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From Min Chen <>
Subject Re: Object based Secondary storage.
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2013 16:55:26 GMT
HI Tom,

	You can file JIRA ticket for object_store branch by prefixing your bug
with "Object_Store_Refactor" and mentioning that it is using build from
object_store. Here is an example bug filed from Sangeetha against
object_store branch build:
	If you use devcloud for testing, you may run into an issue where ssvm
cannot access public url when you register a template, so register
template will fail. You may have to set up internal web server inside
devcloud and post template to be registered there to give a URL that
devcloud can access. We mainly used devcloud to run our TestNG automation
test earlier, and then switched to real hypervisor for real testing.

On 6/14/13 1:46 AM, "Thomas O'Dowd" <> wrote:

>I've got devcloud running along with the object_store branch and I've
>finally been able to test a bit today.
>I found some issues (or things that I think are bugs) and would like to
>file a few issues. I know where the bug database is and I have an
>account but what is the best way to file bugs against this particular
>branch? I guess I can select "Future" as the version? What other way are
>feature branches usually identified in issues? Perhaps in the subject?
>Please let me know the preference.
>Also, can you describe (or point me at a document) what the best way to
>test against the object_store branch is? So far I have been doing the
>following but I'm not sure it is the best?
> a) setup devcloud.
> b) stop any instances on devcloud from previous runs
>      xe vm-shutdown --multiple
> c) check out and update the object_store branch.
> d) clean build as described in devcloud doc (ADIDD for short)
> e) deploydb (ADIDD)
> f) start management console (ADIDD) and wait for it.
> g) deploysvr (ADIDD) in another shell.
> h) on devcloud machine use xentop to wait for 2 vms to launch.
>    (I'm not sure what the nfs vm is used for here??)
> i) login on gui -> infra -> secondary and remove nfs secondary storage
> j) add s3 secondary storage (using cache of old secondary storage?)
>Then rest of testing starts from here... (and also perhaps in step j)
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