The repository as released provides the exact functionality used by its lead developer for testing a WebRTC application powered by FreeSWITCH and Janus. You can see some examples of the tool in action here and here.
It is meant to be forked as a starting point for others with similar needs.
- Full end user environment through Google Chrome automation.
- Example Selenium tests written in Python.
- VNC access to the server's Xfce windowing environment.
- Simulate different end user network conditions via the PyLTC traffic shaping tool.
- Automated setup of many standard server components (firewall, network, users, etc.).
- Local developemnt of the testing server itself via Vagrant.
Some familiarity with the Salt server configuration tool and shell scripting is required to get the most out of this project.
See INSTALL.md for details.
By default, the tests and supporting code at
salt/salt/custom/tests is installed to
/home/test/tests on all testing servers. The test running scripts discussed
below depend on finding tests in this location, with the naming pattern
[name]_test.py. To add/remove tests of your own, write Salt states that
place your test files in
/home/test/tests -- see
salt/salt/custom/tests/init.sls as an
example of how to do this.
Currently only Python tests are available as examples, but tests in other languages should work fine as well, provided the correct Selenium driver for the language is installed.
From a testing server
pause-test.sh scripts can
be used to run, kill, and pause tests directly from a testing server. They are
executed with one argument, the name of the test to run, leaving off the
_test.py suffix. For example, to run
From the master
script symlinks all scripts in production/scripts to
provide a simple method to manage up to ten testing servers at once, by
executing the individual test management script on multiple test servers. Edit
SERVER_NAME_TEMPLATE variable at the top of each script to match the
naming pattern of the minion IDs on your testing servers, and run the script
without arguments for usage instructions.
- Everything under the salt/salt/custom directory are resources specifically used by the lead developer in their testing environment. They are included in the repository for convenience, and can be used or removed as needed without compromising the overall functionality of the server.
The issue tracker for this project is provided to file bug reports, feature requests, and project tasks -- support requests are not accepted via the issue tracker. For all support-related issues, including configuration, usage, and training, consider hiring a competent consultant.