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= KVM-Autotest =
 
= KVM-Autotest =
  
The KVM-Autotest system is a client test for the [http://autotest.kernel.org/ autotest] framework. Its main purpose is to serve as an automated regression testing tool for KVM developers, as well as a means for users to verify the stability of a KVM release before using it.
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KVM autotest and virt-test are the former names of a set of virtualization tests that include KVM and other virtualization backends on Linux platforms. Now the project is known as Avocado and Avocado-VT.
  
* [[KVM-Autotest/Getting Started|Getting Started with KVM testing]] - How to get your first tests up and running.
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== Avocado and Avocado-VT ==
* [[KVM-Autotest/Contributing|Hacking on KVM autotest]] - Guidance on how to write new tests.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/Test Config File|The test configuration file format]] - How to work with the framework configuration file format.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/Parameters|Framework parameters]] - Lists and explains the parameters used by the framework.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/Tests|KVM subtest reference]] - Lists the available tests, their parameters and discusses briefly the available API.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/Steps|Working with step files]] - Background on step files, usage information for Stepmaker and Stepeditor and step file creation tips.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/AddNewGuests|Adding New Guests]] - Adding new Operating systems for guest install, to contribute upstream or use on your internal testing.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/BuildAuxIsos|Build isos to support testing]] - How to create ISOS to help you with testing.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/ControlFile|Control File options]] - How to handle the KVM test control file
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These are the current community projects that have come from a long heritage, including virt-test and KVM-Autotest.
  
* [[KVM-Autotest/TODO|TODO]] - TODO list, for those interested in helping.
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Avocado is a generic testing framework, while Avocado-VT adds support for Virtualization testing (a continuation of virt-test).
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To get started with Avocado-VT please visit:
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http://avocado-vt.readthedocs.io
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https://github.com/avocado-framework/avocado-vt
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To learn more about Avocado please visit:
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http://avocado-framework.readthedocs.io
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https://github.com/avocado-framework/avocado
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Latest revision as of 19:58, 27 June 2016

KVM-Autotest

KVM autotest and virt-test are the former names of a set of virtualization tests that include KVM and other virtualization backends on Linux platforms. Now the project is known as Avocado and Avocado-VT.

Avocado and Avocado-VT

These are the current community projects that have come from a long heritage, including virt-test and KVM-Autotest.

Avocado is a generic testing framework, while Avocado-VT adds support for Virtualization testing (a continuation of virt-test).

To get started with Avocado-VT please visit:

http://avocado-vt.readthedocs.io

https://github.com/avocado-framework/avocado-vt


To learn more about Avocado please visit:

http://avocado-framework.readthedocs.io

https://github.com/avocado-framework/avocado