As we have defined in
will develop some test drivers for those tests. Some test drivers
like:dvd_install.py ,cd_install.py , url_install.py etc.., would have
duplicate code, so how about move the duplicate methods in those test
drivers to lib? We have developed the DVD install test driver:
dvd_install.py, some methods will have to be reused in other test
drivers, so I put them to autoqa/lib/python/guestmanage.py, and the
original dvd_install.py only has less than 200 lines code left. How
about this code structure? or merge guestmanage.py into util.py or
virtguest.py after it works well? You can try the test like:
PYTHONPATH="../../lib/python" python dvd_install.py -i
/work/Fedora-12-i386-DVD.iso -k ks.cfg -a i386
Some methods in autoqa/lib/python/guestmanage.py need to redefine
,delete,add,modify, we can discuss this later. Currently, we just need
to think about the code structure. If you are interested, access to auto
install test at:
----- "James Laska" <jlaska(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-06-09 at 11:18 -0400, James Laska wrote:
> > == TODO ==
> > * [jlaska] find a machine where resultdb may run (it can be VM,
> > publicly
> > accessible preferred)
> > * [jlaska] set up testing instance of autotest-server
> The fedora infrastructure team rocks! We now have our 6 bare metal
> (virt-capable) systems deployed and just about ready for use. In
> addition, the existing QA1 virt guest is being renamed to autoqa.
> Long story short, the configuration is:
> 1. http://autoqa.fedoraproject.org -> routes to
> autoqa.phx2.fedoraproject.org a EL5 virt guest
Wow, great! This is going to be the testing instance or the stable instance?
> 2. qa01.c.fedoraproject.org through qa06.c.fedoraproject.org are
> bare metal test systems intended to do the testing
> Again, kudos to mmcgrath and smooge for setting this up for us.
> autoqa and autotest are packaged for Fedora, we will be responsible
> managing the software and configuration of these systems.
> We are waiting on a networking change to handle step#1 above. I hope
> have more updates soon.
> > * [jskladan, wwoods helping] bodhi hook needs to be tested
> In case folks need to setup autoqa and autotest to try out the
> post-bodhi-update hook ...
> 1. I built an autoqa-0.3.5-pre1 package which is a merge of the
> wwoods and master git branches for testing
> 2. I created yum repos to assist with installing/updating autoqa
> and autotest until it is available in Fedora
> 3. I updated the installation+configuration instructions  
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Install_and_configure_autotest
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Install_and_configure_AutoQA
Thanks, that will surely help. You might be also interested that autotest
0.12.0 is already out.