QA:Testcase Shared Network Interface Define Undefine Interface

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Actions:

1. save the config file of eth0

 # cp /etc/sysconfig/network-scritps/ifcfg-eth0 /tmp

2. save the output of "iface-edit eth0" as eth0.xml

3. undefine eth0

  # virsh iface-undefine eth0

4. check if the config file of eth0 exist.

  # ls -l /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0

5. check if eth0 has IP address via ifconfig

  # /sbin/ifconfig

6. check if eth0 is still defined

  # virsh iface-list --all

7. check if the network if good

  # ping google.com
  # ping 10.66.70.?

8. restore eth0, using the xml file we saved at step 1.

  # virsh iface-define eth0.xml

9. check if the config file of eth0 exist.

  # ls -l /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0

10. check if eth0 is still defined

  # virsh iface-list --all

11. if step 10 passed, start eth0

  # virsh iface-start eth0

12. check if eth0 has IP address via ifconfig

  # /sbin/ifconfig

13. check if the network is good

  # ping google.com
  # ping 10.66.70.?

14. loop upper steps with passing MAC address but not interface name to "iface-define", and "iface-undefine".

15. loop upper steps on all other physical network interaces. step 7 and step 13 should be skipped on loopback device.


Expected Results:

Step 4:

       not exist

Step 5:

       no IP address

Step 6:

        not defined

Step 7:

        not good

Step 8:

        successfully restored.

Step 9:

        exist

Step 10:

        is defined

Step 11:

        successfully started

Step 12:

         has IP address

Step 13:

         good