I do already get the message, "The project SuperElastix
has reached the maximum daily upload quota. You should upgrade to a
premium account to avoid missing builds". Did I really already exceed
100MB (the daily upload quota, according to
Kind regards, Niels
On 2017-12-04 16:12, Zack Galbreath wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 9:09 AM, Niels Dekker wrote:
>> Last week I created a dashboard at http://my.cdash.org for the first
>> time: http://my.cdash.org/index.php?project=SuperElastix (under
>> construction). The idea is to regularly compile and test the project
>> on Jenkins, and submit the log files to my.cdash.org.
> Sounds good.
>> Is there any technical difference in the way "-D Nightly" is
>> handles, versus "-D Continuous" or "-D Experimental"?
> Nightly builds are all reported as starting at the same time. The
> motivation here is to have a bunch of builds that are all testing the
> same version of the code, once per day. For instance, all the nightly
> CMake builds today have a buildstamp of "20171204-0100-Nightly".
>> If these are only just group names, is it also OK to add other group
>> names, e.g., "-D MyDashboardGroup"?
> Yes, generally speaking you can create arbitrary build groups and
> submit to them however you like. However, for the free edition of
> my.cdash.org you are limited to the three default groups (Nightly,
> Experimental, and Continuous). We're looking at revamping and
> upgrading my.cdash.org soon, so this restriction might go away.
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