[Fuego] [PATCH] Fuego Release Test Repository

Guilherme Camargo guicc at profusion.mobi
Tue Feb 20 02:31:53 UTC 2018


On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 10:12 PM, <Tim.Bird at sony.com> wrote:

> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Tim.Bird
>
> > > -----Original Message-----
> > > From: Guilherme Campos Camargo
> > > Hello, everyone
> > >
> > > This repository
> > What repository?  https://bitbucket.org/profusionmobi/fuego?
> >
> > I see a repository on bitbucket, under profusionmobi, called
> > 'fuego-release-test'?  Is that the one?  I can find no mention
> > of the repository below...
> >
> > I presume I clone something, then run build_and_run.sh?
> > Do I need to have any fuego materials pre-installed?
> > (the 'driving' fuego?)
>
> I have several instances of Fuego available on my machine, but I wasn't
> sure if one of these was supposed to be running when I ran
> build_and_run.sh.
>

​You shouldn't need to have any of them running. fuego-release-test should
work standalone.

>
> I did this:
>
> $ git clone https://bitbucket.org/profusionmobi/fuego-release-test
> $ cd fuego-release-test
> $ ./build_and_run.sh -p 8080 up
> Error: no such container: fuego-rt-container
>
> ----
> Am I supposed to have a container named 'fuego-rt-container'?
>
> I see other command line options:
>   -c to start from scratch
>   -d to run in detached mode
>
> Should I be using these?
>

​
​Sorry, Tim. As I explained in my last e-mail, just use

$./build_and_run.sh -c -p 8080 up​

​There's a bug that's requiring -c on the first time - to create the
container.​


> What is the meaning of 'up' and 'down'.  Sorry, but I'm confused
> about how this works.
>

'up' would create the container (if not already present), then start it.
'down' would just 'stop' the container.

A user would then be able to restart by running './build_and_run.sh up'
again,
or 'start from scratch' (erasing all saved data/logs/test results) by using
'./build_and_run -c up'.


>
> Please help.
>  -- Tim
>
>
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