|Thursday Apr 08, 2010||All day||#fedora-test-day (webchat)|
What to test?
This part of today's Fedora Test Day will focus on testing PXE booting guests.
Testing will focus on ensuring that the switch from etherboot to gPXE has not introduced any regressions.
If you come to this page after the test day is completed, your testing is still valuable, and you can use the information on this page to test gPXE and provide feedback.
Justin Forbes is your host for today.
The following people have also agreed to be available for testing, workarounds, bug fixes, and general discussion:
- Juan Quintela
- add your name here
What's needed to test
- A fully updated Fedora 13 testing machine. See instructions on the main test day page.
- A PXE boot server.
If you have a PXE boot server available, testing gPXE is pretty straightforward:
- Make sure the guest can access the network which the PXE server is on, e.g. by configuring a bridge.
- Define a guest which which will PXE boot from that network:
- $> cat > netboot.xml <<EOF
- <domain type='kvm'>
- <type arch='x86_64' machine='pc'>hvm</type>
- <boot dev='network'/>
- <interface type='bridge'>
- <source bridge='br0'/>
- <model type='virtio'/>
- <graphics type='vnc'/>
- $> virsh define netboot.xml
- $> virsh start netboot
- $> virt-viewer netboot
- Confirm that the guest has obtained a DHCP address and download the appropriate files via TFTP
- Report any issues found
Issues that were identified