pingou: Some stats about our dist-git and updates

I recently started looking at our dist-git usage but my data was a little limited.

Instead of querying datagrepper I managed to access directly the data in the database to get some stats:

Dist-git commits

Here is the output:

Over 1582 days (from 2012-10-08 to 2017-02-28)
   There was an average of 376.300884956 commits per day
   The median is of 327.0 commits per day
   The minimum number of commits was 1
   The maximum number of commits was 34716

For the average and median we removed all the days where there were more than 3,000 builds since they mostly concern mass-rebuilds (18 days were above 3000, and thus removed).

This is how it looks in a graph:

Commits in dist-git per day

dist_git_commit_per_day.png

Bodhi updates

Using the same data source, I went on to look at the number of bodhi updates flagged go to testing and the number of bodhi updates flagged to go to stable per day.

Here is the output:

Over 1541 days (from 2012-10-08 to 2017-02-28)
   there was an average of 76.9000648929 requests to testing per day
   The median is of 75 requests to testing per day
   the minimum number of requests to testing was 4
   the maximum number of requests to testing was 291
Over 1561 days (from 2012-10-08 to 2017-02-28)
   there was an average of 57.4477898783 requests to stable per day
   The median is of 54 requests to stable per day
   the minimum number of requests to stable was 1
   the maximum number of requests to stable was 217

(No data were removed there since there are no equivalent to mass-rebuild for these).

Graphically:

Updates requests for testing:

bodhi_requests_testing_per_day.png

Updates requests for stable:

bodhi_requests_stable_per_day.png


Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: pingou: Some stats about our dist-git and updates.
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