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PRsarveshr7: Enhance NodeIPAM to support multiple ClusterCIDRs
ResultABORTED
Tests 6 failed / 13 succeeded
Started2022-08-05 19:30
Elapsed28m45s
Revisionc4e80ff4a1874d76db0992ff6c4410d9d6318a4c
Refs 109090

Test Failures


verify generated-kms 0.20s

make verify WHAT=generated-kms
Can't connect to 'docker' daemon.  please fix and retry.

Possible causes:
  - Docker Daemon not started
    - Linux: confirm via your init system
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: Check the menu bar and start the Docker application
  - DOCKER_HOST hasn't been set or is set incorrectly
    - Linux: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
  - Other things to check:
    - Linux: User isn't in 'docker' group.  Add and relogin.
      - Something like 'sudo usermod -a -G docker ${USER}'
      - RHEL7 bug and workaround: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1119282#c8
				
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verify generated-kubelet-plugin-registration 0.19s

make verify WHAT=generated-kubelet-plugin-registration
Can't connect to 'docker' daemon.  please fix and retry.

Possible causes:
  - Docker Daemon not started
    - Linux: confirm via your init system
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: Check the menu bar and start the Docker application
  - DOCKER_HOST hasn't been set or is set incorrectly
    - Linux: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
  - Other things to check:
    - Linux: User isn't in 'docker' group.  Add and relogin.
      - Something like 'sudo usermod -a -G docker ${USER}'
      - RHEL7 bug and workaround: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1119282#c8
				
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verify generated-pod-resources 0.18s

make verify WHAT=generated-pod-resources
Can't connect to 'docker' daemon.  please fix and retry.

Possible causes:
  - Docker Daemon not started
    - Linux: confirm via your init system
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: Check the menu bar and start the Docker application
  - DOCKER_HOST hasn't been set or is set incorrectly
    - Linux: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
  - Other things to check:
    - Linux: User isn't in 'docker' group.  Add and relogin.
      - Something like 'sudo usermod -a -G docker ${USER}'
      - RHEL7 bug and workaround: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1119282#c8
				
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verify generated-protobuf 0.81s

make verify WHAT=generated-protobuf
Can't connect to 'docker' daemon.  please fix and retry.

Possible causes:
  - Docker Daemon not started
    - Linux: confirm via your init system
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: Check the menu bar and start the Docker application
  - DOCKER_HOST hasn't been set or is set incorrectly
    - Linux: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
  - Other things to check:
    - Linux: User isn't in 'docker' group.  Add and relogin.
      - Something like 'sudo usermod -a -G docker ${USER}'
      - RHEL7 bug and workaround: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1119282#c8
				
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verify generated-runtime 0.19s

make verify WHAT=generated-runtime
Can't connect to 'docker' daemon.  please fix and retry.

Possible causes:
  - Docker Daemon not started
    - Linux: confirm via your init system
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: Check the menu bar and start the Docker application
  - DOCKER_HOST hasn't been set or is set incorrectly
    - Linux: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
    - macOS w/ Docker for Mac: domain socket is used, DOCKER_* should be unset. In Bash run `unset ${!DOCKER_*}`
  - Other things to check:
    - Linux: User isn't in 'docker' group.  Add and relogin.
      - Something like 'sudo usermod -a -G docker ${USER}'
      - RHEL7 bug and workaround: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1119282#c8
!!! [0805 19:48:19] Call tree:
!!! [0805 19:48:19]  1: hack/make-rules/../../hack/verify-generated-runtime.sh:61 verify_generated_code(...)
				
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verify gofmt 5.87s

make verify WHAT=gofmt
diff ./test/integration/clustercidr/ipam_test.go.orig ./test/integration/clustercidr/ipam_test.go
--- ./test/integration/clustercidr/ipam_test.go.orig
+++ ./test/integration/clustercidr/ipam_test.go
@@ -139,8 +139,8 @@
 }
 
 func booststrapMultiCIDRRangeAllocator(t *testing.T,
-		clientSet clientset.Interface,
-		sharedInformer informers.SharedInformerFactory,
+	clientSet clientset.Interface,
+	sharedInformer informers.SharedInformerFactory,
 ) *nodeipam.Controller {
 	_, clusterCIDRv4, _ := netutils.ParseCIDRSloppy("10.96.0.0/12")     // allows up to 8K nodes
 	_, clusterCIDRv6, _ := netutils.ParseCIDRSloppy("fd00:10:96::/112") // allows up to 8K nodes

Run ./hack/update-gofmt.sh
				
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