[openstack-dev] [ironic][tests] approach to functional/integration tests
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Mon Jan 11 15:41:45 UTC 2016
I personally like Option #1 as an additional goal is to make it easy for
developers to also run the functional tests with 'tox -efunctional'. And
also run the functional tests as part of a normal tox run.
On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 6:54 AM, Serge Kovaleff <skovaleff at mirantis.com>
> Option 3 - to concentrate on Tempest tests
> Serge Kovaleff
> cell: +38 (063) 83-155-70
> On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 4:49 PM, Serge Kovaleff <skovaleff at mirantis.com>
>> Hi All,
>> Last week I had a noble goal to write "one-more" functional test in
>> I did find a folder "func" but it was empty.
>> Friends helped me to find a WIP patch
>> and here comes the question of this email: what approach we would like to
>> Option 1 - write infrastructure code that starts/configure/stops the
>> Option 2 - rely on installed DevStack and run the tests over it
>> Both options have their Cons and Pros. Both options are implemented
>> across the OpenStack umbrella.
>> Option 1 - Glance, Nova, the patch above
>> Option 2 - HEAT and my favorite at the moment.
>> Any ideas?
>> Serge Kovaleff
>> cell: +38 (063) 83-155-70
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