[Feature flag] Delete flag 'Restrict access to jobs that use `CI_DEBUG_TRACE=True`'
:restrict_access_to_build_debug_mode feature flag. The flag is on by default.
- Team: verify:continuous integration
- Most appropriate slack channel to reach out to:
- Best individual to reach out to: Allison Browne
What are we expecting to happen?
What might happen if this goes wrong?
What can we monitor to detect problems with this?
If applicable, any groups/projects that are happy to have this feature turned on early. Some organizations may wish to test big changes they are interested in with a small subset of users ahead of time for example.
Roll Out Steps
- [-] Confirm that QA tests pass with the feature flag enabled (if you're unsure how, contact the relevant stable counterpart in the Quality department)
- [-] Enable on staging (
/chatops run feature set feature_name true --staging)
- [-] Test on staging
- [-] Ensure that documentation has been updated
- [-] Enable on GitLab.com for individual groups/projects listed above and verify behaviour (
/chatops run feature set --project=gitlab-org/gitlab feature_name true)
- [-] Coordinate a time to enable the flag with the SRE oncall and release managers
@release-managers. Once an SRE on call and Release Manager on call confirm, you can proceed with the rollout
- [-] Announce on the issue an estimated time this will be enabled on GitLab.com
- [-] Enable on GitLab.com by running chatops command in
/chatops run feature set feature_name true)
- [-] Cross post chatops Slack command to
#support_gitlab-com(more guidance when this is necessary in the dev docs) and in your team channel
- [-] Announce on the issue that the flag has been enabled
- Remove feature flag and add changelog entry
After the flag removal is deployed, clean up the feature flag by running chatops command in
Note: Skipped many steps skipped due to the flag being enabled by default
- This feature can be disabled by running the following Chatops command:
/chatops run feature set --project=gitlab-org/gitlab feature_name false