gitlab.fd.o financial situation and impact on services

Rob Clark robdclark at
Mon Apr 6 18:00:51 UTC 2020

On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 10:04 AM Michel Dänzer <michel at> wrote:
> On 2020-04-06 6:34 p.m., Rob Clark wrote:
> >
> > The ideal thing would be to be able to click any jobs that we want to
> > run, say "arm64_a630_gles31", and for gitlab to realize that it needs
> > to automatically trigger dependencies of that job (meson-arm64, and
> > arm_build+arm_test).  But not sure if that is a thing gitlab can do.
> Not that I know of. The dependency handling is still pretty rudimentary
> in general.
> > Triggering just the first container jobs and having everything from
> > there run automatically would be ok if the current rules to filter out
> > unneeded jobs still apply, ie. a panfrost change isn't triggering
> > freedreno CI jobs and visa versa.  But tbh I don't understand enough
> > of what that MR is doing to understand if that is what it does.  (It
> > was suggested on IRC that this is probably what it does.)
> It is. Filtered jobs don't exist at all in the pipeline, so they can't
> be triggered by any means. :)

ahh, ok, I didn't realize that.. thx for the explaination


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