Can you create a JIRA issue for this and assign it to me (kutzi), so I won't forget?
I think, I've fixed a very similar issue in the Jabber/IRC plugin some time ago.
I'll see if I contact the blame plugin maintainer or fix it myself.
Am 20.01.2011 01:34, schrieb edriscoll:
> I'm new to Hudson, but loving it. I've a job that does an svn update,
> builds, and runs unit tests (triggered by watching for svn changes). It
> also tars up the build and stores it as an artifact. If this passes, it
> kicks off a downstream build that does more intensive testing using that
> build (and does the right fingerprinting to establish the dependency). This
> downstream job is setup with the blame upstream committers plugin. But I'm
> seeing an odd thing - often when this downstream job fails it sends email to
> the wrong person, specifically it sends email not to the original build that
> triggered it, but to the one previous. For example, say I have the
> following jobs:
> BuildTrunk 100
> BuildTrunk 101
> Each will have their own uniquely fingerprinted artifact. Assume a
> downstream job of TestTrunk, BuildTrunk 101 job triggered TestTrunk 53,
> which uses BuildTrunk 101's artifact. If TestTrunk fails, it will end up
> sending email to the committer of BuildTrunk 100. Now one thing that is
> suspicious, is that in the TestTrunk 53 job result details, there is this
> Changes in dependency
> BuildTrunk #100 → #101 (detail)
> Which makes me think that somehow Hudson thinks there is some sort of
> dependency between BuildTrunk 100 and 101, in which case, maybe it makes
> sense that the committer for job 100 is getting blamed for the TestTrunk 53
> job failure. So, I'm at a lost. I've confirmed that TestTrunk 53 is
> fingerprinting the artifact from BuilTrunk 101 (I've compared the
> fingerprints). Any ideas why the committer for the previous BuildTrunk job
> is getting the email?