How to install the KCIDB package
KCIDB is a package for submitting and querying Linux Kernel CI reports, coming from independent CI systems, and for maintaining the service behind that.
See the collected results on our dashboard. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to start submitting results from your CI system, or if you want to receive automatic notifications of arriving results.
See the Tests Catalog file with the list of test identifiers used by KCIDB.
CI Services contributing to KCIDB
The are a number of CI Services in production contributing to KCIDB, including:
Red Hat CKI
This is Red Hat’s kernel CI service. They run tests on a variety of enterprise class machines. This service is used to test the kernel package in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) product.
- See Contributing to CKI for instructions to add tests
- See Contributing a submaintainer tree for instructions to test a git branch
- You can find more details at the cki-project.org
- Contact: Send questions to email@example.com
How to submit build and test reports with KCIDB
Setting up for KCIDB development
Deploying, maintaining, and upgrading a KCIDB service installation