[Fedora QA] #59: Proposed Test Day - StorageFiltering

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Tue Apr 20 20:34:14 UTC 2010


#59: Proposed Test Day - StorageFiltering
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  Reporter:  rhe       |       Owner:  rhe      
      Type:  task      |      Status:  new      
  Priority:  major     |   Milestone:  Fedora 13
 Component:  Test Day  |     Version:           
Resolution:            |    Keywords:           
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Comment (by jlaska):

 Replying to [comment:7 rhe]:
 > >  * I like the BIOS raid test, I believe this is the same as
 [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Anaconda_partitioning_dmraid_rootfs
 QA:Testcase_Anaconda_partitioning_dmraid_rootfs].  Can we replace the old
 one with your new test?
 >
 > Done.

 Sorry I wasn't clear.  I meant to say that I like your test case
 (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Install_to_BIOS_RAID), and
 that we should replace the old one with your new test case.  But either
 way works fine, just so there is little duplication.  I'd like to consider
 your approach for F-14 to reduce the number of RAID tests needed in the
 matrix.

 > >  * iSCSI - The
 [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Anaconda_ISCSI_No_Authentication
 QA:Testcase_Anaconda_ISCSI_No_Authentication] is available and taken from
 the previous iscsi test plan if you wish to use this.  We can adapt it to
 include iBFT testing as well.
 > I've updated this case but I don't know how to configure iBFT at client,
 so I didn't describe it in details.

 Thanks.  I've made some additional updates, as well as created a test for
 the iSCSI boot support test (aka iBFT).  I updated the test day wiki with
 the new test.
  *
 [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_Anaconda_ISCSI_No_Authentication
 QA:Testcase_Anaconda_ISCSI_No_Authentication]
  * [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA:Testcase_install_to_iSCSI_using_iBFT
 QA:Testcase_install_to_iSCSI_using_iBFT]
 > >  * FCoE - Do we know how to identify whether you have FCoE capable
 hardware?
 >
 > The network interface connected to FCoE switch is displayed
 automatically in 'Configure FCoE Parameters' screen after clicking 'Add
 Drive' button? I'm not sure about it.

 I don't have any test experience with FCoE.  Maybe jwrdegoede can help
 (cc'd)?

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