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What to test?
Today's installment of Fedora Test Day will focus on Virtualization in Fedora 18. Test cases will cover basic virtualization functionality, as well as tests for new features in Fedora 18.
The following cast of characters will be available testing, workarounds, bug fixes, and general discussion ...
- Development / general help - Daniel Berrange (danpb on FreeNode)
- Development / general help - Richard W.M. Jones (rwmjones on FreeNode)
- Development / general help - Cole Robinson (crobinso on FreeNode)
What's needed to test
- A fully updated Fedora 18 Beta machine.
- Hardware virtualization support (e.g. Intel VT or AMD-V) (see How_to_debug_Virtualization_problems#Is_My_Guest_Using_KVM.3F Is My Guest Using KVM?). If unavailable, you can still help with testing QEMU support.
- At least one guest image installed before the test day (suggested reading - Virtualization_Quick_Start)
- Up to 10-20Gb free disk space. Guest images take up a lot of space.
Areas to test
News tests and features
FIXME: test cases coming soon
Previous test cases
Some test cases used in previous test days. Still useful to test for regressions!
- QA:Testcase Live Migration using libvirt/virsh
- QA:Testcase Offline (paused) Migration using libvirt/virsh
- QA:Testcase Virtualization Check SPICE password support
- QA:Testcase Virtualization Manually set spice listening port with TLS port set
- QA:Testcase Virtualization Setting up a VM with Spice
- QA:Testcase Virtualization Spice listen on all public network interfaces
- QA:Testcase Virtualization libvirt create a logical pool
- QA:Testcase Virtualization libvirt save and restore with svirt
- QA:Testcase Virtualization libvirt set guest memory
- QA:Testcase Virtualization Attach/Detach a SCSI device to guest
- QA:Testcase Virtualization Hotplug USB device to guest
— libguestfs, image inspection, virt tools, V2V, P2V (you will need at least one guest to test this)
- GuestOS compatibility
— test installation of as many different guest operating system as as possible. (You will need a KVM bare metal host & lots of disk space)