Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 589306
The My Systems view from Inventory/Beaker should separate reserved systems from those running automated tests.
Last modified: 2014-12-07 20:02:12 EST
Description of problem:
At the moment when looking at the "my systems" view (systems selected that are checked out by you), there is no way to determine which systems are the ones you have reserved and which have been selected by the secheduler to run automated tests against.
For example, if I've previously reserved 2 systems and kick off a kernel workflow against all arch's I end up with a big confusing list of systems and it is very easy to provison or reboot one of the systems under automated testing by mistake.
There is no obvious way to filter these systems out with key/value's or the other search toggles.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Version - 0.5.32
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Reserve a system or 2
2.kick off a job or workflow which uses a signficant number of systems
3.Try and find which system you reserved from step 1
We should have a way to filter out systems running tests from those being reserved. Ideally it should work this way by default under the my systems view. I would prefer to see both lists of systems on the same page in two tables, or leave them all in the same table and flag the ones I've reserved somehow from the ones running automated tests. Maybe there's a key for the name of the test currently being executed we could use?
We do have a way...soon.
It's still in testing.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 569732 ***