At 18:23 UTC on July 5th, 2016, a landmark was reached in the LAVA Lab. Job number 1,000,000 was submitted by the kernel-ci bot to the main production instance. Three minutes later, at 18:26, the scheduler picked the job up and passed it to a dispatcher to run on Highbank node 02. As with all kernel-ci jobs, it ran quickly and was complete two and a half minutes later, and yes: It did complete. This is important, because various improvements to LAVA and the Lab infrastructure over the past six months mean that the majority of failures (> 99%) are due to failing kernels or missing resources – i.e. links on external sites that do not exist.