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== Inasnum - Fedora package sanity checker ==
 
== Inasnum - Fedora package sanity checker ==
  
* '''prepare phase''' - failure terminates test
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See: http://fedorahosted.org/inasnum
  * server prepares a job
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    * gets new packages list for an pending advisory (e.g. [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/F9/FEDORA-2008-6415 FEDORA-2008-6415] - [http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=55526 drupal-6.3-1.fc9]) using [https://fedorahosted.org/bodhi/ Bodhi] and [https://fedorahosted.org/koji/ Koji]
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    * creates ''repo_advisory'' with packages from the advisory (from Koji)
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    * creates ''new_advisory.list'' file with `N E V R A` of the packages from the advisory
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    * creates ''new_src_advisory.list'' file with `N E V R A` of the source package(s) from the advisory
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  * updates ''repo_update'' - just mirror of oficial Fedora Updates repo
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  * server creates a LVM snapshot where the clinet will be stared
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  * client boots up and updates itself from the ''repo_update'' repo
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* '''test phase'''
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  * client queries a job from server, do the test with packages from the ''repo_advisory'' repo
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      * all new packages installable/updatable?
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      * no rpm verification issues or only whitelisted ones?
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      * are these packages rebuidable?
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      * no file-conflicts?
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      * ...
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    * report results to the server
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* '''clean up phase'''
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  * server destroys test system, delete its snapshot partition
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== rpmfluff ==
 
== rpmfluff ==

Revision as of 10:54, 16 September 2008

Jan Hutař

jhutar@redhat.com

Red Hat Czech - QA engineer

Inasnum - Fedora package sanity checker

See: http://fedorahosted.org/inasnum

rpmfluff

rpmfluff is a lightweight way of building RPMs, and sabotaging them so they are broken in controlled ways.

It is intended for use when testing RPM-testers e.g. rpmlint and writing test cases for RPM tools e.g. yum

See: https://fedorahosted.org/rpmfluff