[Fuego] [PATCH v2] Functional.lava: add a new testsuite to do remote lava test
liuwl.fnst at cn.fujitsu.com
Mon Dec 17 02:14:46 UTC 2018
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> Subject: Re: [Fuego] [PATCH v2] Functional.lava: add a new testsuite to
> do remote lava test
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Li Xiaoming
> > Using AGL LAVA CI tool "releng-scripts" to generate/customize lava
> > test yaml file and use lava-tool to submit LAVA job, get test results.
> > It's easy for you to add your own board/test template to this test as
> > an extension.
> > But you should keep in mind that this test can only test those tools
> > that already exist on the targets.
> > If you want to test those artifacts built within Fuego, other methods
> > should be considered.
> Just as a note here, please see http://fuegotest.org/wiki/Target_Packages
> This is a new feature that builds a binary package of the materials that
> Fuego would normally deploy to the board. I think that maybe we can work
> out a mechanism to distribute a target package with the lava job, so that
> any Fuego test can be run by LAVA. (Well, at least those that can
> successfully make target packages - there are some issues that might cause
> See the section "Outstanding work" on the Target Packages wiki page for
> This current patch is useful as is, but the Target Packages feature might
> be a way to move forward with additional functionality.
I have filed some patches for LAVA to add the support to run tests from tar/url, and it works well in my testing lab（not yet submitted）.
With the Target Packages feature in Fuego, we have more possibilities for Fuego and LAVA integration.
About tests from tar/url in LAVA, I will submit a merge request there later and hope it can be merged successfully.
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