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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, and for doing regular automated testing of KVM (provided you use it with the server testing infrastructure).
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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/Test Config File|The test configuration file format]] - How to work with the framework configuration file format.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/Tests|KVM subtest reference]] - Brief overview of the available test API.
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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/Contributing|Contribute to KVM autotest]] - Guidance on how to submit patches.
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* [[KVM-Autotest/Parameters|Framework parameters]] - Lists and explains the parameters used by the framework.
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Avocado is a generic testing framework, while Avocado-VT adds support for Virtualization testing (a continuation of virt-test).
  
* [[KVM-Autotest/AddNewGuests|Adding New Step files]] - The default install mode for most guests now is the unattended install, but for some guests, we might need to use step based install. This explains how to do so.
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To get started with Avocado-VT please visit:
  
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http://avocado-vt.readthedocs.io
  
* [[KVM-Autotest/TODO|TODO]] - TODO list, for those interested in helping.
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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