Tools for plotting and gathering information about Bugzillas
Bugzilla - Data
A tool for visualizing Bugzilla data via component, product, assginee, qa_contact, etc.
Right now, this tool generates bar charts of Bugzilla bugs.
The charts can be sorted according to e.g. bug component, assignee, qa_contact, etc.
The charts will automatically be sorted from highest to lowest. This is the image generated
from the example query yaml (
The basics of using this tool is as simple as,
- Creating and activating a python 3 virtual environment
pip install -e .
The allowed parameters to
usage: make_plot.py [-h] [-q QUERY] [-p PLOT] [-u URL] [--save] [--output] [--login] [--credential_file CREDENTIAL_FILE] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -q QUERY, --query QUERY Path to query yaml file (default: conf/query.yaml) -p PLOT, --plot PLOT Plot bar chart for BZs found via <query> sorted according to one of: [component, qa_contact, assigned_to, creator] (default: component) -u URL, --url URL Bugzilla URL (default: bugzilla.redhat.com) --save Save the plot (default: False) --output Output bugzilla data from query to stdout (default: False) --login Login to Bugzilla before making query. Required to use e.g. savedsearch and to get some hidden fields. (default: False) --credential_file CREDENTIAL_FILE Path to credential yaml file (default: conf/credentials.yaml)
To effectively use this tool, you must define meaningful queries in
You can define
any number of queries within you query file. Each simply must start with
A simple example query which fetches
NEW BZ's for Red Hat Cloudforms is provided,
but these can be much more complicated. For example, you can fetch according to specific users
who created/reported the BZ via
- query: product: - Red Hat CloudForms Management Engine status: - ON_QA - NEW - POST - CLOSED include_fields: - id - summary - component - description - status - qa_contact - creator - assigned_to - version reporter: - <email1> - <email2> - <email3>
You can also search by
assigned_to and then generate plots according to
these users. More information about the queries can be found at:
as this is the API that is used for bugzilla queries. Note that the
include_fields list is
not necessary, and can be commented out if you run into attribute errors in the program call.
It can speed up your query if you're dealing with a large number of BZs, since
will only fetch those specific fields.
Another neat feature of
python-bugzilla is the ability to login to Bugzilla and use
a search saved under your login rather than formulating your own query. To do so, create a
credentials file in
conf/credentials.yaml, with the following content:
- login_info: username: <your_bz_username> password: <your_bz_password>
For the query, you can have the following in
- query: savedsearch: My Bugs # just an example, can be the name of any search defined in your Bugzilla
Then run the script passing the
--login so the script knows that a login is required.
python scripts/make_plot.py --login
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