By not waiting until settled after the second reconfiguration, we might get to the release() call (which releases all jobs) before the executor server had processed the stop jobs from the reconfiguration event. This caused the jobs to have the 'success' result instead of 'aborted'. In fact, that was the usual case, which is why we were checking for 'success' on the restarted jobs. Only when the system was slow enough do we see what it was really doing -- aborting the jobs. Also, remove the release('job1') call so that both of change B's jobs are aborted, instead of just one. Finally, I've added an extra wait until settled after the first reconfiguration event. This should not be necessary, but it seems like good practice. Change-Id: I87e926e009e031f8866aeab87411e3487e06f978
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Python Version Support
Zuul v3 requires Python 3. It does not support Python 2.
As Ansible is used for the execution of jobs, it's important to note
that while Ansible does support Python 3, not all of Ansible's modules
do. Zuul currently sets
python2 so that remote content will be executed with Python 2.