On 05/26/2018 04:26 AM, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
We have a testing setup at FreeIPA upstream that allows us to test complex topologies.
Only recently we were able to move to Fedora 28 testing there as we had issues with our
components. There we test also what OpenQA is unable to test so far. I think 4.6.90.pre2
is in much better shape than what Fedora 28 had released. However, if we were to get it as
a blocking release, Fedora 28 would have been delayed by at least a month.
I think I
speak for all of the AtomicCI team  when I say that we will
continue working with you to get more tests into the Fedora workflow.
Please reach out to me off-list if you have a set of good tests in mind
that we could help you run in the Fedora workflow (and maybe even link
them to run when other packages change, so they don't break FreeIPA) to
prevent this happening again in Fedora 29 and onwards.