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git plugin to show the OpenStack job log for a commit
What is git-os-job?
The OpenStack project stores the logs for all of the test jobs related to a commit on http://logs.openstack.org organized by the commit hash. To review the logs after a job runs, most developers start with the message jenkins leaves on gerrit, and click through to the log files. Not all jenkins jobs are triggered by or related to a gerrit review, though (e.g, release tags).
git-os-job makes it easy to find those logs by finding the hash of the commit and using it to build the right URL. It will then either print the URL or open a web browser directly.
Look at the jobs related to the
HEAD commit, usually in a development branch that has been submitted to gerrit using git-review already.:
$ git os-job
Look at the jobs related to the previous commit, such as when a development branch has a series of independent changes in it:
$ git os-job HEAD^1
Look at the jobs related to a specific commit by tag, such as after submitting a release tag:
$ git os-job version.tag
Contributing and Reporting Bugs
Please use the storyboard tracker to report problems.
Patches for improvements are welcome, too, via gerrit: