Test Day:2009-05-07 Virtualization

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| Thu May 7, 2009 || From ''08:00'' to ''21:00'' UTC (4am -> 5pm EDT) || [irc://irc.freenode.net/fedora-qa #fedora-qa])
| Thu May 7, 2009 || All Day || [irc://irc.freenode.net/fedora-qa #fedora-qa])

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Thu May 7, 2009 All Day #fedora-qa)


What to test?

Today's installment of Fedora Test Day will focus on widespread testing of Fedora Virtualization in general, with a particular emphasis on some:

Who's available

The following cast of characters will be available testing, workarounds, bug fixes, and general discussion ...

Prerequisite for Test Day

You will primarily be concerned with testing Fedora 11 as a virtualization host. You will need:

  • A fully updated F11 rawhide machine.
  • Hardware virtualization support (e.g. Intel VT or AMD-V). If not, you can still help with testing QEMU support.
  • Intel VT-d or AMD IOMMU support if you are testing device assignment.
  • At least one guest image installed before the test day.
  • Up to 10-20Gb free disk space. Guest images take up a lot of space.
  • DVD ISOs downloaded for Fedora 8 (for kvm-autotest) and the F11 Preview Release (for testing F11 guest installs)

How to test?

Jump on IRC, pick some areas to test from the table below, add yourself to the table and file bugs as you see them.

Coming soon ...
Stay tuned for test cases for each of the test areas.
Test Area Comments Testers Required Estimated Time Testers Status
Device Assignment Requires specific hardware (i.e. VT-d) 2 2 hours Mark McLoughlin Not started
sVirt Some familiarity with SELinux would help 4 2 hours Dan Walsh, Martin Koci Not started
VNC Authentication SASL authentication in VNC qemu server; several auth methods need testing 2 2 hours Dan Berrange Not started
Graphical Console F11 guests should have 1024x768 and absolute pointer by default 2 30 minutes Rich Jones Not started
KVM Test Suite We want to have kvm-autotest run on as many different hardware profiles as possible 10 30 minutes Mike Burns Not started
libvirt Basic libvirt acceptance testing 4 30 minutes Dan Berrange, Rich Jones Not started
virt-install Guest installs from command line 2 2 hours Cole Robinson Not started
virt-manager Broad coverage of all virt-manager functionality 4 4 hours Cole Robinson Not started
Guest Installs F10, F11, RHEL 3/4/5 and Windows installs 4 2 hours Not started
Device Hotplug Testing both hotplug UI and underlying KVM/QEMU support 2 2 hour Marcelo Tosatti Not started
SMP and CPU Hotplug Testing basic SMP support; also CPU hotplug from UI 2 2 hours Glauber Costa Not started
Save/Restore/Migrate Remote migration needs a second machine, basic testing possible without this 2 2 hours Glauber Costa Not started
Suspend/Resume/Shutdown/Reboot Important to test with different Guest OSes 2 2 hours Marcelo Tosatti Not started
Console Including graphical/serial, scaling, fullscreen, grabs, keymaps 4 2 hours Dan Berrange Not started
Networking Different host network configurations, different NICs 2 2 hours Mark McLoughlin Not started
Storage Different storage pools, image formats, virtio/ide/scsi, caching modes 2 4 hours Dan Berrange Not started
Xen DomU Need to ensure that F11 works well as a Xen guest 2 2 hours Chris Lalancette Not started