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README
Running the Distributed Test Harness

-- Pre-Flight Checks --

  Running the system tests requiers at least two hosts: a "Test Driver" and at
  least one (or more) test target systems.
  
  System Under Test
  - You will need at least one System Under Test (SUT) host, physical or virtual.
  - The SUT will need a propery configured network and DNS or hosts file.
  - On the SUT, you must configure pass through ssh auth for the root user.
  - The SUT must have the "ntpdate" binary installed
  - The SUT must have the "curl" binary installed
  - FOSS install: you must have git, ruby, rdoc installed on your SUT. 
  - PE install: PE will install git, ruby, rdoc.

  Test Driver
  - The harness need not be ran as root.
  - The Test Driver must have ruby (1.8.7+) installed, inclduing the following ruby gems:
      rubygems
      net-ssh 
      net-scp
      systemu


Prepare a config file.  The test harness is configuration driven; the config file 
is yaml formated.  The manner on installation and configuration will be affected 
by the config file; this is especially true when running PE.

  HOSTS:
    ubuntu-1004-64:
      roles:
        - master
        - agent
        - dashboard
      platform: ubuntu-10.04-amd64
    ubuntu-1004-32:
      roles:
        - agent
      platform: ubuntu-10.04-i386
  CONFIG:
    consoleport: 443


Here we have the machine "ubuntu-1004-64", a 64 bit Ubuntu box, serving as Puppet Master,
Dashboard, and Agent.  The host "ubuntu-1004-32"i, a 32-bit Ubunutu node, will be a 
Puppet Agent only.  The Dashboard will be configured to run HTTPS on port 443.

You can setup a very different test scenario by simply re-arranging the "roles":

  HOSTS:
    ubuntu-1004-64:
      roles:
        - dashboard
        - agent
      platform: ubuntu-10.04-amd64
    ubuntu-1004-32:
      roles:
        - master
        - agent
      platform: ubuntu-10.04-i386
  CONFIG:
    consoleport: 443

A comprehensive list of all supported plaforms and config settings can be found in:
cfg_examples/all-platforms.cfg


-- RUNNING THE HARNESS --

Puppet FOSS Acceptance tests are stored their respective Puppet repositry, so
you must check out the tests first, then the harness, as such:

# checkout the tests
git://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet.git
cd puppet
# checkout the harness
git clone git://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet-acceptance.git
cd puppet-acceptance
ln -s ../acceptance acceptance-tests

./systest.rb --vmrun soko -c ci/ci-${platform}.cfg --type git -p origin/2.6rc -f 1.5.8 -t acceptance-tests/tests --no-color --xml --debug --rvm $ruby_versions


./systest.rb -c your_cfg --debug --type git -p 2.6.next  -f 1.5.8 -t path-to-your-tests 

path-to-test:
If you are testing on FOSS, the test for each branch can be found in the puppet repo under acceptance/tests

Special topic branch checkout with a targeted test:
./systest.rb -c your_cfg --type git -p https://github.com/SomeDude/puppet/tree/ticket/2.6.next/6856-dangling-symlinks -f 1.5.8 -t tests/acceptance/ticket_6856_manage_not_work_with_symlinks.rb


Running PE Tests:

When performing a PE install, systest expects to find PE tarballs and a LATEST file in /opt/enterprise/dists; the LATEST file
indicated the version string of the most recent tarball.

$ [topo@gigio ]$ cat /opt/enterprise/dists/LATEST 
2.0.0

$ [topo@gigio ]$ ls -1 /opt/enterprise/dists
LATEST
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-debian-5-amd64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-debian-5-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-debian-6-amd64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-debian-6-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-el-4-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-el-4-x86_64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-el-5-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-el-5-x86_64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-el-6-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-el-6-x86_64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-sles-11-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-sles-11-x86_64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-solaris-10-i386.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-solaris-10-sparc.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-ubuntu-10.04-amd64.tar.gz
puppet-enterprise-2.0.0-ubuntu-10.04-i386.tar.gz


PE Acceptance tests are stored in their own repositry, so we must check out the tests first, then the harness, as such:

# checkout the tests
git clone git@github.com:puppetlabs/pe_acceptance_tests.git
cd pe_acceptance_tests
# checkout the harness
git clone git@github.com:puppetlabs/puppet-acceptance.git
cd puppet-acceptance
# symlink back the tests repo
ln -s ../acceptance acceptance-tests

# Run the tests
./systest.rb -c your_config.cfg --type pe -t acceptance-tests/tests --debug
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