Show job relations for parallel/children jobs also on the tests overview page /tests/overview (mainly for parallel jobs)
As a reviewer of jobs with relations on '/tests/overview' I want the job relations to show up so that I save time finding out inter-dependant job results
- AC1: the job relations are visible on '/tests/overview'
- AC2: multi-machine tests on '/tests/overview' can be grouped/folded to reduce clutter
- research how job relations are shown for '/tests'
- implement the icons in a similar way for '/tests/overview'
- optional: Fold inter-dependant job results into a stack
- optional: Unfold on click
- optional: Make the job relation lookup and display configurable
Original motivation came from asmorodskyi and rbrown discussing with me about multi machine tests which tend to use a lot of space on a overview page when most often one is at first interested in the overall result. So the idea was that these job result bubbles could be bundled or folded.
#15846 is related.
#5 Updated by okurz about 2 years ago
- File Screenshot_20190605_233019.png Screenshot_20190605_233019.png added
- Subject changed from Show job relations for parallel/children jobs also on /tests/overview to Show job relations for parallel/children jobs also on the tests overview page /tests/overview (mainly for parallel jobs)
- Category changed from 124 to Feature requests
Incorporated content from #52517 for implementation suggestions (see there for more details):
The circle icons for multiple parallel jobs could be collapsed into a single blob, e.g. with
which can look like
sebchlad already identified the right location in code which could be adjusted, e.g.
where we could go over the result hash and combine all parallel test results into a stack.
- Clicking on the icon could open a popup with the individual results to go there. Alternative: In the most simple case just open the result from the first of the parallel job, e.g. jump immediately to the "Dependencies" tab.
- For labels: Combine them all, e.g. for two parallel jobs with one label each show the stack icon and two flash / bug icons next to it.
- The retry button can link to the first job as AFAIK the parallel jobs are started with it anyway already – or should be ;)
- Optional: On hovering over the icon show a list of test results of all stacked tests in a popover (don't overdo graphing, clickable, to be able to click into all icons, failed modules, bug icon, etc.)
- Result / color to show when they differ within the stack: Most likely user expectation on the result color is "worst", so combine with a precedence: incomplete beats fail beats cancel beats softfail beats passed
- For display of test name(s): Make it explicit and rather show a custom string from a test variable in any of the stack's job with fallback to all names with ellipsis.
- Having a cluster name for creating subgroups might actually be sensible as well - so cluster parallel jobs automatically (with autopicking a name if not present) and other jobs if they have the same cluster name. If parallel jobs have multiple cluster names, we'll explode and call shutdown. This cluster name might actually be an excellent choice for a job group template parameter - and so the circle closes :)
In particular: "could we also work towards getting some better rendering of parallel tests please? So that all hpc_ALPHA_mpich_mpi_xxx tests, which are in fact '1 multi machine' test, could be easily seen as such? For instance the parent rendered with bold, or children rendered with italic or whatever is the easiest." That we can consider as an alternative to the collapsing I proposed.
#11 Updated by Xiaojing_liu 12 months ago
Like https://github.com/os-autoinst/openQA/pull/3287#issuecomment-665614031 said, the tests page has the hovering function, we should implement this feature in overview page.
- Description updated (diff)
- Status changed from Feedback to Workable
- Target version changed from Ready to future
IMHO we improved the UX but some ideas have been mentioned to improve further, e.g. collapsing multiple entries together, e.g. with the mentioned stack icon. Added a second AC accordingly. Leaving this ticket for the future to be followed up with.