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From Chiradeep Vittal <>
Subject Re: Nightly tests
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2012 17:48:35 GMT
+1 to this awesomeness.
- where is this test case repo so we can see the 73 tests?
- what is the size of this infrastructure?
- can someone replicate this?

On 11/2/12 5:44 AM, "Prasanna Santhanam" <>

>On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 11:14:18PM +0530, Ahmad Emneina wrote:
>> I'd like to call peoples attention to
>>, what were
>> looking at here is the culmination of some seriously awesome work. In
>> brief, this is an automated setup that deploys the latest cloudstack
>>(in a
>> vm) and provisions 'fresh' hypervisors running on bare metal. Then
>> configures cloudstack and drives the testing! This is all integrated
>> and runs as a jenkins job. The gang responsible for this, Rohit, Edison
>> and Prasanna... managed to scrape time in their lives, between all the
>> code contribution/bug fixing, and got this up and running. Kudos,
>> and a sincere thank you!
>> This is also a call to the community at large to help expand the
>> functional/automated test suites. Have a look in
>> <source_tree>/test/integration/ and peruse the README's.
>(There is a jenkins failure right now that is preventing the results
>from showing in graph. I'm looking into fixing that.)
>The tests now run according to the following schedule:
>KVM - 0030h, 1230h
>Xenserver - 0630h, 1830h
>The setup will configure Advanced Zone with either hypervisor in each
>of its runs.
>Since the module level fixtures are independent of each other. I will
>set them to execute concurrently.  Over the next week - I will add
>more test suites to this setup. Right now it runs 73 tests for build
>Any tests that one checks-in to the repo will be automatically picked
>and run against the environments.
>I'm also writing down more detailed explanation of how this works, the
>scripts, puppet recipes, kickstart files and how we plan on expanding
>it. Hope in the near future we can replicate the same across other
>locations and convert the tests into our own version of the Chaos
>Monkey :)

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