On Fri, Mar 17, 2017, at 11:00 PM, Dusty Mabe wrote:
Yes! we would love a UEFI test
Yes; conceptually most of the important scenarios we run through
for Workstation/Server (e.g. dm-crypt versus not) we should also
do for Atomic Host.
Adam, where is the git containing the input test suite for OpenQA?
and I think it would actually be good
to run the atomic-host-tests against these images assuming openQA is
the right tool for that job.
This part I don't quite agree with - remember the cloud images are
built with the installer ISO, and *those* are tested already with a-h-t.
There's going to be very little that's specific to the ISO path versus
the cloud image - which is part of the whole idea of sharing the
same exact ostree commit across them.
I thought openQA was more for interactive
It does do more than that - however I see it as mostly valuable for testing
interactive Anaconda runs with the OpenCV approach.
IMO OpenQA's use of OpenCV is less interesting for testing
bits, as is the case for Atomic Host. (We do of course have Cockpit
and the OpenShift web console, but both of those use Selenium already)