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Configure Flaky Tests detection using BuildKite

Getting Started

You can use the analytics test uploader within your Buildkite workflows to upload your test results.

The trunk analytics test uploader currently only supports Linux x64. If you have another use case, please get in touch with support at https://slack.trunk.io. For the best results, you'll need to validate that your test invocation doesn't use cached test results and doesn't automatically retry failing tests.

Create workflow

Create a Buildkite workflow that runs the tests you want to monitor. In order for us to use the results, these tests must produces a test report in JUnit XML format.

Find Organization Slug and Token

Next you will need your Trunk organization slug and token. Navigate to app.trunk.io. Once logged in navigate to Settings -> Manage -> Organization. Copy your organization slug. You can find your Trunk token by navigating to Settings → Manage Organization → Organization API Token and clicking "View." Store your trunk token in a secret named TRUNK_TOKEN.

Setup Buildkite workflow

Update your Buildkite workflow to download and run the test uploader binary after you've run your tests:

Sample Buildkite workflow steps:

steps:
  - label: "Run tests"
    command: echo "hello world"
    key: tests
  - label: "Upload test results"
    commands:
      - "curl -fsSL --retry 3 https://trunk.io/releases/analytics-cli/latest -o ./trunk-analytics-uploader"
      - "chmod +x ./trunk-analytics-uploader"
      - "./trunk-analytics-uploader upload --junit-paths *.xml --org-url-slug trunk --token $$TRUNK_TOKEN"
    key: upload
    depends_on:
       - tests

The trunk-analytics-uploader binary should be run from the repository root. If you need to run the binary from another location, you must provide the path to the repo root using the --repo-rootargument. The --junit-paths argument accepts the xml file locations as both a list of globs or absolute paths.


If you're interested in better understanding this binary or want to contribute to it, you can find the open source repo here.

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