Ticket #48 (closed task: fixed)
NFSv4 Test Day
|Reported by:||jlaska||Owned by:||jlaska|
|Keywords:||Cc:||caiqian@…, steved@…, rhe|
On Mon, 2010-01-18 at 11:06 -0500, caiqian@… wrote:
I'd recommend next Tuesday (1/26), next Thursday (1/28), or any
Tuesday/Thursday? after. This will be influenced by the amount of prep work needed (see next step).
Next Tuesday will be working for me. Steve, are you able to be online at that date to provide helps if necessary?
Step#3 - Create the Wiki page
This should help you think about what needs testing, and perhaps designing the tests in such a way that might be helpful for a distributed testers to attack. I'm not thinking of any good distributed test scenarios for NFS, but I'm also not aware of the testing involved.If you can start with a outline of what testing you'd like to see covered, we might be able to get a better sense for how to make it a good fit for a Fedora test event.
I will be create a wiki page for it. I have not looked them in details yet. Overall, we will be running some automated NFS tests like,
- connectathon - git://fedorapeople.org/~steved/cthon04
- new server test that - git://linux-nfs.org/~iisaman/pynfs.git
Does it sound like a good fit for a test day?
It's not something I'd envision a strong level of community participation on. Mainly, since Fedora QA doesn't have a lot of experience/skill in this technical area. That said ... I'm sure there are communities that might be interested in participating? So, some questions to help explore our options ...
- What external customers/communities should we solicit for attendance?
- What is required to participate?
- What distro? F12, Rawhide, other?
- Installed system or Live image?
- System requirements (single system or multiple)?
- Can a virtual lab be used?
- What test feedback is needed?
- Is there a hardware-specific component where community contributor feedback would be helpful (i.e. like xorg-x11-drv-* test days where testers all have different hardware?)
- Is there software-specific components where community feedback is needed? (for example, running tests against different versions of nfs (client+server), or across F-12, F-11 and rawhide)?