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Test::BrewBuild::Dispatch - Dispatch
Test::BrewBuild test runs to remote test servers.
use Test::BrewBuild::Dispatch; my $d = Test::BrewBuild::Dispatch->new; my $return = $d->dispatch( cmd => 'brewbuild -r -R', testers => [qw(127.0.0.1 10.1.1.1:9999)], repo => 'https://github.com/user/repo', ); print $return;
This is the remote dispatching system of Test::BrewBuild.
It dispatches out test runs to Test::BrewBuild::Tester remote test servers to perform, then processes the results returned from those testers.
By default, we try to look up the repository information from your current working directory. If it can't be found, you must supply it on the command line or within the configuration file.
Returns a new
cmd is the
brewbuild command string that will be executed.
repo is the name of the repo to test against, and is optional. If not supplied, we'll attempt to get a repo name from the local working directory you're working in. If it's a Github repo, you need not enter in the full path... we'll prepend
https://github.com/ if you send in
testers is manadory unless you've set up a config file, and contains an array reference of IP/Port pairs for remote testers to dispatch to and follow. eg:
[qw(10.1.1.5 172.16.5.5:9999)]. If the port portion of the tester is omitted, we'll default to
By default, the testers run on all IPs and port
debug optional, set to a level between 0 and 7.
See Test::BrewBuild::Tester for more details on the testers that the dispatcher dispatches to.
This function will spin off a continuous run of
dispatch() runs, based on whether the commit revision checksum locally is different than that from the remote. It takes all of the same parameters as
dispatch(), and the
-r|--repo parameter is mandatory.
There is also a configuration file directive in the
auto_sleep, which dictates how many seconds to sleep in between each run. The default is
60, or one minute.
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Copyright 2017 Steve Bertrand.
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