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Remove references to run_dtests.py in the README
Authored by Matt Fleming; reviewed by Michael Semb Wever and Ekaterina Dimitrova for CASSANDRA-16623
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mfleming authored and ekaterinadimitrova2 committed Apr 22, 2021
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@@ -52,12 +52,9 @@ path to success as it provides common base setup across various configurations.
Usage
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The tests are executed by the pytest framework. For convenience, a wrapper ``run_dtests.py``
is included with the intent to make starting execution of the dtests with sane defaults as easy
as possible. Most users will most likely find that invoking the tests directly using ``pytest``
ultimately works the best and provides the most flexibility.

Pytest has a great [Usage and Invocations](https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/usage.html) document which is a great place to start for basic invocation options when using pytest.
The tests are executed by the pytest framework which includes a helpful [Usage and
Invocations](https://docs.pytest.org/en/latest/usage.html) document which is a great place to start
for basic invocation options when using pytest.

At minimum,

@@ -84,11 +81,6 @@ environment variable (that still will have precedence if given though).
Existing tests are probably the best place to start to look at how to write
tests.

The ``run_dtests.py`` included script is simply a wrapper to make starting the dtests
with sane defaults as simple as possible. If you just want to run the tests and do nothing more,
this is most likely the most easy place to start; however, anyone attempting to do active development
and testing will find invoking pytest directly to be likely the best option.

Each test spawns a new fresh cluster and tears it down after the test. If a
test fails, the logs for the node are saved in a `logs/<timestamp>` directory
for analysis (it's not perfect but has been good enough so far, I'm open to

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