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# CI configuration file for CI utilizing cirrus-ci.org
#
# For instructions on how to enable the CI integration in a repository and
# further details, see src/tools/ci/README
env:
# Source of images / containers
GCP_PROJECT: pg-ci-images
IMAGE_PROJECT: $GCP_PROJECT
CONTAINER_REPO: us-docker.pkg.dev/${GCP_PROJECT}/ci
# The lower depth accelerates git clone. Use a bit of depth so that
# concurrent tasks and retrying older jobs has a chance of working.
CIRRUS_CLONE_DEPTH: 500
# Useful to be able to analyse what in a script takes long
CIRRUS_LOG_TIMESTAMP: true
CCACHE_MAXSIZE: "250M"
# target to test, for all but windows
CHECK: check-world PROVE_FLAGS=$PROVE_FLAGS
CHECKFLAGS: -Otarget
PROVE_FLAGS: --timer
MTEST_ARGS: --print-errorlogs --no-rebuild -C build
PGCTLTIMEOUT: 120 # avoids spurious failures during parallel tests
TEMP_CONFIG: ${CIRRUS_WORKING_DIR}/src/tools/ci/pg_ci_base.conf
PG_TEST_EXTRA: kerberos ldap ssl
# What files to preserve in case tests fail
on_failure_ac: &on_failure_ac
log_artifacts:
paths:
- "**/*.log"
- "**/*.diffs"
- "**/regress_log_*"
type: text/plain
on_failure_meson: &on_failure_meson
testrun_artifacts:
paths:
- "build*/testrun/**/*.log"
- "build*/testrun/**/*.diffs"
- "build*/testrun/**/regress_log_*"
type: text/plain
# In theory it'd be nice to upload the junit files meson generates, so that
# cirrus will nicely annotate the commit. Unfortunately the files don't
# contain identifieable file + line numbers right now, so the annotations
# don't end up useful. We could probably improve on that with a some custom
# conversion script, but ...
meson_log_artifacts:
path: "build*/meson-logs/*.txt"
type: text/plain
task:
name: FreeBSD - 13 - Meson
env:
# FreeBSD on GCP is slow when running with larger number of CPUS /
# jobs. Using one more job than cpus seems to work best.
CPUS: 2
BUILD_JOBS: 3
TEST_JOBS: 3
CCACHE_DIR: /tmp/ccache_dir
CPPFLAGS: -DRELCACHE_FORCE_RELEASE -DCOPY_PARSE_PLAN_TREES -DWRITE_READ_PARSE_PLAN_TREES -DRAW_EXPRESSION_COVERAGE_TEST
CFLAGS: -Og -ggdb
only_if: $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE !=~ '.*\nci-os-only:.*' || $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE =~ '.*\nci-os-only:[^\n]*freebsd.*'
compute_engine_instance:
image_project: $IMAGE_PROJECT
image: family/pg-ci-freebsd-13
platform: freebsd
cpu: $CPUS
memory: 4G
disk: 50
sysinfo_script: |
id
uname -a
ulimit -a -H && ulimit -a -S
export
ccache_cache:
folder: $CCACHE_DIR
# Workaround around performance issues due to 32KB block size
repartition_script: src/tools/ci/gcp_freebsd_repartition.sh
create_user_script: |
pw useradd postgres
chown -R postgres:postgres .
mkdir -p ${CCACHE_DIR}
chown -R postgres:postgres ${CCACHE_DIR}
setup_core_files_script: |
mkdir -m 770 /tmp/cores
chown root:postgres /tmp/cores
sysctl kern.corefile='/tmp/cores/%N.%P.core'
setup_additional_packages_script: |
#pkg install -y ...
# NB: Intentionally build without -Dllvm. The freebsd image size is already
# large enough to make VM startup slow, and even without llvm freebsd
# already takes longer than other platforms except for windows.
configure_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
meson setup \
--buildtype=debug \
-Dcassert=true -Dssl=openssl -Duuid=bsd -Dtcl_version=tcl86 -Ddtrace=auto \
-DPG_TEST_EXTRA="$PG_TEST_EXTRA" \
-Dextra_lib_dirs=/usr/local/lib -Dextra_include_dirs=/usr/local/include/ \
build
EOF
build_script: su postgres -c 'ninja -C build -j${BUILD_JOBS}'
upload_caches: ccache
test_world_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
ulimit -c unlimited
meson test $MTEST_ARGS --num-processes ${TEST_JOBS}
EOF
on_failure:
<<: *on_failure_meson
cores_script: src/tools/ci/cores_backtrace.sh freebsd /tmp/cores
# configure feature flags, shared between the task running the linux tests and
# the CompilerWarnings task
LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES: &LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES >-
--with-gssapi
--with-icu
--with-ldap
--with-libxml
--with-libxslt
--with-llvm
--with-lz4
--with-pam
--with-perl
--with-python
--with-selinux
--with-ssl=openssl
--with-systemd
--with-tcl --with-tclconfig=/usr/lib/tcl8.6/
--with-uuid=ossp
--with-zstd
LINUX_MESON_FEATURES: &LINUX_MESON_FEATURES >-
-Dllvm=enabled
-Dssl=openssl
-Duuid=e2fs
task:
env:
CPUS: 4
BUILD_JOBS: 4
TEST_JOBS: 8 # experimentally derived to be a decent choice
CCACHE_DIR: /tmp/ccache_dir
DEBUGINFOD_URLS: "https://debuginfod.debian.net"
CFLAGS: -Og -ggdb
CXXFLAGS: -Og -ggdb
CC: ccache gcc
CXX: ccache g++
LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES: *LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES
LINUX_MESON_FEATURES: *LINUX_MESON_FEATURES
only_if: $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE !=~ '.*\nci-os-only:.*' || $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE =~ '.*\nci-os-only:[^\n]*linux.*'
compute_engine_instance:
image_project: $IMAGE_PROJECT
image: family/pg-ci-bullseye
platform: linux
cpu: $CPUS
memory: 4G
ccache_cache:
folder: ${CCACHE_DIR}
sysinfo_script: |
id
uname -a
cat /proc/cmdline
ulimit -a -H && ulimit -a -S
export
create_user_script: |
useradd -m postgres
chown -R postgres:postgres .
mkdir -p ${CCACHE_DIR}
chown -R postgres:postgres ${CCACHE_DIR}
echo '* - memlock 134217728' > /etc/security/limits.d/postgres.conf
su postgres -c "ulimit -l -H && ulimit -l -S"
setup_core_files_script: |
mkdir -m 770 /tmp/cores
chown root:postgres /tmp/cores
sysctl kernel.core_pattern='/tmp/cores/%e-%s-%p.core'
setup_additional_packages_script: |
#apt-get update
#DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get -y install ...
matrix:
- name: Linux - Debian Bullseye - Autoconf
configure_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
./configure \
--enable-cassert --enable-debug --enable-tap-tests \
--enable-nls \
\
${LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES} \
\
CLANG="ccache clang"
EOF
build_script: su postgres -c "make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} world-bin"
upload_caches: ccache
test_world_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
ulimit -c unlimited # default is 0
make -s ${CHECK} ${CHECKFLAGS} -j${TEST_JOBS}
EOF
on_failure:
<<: *on_failure_ac
- name: Linux - Debian Bullseye - Meson
env:
CCACHE_MAXSIZE: "400M" # tests two different builds
configure_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
meson setup \
--buildtype=debug \
-Dcassert=true \
${LINUX_MESON_FEATURES} \
-DPG_TEST_EXTRA="$PG_TEST_EXTRA" \
build
EOF
# Also build & test in a 32bit build - it's gotten rare to test that
# locally.
configure_32_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
export CC='ccache gcc -m32'
meson setup \
--buildtype=debug \
-Dcassert=true \
${LINUX_MESON_FEATURES} \
-Dllvm=disabled \
--pkg-config-path /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkgconfig/ \
-DPERL=perl5.32-i386-linux-gnu \
-DPG_TEST_EXTRA="$PG_TEST_EXTRA" \
build-32
EOF
build_script: su postgres -c 'ninja -C build -j${BUILD_JOBS}'
build_32_script: su postgres -c 'ninja -C build-32 -j${BUILD_JOBS}'
upload_caches: ccache
test_world_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
ulimit -c unlimited
meson test $MTEST_ARGS --num-processes ${TEST_JOBS}
EOF
# so that we don't upload 64bit logs if 32bit fails
rm -rf build/
# There's currently no coverage of icu with LANG=C in the buildfarm. We
# can easily provide some here by running one of the sets of tests that
# way. Newer versions of python insist on changing the LC_CTYPE away
# from C, prevent that with PYTHONCOERCECLOCALE.
test_world_32_script: |
su postgres <<-EOF
ulimit -c unlimited
PYTHONCOERCECLOCALE=0 LANG=C meson test $MTEST_ARGS -C build-32 --num-processes ${TEST_JOBS}
EOF
on_failure:
<<: *on_failure_meson
on_failure:
cores_script: src/tools/ci/cores_backtrace.sh linux /tmp/cores
task:
name: macOS - Monterey - Meson
env:
CPUS: 12 # always get that much for cirrusci macOS instances
BUILD_JOBS: $CPUS
# Test performance regresses noticably when using all cores. 8 seems to
# work OK. See
# https://postgr.es/m/20220927040208.l3shfcidovpzqxfh%40awork3.anarazel.de
TEST_JOBS: 8
CIRRUS_WORKING_DIR: ${HOME}/pgsql/
CCACHE_DIR: ${HOME}/ccache
HOMEBREW_CACHE: ${HOME}/homebrew-cache
PERL5LIB: ${HOME}/perl5/lib/perl5
CC: ccache cc
CXX: ccache c++
CPPFLAGS: -DRANDOMIZE_ALLOCATED_MEMORY
CFLAGS: -Og -ggdb
CXXFLAGS: -Og -ggdb
only_if: $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE !=~ '.*\nci-os-only:.*' || $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE =~ '.*\nci-os-only:[^\n]*(macos|darwin|osx).*'
osx_instance:
image: monterey-base
sysinfo_script: |
id
uname -a
ulimit -a -H && ulimit -a -S
export
setup_core_files_script:
- mkdir ${HOME}/cores
- sudo sysctl kern.corefile="${HOME}/cores/core.%P"
perl_cache:
folder: ~/perl5
cpan_install_script:
- perl -mIPC::Run -e 1 || cpan -T IPC::Run
- perl -mIO::Pty -e 1 || cpan -T IO::Pty
upload_caches: perl
# XXX: Could we instead install homebrew into a cached directory? The
# homebrew installation takes a good bit of time every time, even if the
# packages do not need to be downloaded.
homebrew_cache:
folder: $HOMEBREW_CACHE
setup_additional_packages_script: |
brew install \
ccache \
icu4c \
krb5 \
llvm \
lz4 \
make \
meson \
openldap \
openssl \
python \
tcl-tk \
zstd
brew cleanup -s # to reduce cache size
upload_caches: homebrew
ccache_cache:
folder: $CCACHE_DIR
configure_script: |
brewpath="/usr/local"
PKG_CONFIG_PATH="${brewpath}/lib/pkgconfig:${PKG_CONFIG_PATH}"
for pkg in icu4c krb5 openldap openssl zstd ; do
pkgpath="${brewpath}/opt/${pkg}"
PKG_CONFIG_PATH="${pkgpath}/lib/pkgconfig:${PKG_CONFIG_PATH}"
PATH="${pkgpath}/bin:${pkgpath}/sbin:$PATH"
done
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH PATH
meson setup \
--buildtype=debug \
-Dextra_include_dirs=${brewpath}/include \
-Dextra_lib_dirs=${brewpath}/lib \
-Dcassert=true \
-Dssl=openssl -Duuid=e2fs -Ddtrace=auto \
-DPG_TEST_EXTRA="$PG_TEST_EXTRA" \
build
build_script: ninja -C build -j${BUILD_JOBS}
upload_caches: ccache
test_world_script: |
ulimit -c unlimited # default is 0
ulimit -n 1024 # default is 256, pretty low
meson test $MTEST_ARGS --num-processes ${TEST_JOBS}
on_failure:
<<: *on_failure_meson
cores_script: src/tools/ci/cores_backtrace.sh macos "${HOME}/cores"
task:
name: Windows - Server 2019, VS 2019 - Meson & ninja
env:
# Half the allowed per-user CPU cores
CPUS: 4
TEST_JOBS: 8 # wild guess, data based value welcome
# The default cirrus working dir is in a directory msbuild complains about
CIRRUS_WORKING_DIR: "c:/cirrus"
# Avoid re-installing over and over
NO_TEMP_INSTALL: 1
# git's tar doesn't deal with drive letters, see
# https://postgr.es/m/b6782dc3-a7b0-ed56-175f-f8f54cb08d67%40dunslane.net
TAR: "c:/windows/system32/tar.exe"
# Avoids port conflicts between concurrent tap test runs
PG_TEST_USE_UNIX_SOCKETS: 1
PG_REGRESS_SOCK_DIR: "c:/cirrus/"
# startcreate_script starts a postgres instance that we don't want to get
# killed at the end of that script (it's stopped in stop_script). Can't
# trivially use background_scripts because a) need pg_ctl's dropping of
# permissions b) need to wait for startup to have finished, and we don't
# currently have a tool for that...
CIRRUS_ESCAPING_PROCESSES: 1
# Cirrus defaults to SetErrorMode(SEM_NOGPFAULTERRORBOX | ...). That
# prevents crash reporting from working unless binaries do SetErrorMode()
# themselves. Furthermore, it appears that either python or, more likely,
# the C runtime has a bug where SEM_NOGPFAULTERRORBOX can very
# occasionally *trigger* a crash on process exit - which is hard to debug,
# given that it explicitly prevents crash dumps from working...
# 0x8001 is SEM_FAILCRITICALERRORS | SEM_NOOPENFILEERRORBOX
CIRRUS_WINDOWS_ERROR_MODE: 0x8001
only_if: $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE !=~ '.*\nci-os-only:.*' || $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE =~ '.*\nci-os-only:[^\n]*windows.*'
windows_container:
image: $CONTAINER_REPO/windows_ci_vs_2019:latest
cpu: $CPUS
memory: 4G
sysinfo_script: |
chcp
systeminfo
powershell -Command get-psdrive -psprovider filesystem
set
setup_additional_packages_script: |
REM choco install -y --no-progress ...
# Use /DEBUG:FASTLINK to avoid high memory usage during linking
configure_script: |
vcvarsall x64
meson setup --backend ninja --buildtype debug -Dc_link_args=/DEBUG:FASTLINK -Dcassert=true -Dssl=openssl -Dextra_lib_dirs=c:\openssl\1.1\lib -Dextra_include_dirs=c:\openssl\1.1\include -DTAR=c:/windows/system32/tar.exe -DPG_TEST_EXTRA="%PG_TEST_EXTRA%" build
build_script: |
vcvarsall x64
ninja -C build
check_world_script: |
vcvarsall x64
meson test %MTEST_ARGS% --num-processes %TEST_JOBS%
on_failure:
<<: *on_failure_meson
crashlog_artifacts:
path: "crashlog-*.txt"
type: text/plain
task:
name: CompilerWarnings
# To limit unnecessary work only run this once the normal linux test succeeds
depends_on:
- Linux - Debian Bullseye - Meson
env:
CPUS: 4
BUILD_JOBS: 4
# Use larger ccache cache, as this task compiles with multiple compilers /
# flag combinations
CCACHE_MAXSIZE: "1GB"
CCACHE_DIR: "/tmp/ccache_dir"
LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES: *LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES
LINUX_MESON_FEATURES: *LINUX_MESON_FEATURES
# task that did not run, count as a success, so we need to recheck Linux'
# condition here ...
only_if: $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE !=~ '.*\nci-os-only:.*' || $CIRRUS_CHANGE_MESSAGE =~ '.*\nci-os-only:[^\n]*linux.*'
container:
image: $CONTAINER_REPO/linux_debian_bullseye_ci:latest
cpu: $CPUS
sysinfo_script: |
id
uname -a
cat /proc/cmdline
ulimit -a -H && ulimit -a -S
gcc -v
clang -v
export
ccache_cache:
folder: $CCACHE_DIR
setup_additional_packages_script: |
#apt-get update
#DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive apt-get -y install ...
###
# Test that code can be built with gcc/clang without warnings
###
setup_script: echo "COPT=-Werror" > src/Makefile.custom
# Trace probes have a history of getting accidentally broken. Use the
# different compilers to build with different combinations of dtrace on/off
# and cassert on/off.
# gcc, cassert off, dtrace on
always:
gcc_warning_script: |
time ./configure \
--cache gcc.cache \
--enable-dtrace \
${LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES} \
CC="ccache gcc" CXX="ccache g++" CLANG="ccache clang"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} world-bin
# gcc, cassert on, dtrace off
always:
gcc_a_warning_script: |
time ./configure \
--cache gcc.cache \
--enable-cassert \
${LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES} \
CC="ccache gcc" CXX="ccache g++" CLANG="ccache clang"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} world-bin
# clang, cassert off, dtrace off
always:
clang_warning_script: |
time ./configure \
--cache clang.cache \
${LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES} \
CC="ccache clang" CXX="ccache clang++" CLANG="ccache clang"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} world-bin
# clang, cassert on, dtrace on
always:
clang_a_warning_script: |
time ./configure \
--cache clang.cache \
--enable-cassert \
--enable-dtrace \
${LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES} \
CC="ccache clang" CXX="ccache clang++" CLANG="ccache clang"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} world-bin
# cross-compile to windows
always:
mingw_cross_warning_script: |
time ./configure \
--host=x86_64-w64-mingw32 \
--enable-cassert \
CC="ccache x86_64-w64-mingw32-gcc" \
CXX="ccache x86_64-w64-mingw32-g++"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} world-bin
###
# Verify docs can be built
###
# XXX: Only do this if there have been changes in doc/ since last build
always:
docs_build_script: |
time ./configure \
--cache gcc.cache \
CC="ccache gcc" \
CXX="ccache g++" \
CLANG="ccache clang"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} -C doc
###
# Verify headerscheck / cpluspluscheck succeed
#
# - Don't use ccache, the files are uncacheable, polluting ccache's
# cache
# - Use -fmax-errors, as particularly cpluspluscheck can be very verbose
# - XXX have to disable ICU to avoid errors:
# https://postgr.es/m/20220323002024.f2g6tivduzrktgfa%40alap3.anarazel.de
###
always:
headers_headerscheck_script: |
time ./configure \
${LINUX_CONFIGURE_FEATURES} \
--without-icu \
--quiet \
CC="gcc" CXX"=g++" CLANG="clang"
make -s -j${BUILD_JOBS} clean
time make -s headerscheck EXTRAFLAGS='-fmax-errors=10'
headers_cpluspluscheck_script: |
time make -s cpluspluscheck EXTRAFLAGS='-fmax-errors=10'
always:
upload_caches: ccache