QA:Testcase biosdevname interface configuration

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|description=This test case verifies that you can configure the network interfaces with the new naming scheme.
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# Boot into a {{FedoraVersion|long|next}} or [[Releases/Rawhide|Rawhide]] kernel.
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# Run the command {{command|system-config-network}} to configure and enable an on-board device such as <code>em1</code>
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# Run the command {{command|system-config-network}} to configure and enable an add-in network device such as <code>pci3#1</code>
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# Run the command {{command|system-config-network}} to configure and enable a SRIOV virtual function network device such as <code>pci3#1_0</code>
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# All attempts to run {{command|system-config-network}} succeed and enable the desired device as expected.  This can be confirmed using the command {{command|ifconfig}} and inspecting the interface configuration files in {{filename|/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-*}}
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# All configured network interfaces are able to pass traffic.
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[[Category:Package biosdevname test cases]]

Latest revision as of 22:49, 22 January 2011


Contents

Description

This test case verifies that you can configure the network interfaces with the new naming scheme.

Setup

  1. Boot into a Fedora 21 or Rawhide kernel.

How to test

  1. Run the command system-config-network to configure and enable an on-board device such as em1
  2. Run the command system-config-network to configure and enable an add-in network device such as pci3#1
  3. Run the command system-config-network to configure and enable a SRIOV virtual function network device such as pci3#1_0

Expected Results

  1. All attempts to run system-config-network succeed and enable the desired device as expected. This can be confirmed using the command ifconfig and inspecting the interface configuration files in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-*
  2. All configured network interfaces are able to pass traffic.