[openstack-dev] [cinder][all] Integration python-*client tests on gates
e0ne at e0ne.info
Mon Feb 15 19:48:50 UTC 2016
I'll talk mostly about python-cinderclient but the same question could be
related for other clients.
Now, for python-cinderclient we've got to kinds for functional/integrated
1) gate-cinderclient-dsvm-functional - a very limited (for now) set of
functional tests, most of them were part of tempest CLI tests in the past.
2) gate-tempest-dsvm-neutron-src-python-cinderclient - if I understand
right, the idea os this job was to have integrated tests to test
cinderclient with other projects to verify that new patch to
python-cinderclietn won't break any other project.
But it does *not* test cinderclient at all, except few attach-related tests
because Tempest doesn't use python-*client.
The same job was added for python-heatclient but was removed because
devstack didn't install Heat for that job .
We agreed  to remove this job from cinderclient gates too, once
functional or integration tests will be implemented.
There is a proposal to python-cinderclient tests to implement some
cross-project testing to make sure, that new python-cinderclient won't
break any of existing project who use it.
After discussing in IRC with John Griffith (jgriffith) I'm realized that it
could be an cross-project initiative in such kind of integration tests.
OpenStack Client (OSC) could cover some part of such tests, but does it
mean that we'll run OSC tests on every patch to python-*client? We can run
only cinder-realated OSC tests on our gates to verify that it doesn't
breack OSC and, may be other project.
The other option, is to implement tests like  per project basis and call
it "integration". Such tests could cover more cases than OSC functional
tests and have more project-related test cases, e.g.: test some
python-cinderclient specific corner cases, which is not related to OSC.
IMO, It would be good to have some cross-project decision on how will be
implement clients' integration tests per project.
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