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"Backlog" widget on "Gerrit-Backlog" seems to miss some older open changesets
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"Backlog" panel on currently starts with which has "Open Date = Oct 1st, 2014".

Examples of open changesets created before 2014-10-01:

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Aklapper triaged this task as Medium priority.Sep 28 2016, 12:28 PM
Aklapper created this task.

Still an issue.

Now starts with Open Date = Nov 20th, 2014 so it really only covers the last two years.

Lcanasdiaz moved this task from Backlog to Ready to Go on the board.

You can find reviews created on 2013 using these filters:

I can't find the one from Feb 2013 you included in the description. We'll review it.

(PEBKAC: By default the view is only about Last 2 years, Andre...)

"Backlog" on orders by Submission Date of the initial Patch Set.
(In contrast, "Oldest open Gerrit changesets without code review" on orders by Last Update / Patch Set, not by Submission Date of the initial Patch Set.)

Going to Last 5 years on , the oldest listed patchset is from Dec 2013, and indeed (Submission Date of the initiual Patch Set: Feb 2013) seems to be missing so data seems to be incomplete.

I'll adjust the task summary here accordingly.

Aklapper renamed this task from "Backlog" widget on "Gerrit-Backlog" seems to cover only last two years, misses oldest open changesets to "Backlog" widget on "Gerrit-Backlog" seems to miss some older open changesets.Nov 23 2016, 3:53 PM
Aklapper raised the priority of this task from Medium to High.

@Aklapper , @Lcanasdiaz we were indeed missing changesets. The point is that tables in Kibana are ordered by a given metric and in this case this was the column "changeset". However this has to be ordered by the open date or the days open.

So the problem was that as we had that column, the list of changesets was randomly selected. But at the very beginning we chose to have the whole list of changesets and not only 100 of them. Then we faced strong performance issues and we decided to have only 100 of those changesets. And having 100 of them and the column changeset to 1, we forced Kibana to randomly select 100 of them (and this is basically the issue here).

How to fix this: I removed the changeset column and added two new metrics (in the nomenclature of Kibana): max(open_date) and max(open_days). As we only have one open date and one open days per changeset, then we forced Kibana to order by the open date (our new metric) and now this properly works :).

Aklapper closed this task as Resolved.Dec 21 2016, 5:04 PM
Aklapper moved this task from Backlog to December on the Developer-Advocacy (Oct-Dec-2016) board.

Confirming that looks complete now.
Thanks for fixing this!

Qgil awarded a token.Dec 22 2016, 8:54 AM