Petr Šplíchal | 14 Jun 13:34 2011
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rhts-wizard: cvs add support, moved & renamed

Hi!

The time has come to clean up some obsolete naming, so rhts-wizard
has been renamed to beaker-wizard to reflect the move to Beaker.
The documentation has moved to the Fedora hosted wiki:

    https://fedorahosted.org/beaker/wiki/BeakerWizard

You will find there the fresh links for the git repo and filing
bugs. There are about 12 bug fixes in the fresh wizard and I
guess at least one of them will interest most of you:

    beaker-wizard -g

which will add new created directories and files to CVS for you.
No more cvs add, cd, cvs add, cd, cvs add... There's included also
fix for the updated Bugzilla API which fixes recent tracebacks.

The fresh version should appear in the rhts-devel package soon. If
you're impatient pull the latest code directly from git [1]. Enjoy!

psss...

[1] http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=rhts.git;a=blob;f=bin/beaker-wizard;hb=HEAD

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Petr Šplíchal
Quality Assurance Engineer
BaseOS QE - Applications & Development

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Petr Šplíchal | 14 Jun 16:42 2011
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Yum Repo Setup on Wiki

Hi!

I was not able to find any info about Beaker yum repo on wiki, so
I've created a new page with at least some brief instructions.
Hope this will be helpful to others. 

    https://fedorahosted.org/beaker/wiki/Packages

I've noticed that clicking on the Beaker logo which should point
to the project home page links to fedora hosted root instead.
Could someone with admin privileges update the URL in Settings?

psss...

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Petr Šplíchal
Quality Assurance Engineer
BaseOS QE - Applications & Development

Raymond Mancy | 15 Jun 05:27 2011
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Re: Yum Repo Setup on Wiki


----- Original Message -----
> From: "Petr Šplíchal" <psplicha <at> redhat.com>
> To: beaker-devel <at> lists.fedorahosted.org
> Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 12:42:35 AM
> Subject: [Beaker-devel] Yum Repo Setup on Wiki
> Hi!
> 
> I was not able to find any info about Beaker yum repo on wiki, so
> I've created a new page with at least some brief instructions.
> Hope this will be helpful to others.
> 
> https://fedorahosted.org/beaker/wiki/Packages
> 
> I've noticed that clicking on the Beaker logo which should point
> to the project home page links to fedora hosted root instead.
> Could someone with admin privileges update the URL in Settings?
> 

Thanks Petr, this has been fixed

> psss...
> 
> --
> Petr Šplíchal
> Quality Assurance Engineer
> BaseOS QE - Applications & Development
> _______________________________________________
> Beaker-devel mailing list
> Beaker-devel <at> lists.fedorahosted.org
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Alexander Todorov | 21 Jun 22:09 2011
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Power cycle of machine and re-install

Hi folks,
when the scheduler selects to run a test case onto a system the system is first 
rebooted and directed to netboot to install a fresh OS and then run the 
specified test cases.

How does the process work in terms of files/code? I.e. where in the code of 
Beaker it reboots the system, tells Cobbler to prepare the netboot configuration 
and so on (if I'm on the right track).

Can you point me in the right direction to look?

Thanks,
Alexander.

Bill Peck | 21 Jun 22:59 2011
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Re: Power cycle of machine and re-install

On 06/21/2011 04:09 PM, Alexander Todorov wrote:
> Hi folks,
> when the scheduler selects to run a test case onto a system the system is first
> rebooted and directed to netboot to install a fresh OS and then run the
> specified test cases.
>
> How does the process work in terms of files/code? I.e. where in the code of
> Beaker it reboots the system, tells Cobbler to prepare the netboot configuration
> and so on (if I'm on the right track).
>
> Can you point me in the right direction to look?
>
> Thanks,
> Alexander.
> _______________________________________________
> Beaker-devel mailing list
> Beaker-devel <at> lists.fedorahosted.org
> https://fedorahosted.org/mailman/listinfo/beaker-devel

The methods are abstracted under the System class.

look for the following in model.py:

     def remote(self):
         class CobblerAPI:

The actual work is done from:

system.action_provision()

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Lucas Meneghel Rodrigues | 23 Jun 18:58 2011
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Autotest 0.13.0 released!

After months of development, we are proud to announce a new release of
autotest, 0.13.0.

What is autotest?

Autotest is a framework for fully automated testing. It is designed
primarily to test the Linux kernel, though it is useful for many other
purposes such as qualifying new hardware, virtualization testing and
general user space program testing under linux platforms. It's an
open-source project under the GPL and is used and developed by a number
of organizations, including Google, IBM, Red Hat, and many others. You
can see results of kernel test runs on

http://test.kernel.org/tko/

Release repository:

http://test.kernel.org/releases/0.13.0/

Release notes:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/Release0.13.0

Autotest project main page:

http://autotest.kernel.org/

Want to hack on autotest? Please refer to:

http://autotest.kernel.org/wiki/DownloadSource
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Alexander Todorov | 24 Jun 11:08 2011
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Multihost

Hi folks,
where did multihost workflow go?


Gmane