This project contains the functional tests for the StackLight plugins.
It is based on two other projects:
Provision the SQL database for fuel-qa (see the official documentation for the detailed procedure).
Prepare the environment:
cp openrc.default openrc # Edit the openrc file as needed . openrc # You can also pass a MOS version (default is 9.0 it not specified) . openrc 7.0 ./utils/fuel-qa-builder/prepare_env.sh
Activate the Python virtual environment:
If you want to run UI test in headless mode, install these packages:
sudo apt-get install xvfb firefox -y
Run the tests:
./utils/jenkins/system_tests.sh -k -K -j fuelweb_test -t test -w $(pwd) -o --group=<your_test_group_to_run>
The test cases include comments that can be turned into human-readable documentation:
The generated documentation is available at
If you would like to contribute to the development of this plugin, you must follow the OpenStack development workflow instructions.
Patch reviews take place on the OpenStack Gerrit system.
toxbefore submitting a review. You can change MOS version depending on what argument you specified earlier (default is mos9)
VERSION=mos7 MOS_VERSION=7.0 tox VERSION=mos9 MOS_VERSION=9.1 tox
- Declare test groups using the @test decorator (see the Proboscis documentation for details)
@test(groups=["<full_unique_name_of_test>", "<test_method_purpose>", "<plugin_name>", "<test_category>"])
@test(groups=["install_influxdb_grafana", "install", "influxdb_grafana", "smoke"]) def install_influxdb_grafana(): ....
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