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= KVM-Autotest TODO list =
 
= KVM-Autotest TODO list =
  
* Multi host migration - 1 week to recap the patch that was sent by QA, improve on it, have an updated patch by then - lmr
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== lmr ==
  
== Framework ==
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=== TODO ===
  
* Libvirt integration - 1 week coordinating what it needs to be done, another 4 weeks (at least) implementing it - QA, lmr, mgoldish, help from libvirt developers
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* Make cache=off the default for guest images
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* Multi host migration
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* Libvirt integration
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* Add a BLOCKED status on the autotest database, that tells the user that some feature testing was left out due to a problem on its dependencies.
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* Eventually get rid of all dependency on slirp/userspace networking to do any feature testing, since it is not a supported feature. Slipstreaming the kickstart in the install CD is a possibility, and it ends up being simpler than configuring an internal network thing for testing.
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* Make it possible to install virtio nw driver under windows xp/2003 guests without having to resort to the msi installer
  
* Include support for host kernel install on the KVM default control file - Using autotest standard API to get it done - lmr - PARTIALLY DONE, needs to resolve bugs in boottool to full functionality
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=== Partially done/ Blocked ===
  
* Add a BLOCKED status on the autotest database, that tells the user that some feature testing was left out due to a problem on its dependencies.
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* Include support for host kernel install on the KVM default control file - Using autotest standard API to get it done
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** needs to resolve bugs in boottool to full functionality
  
* Enable "guest-load" for a VMs before/while tests are running (e.g. migration of a VM, while a movie is playing on it) [Michael]
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=== Done ===
* Add a way to shutdown the VMs when the whole job completes (compared to doing nothing or shutting-down after every test) [Michael]
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* Eventually get rid of all dependency on slirp/userspace networking to do any feature testing, since it is not a supported feature. Slipstreaming the kickstart in the install CD is a possibility, and it ends up being simpler than configuring an internal network thing for testing.
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* Apply network patchset (Yay!)
  
* Make it possible to install virtio nw driver under windows xp/2003 guests without having to resort to the msi installer - assignee? Considerations: We would like to avoid slipstreaming the drivers in the iso cdrom, since we feel it is too messy. If after honest try we can't find another way, let's give slipstreaming a try.
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== mgoldish ==
  
== Client Side Test ==
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* Make WHQL tests run on our internal server
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* Enable "guest-load" for a VMs before/while tests are running (e.g. migration of a VM, while a movie is playing on it)
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* Add a way to shutdown the VMs when the whole job completes (compared to doing nothing or shutting-down after every test)
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* Add docstrings to all functions that still lack them, including the ones in stepmaker.py, stepeditor.py and kvm_tests.py
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* Rename all Windows ISOs currently used to their official MSDN names
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* Fill the sections "Working with step files" and "Step file creation tips" in the wiki
  
* Using dnsmasq in unattended_install to replace userspace network with private bridge [Amos] status: have implemented in internal tree
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== akong ==
* Bonding test [Amos]
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* If needed, write a netperf/iperf test [jasowang] [NEEDS MORE WORK]
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* pxe boot * net types [BeiJing QE]
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* Further migration [BeiJing QE]
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* Multiple nics [BeiJing QE]
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* multiple disks [BeiJing QE]
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* -vga stg, nographics
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* Verify SMBIOS/DMI data (UUID, for example) [Yolkfull]
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* Disk serial number (for IDE, SCSI, VirtIO drives) [Yolkfull]
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* Test block device cancellation path using device mapper to generate errors ( after we had a crash in de_write_dma_cb)
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* Extend pci_assignable to support other PCI devices (USB, video cards, TV card etc)
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* Different CPU flags support [BeiJing QE]
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* Use private bridge and dnsmasq to do the unattended installation [BeiJing QE]
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* Passthrough the perf keys of run_autotest to autotest server [BeiJing QE]
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== Server Side Tests ==
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* Using dnsmasq in unattended_install to replace userspace network with private bridge status: have implemented in internal tree
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* Bonding test
  
* Run netperf test between two guests [Yolkfull]
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== yolkfull ==
* Migration with/without workload(dbench,lmbench etc) [Yolkfull]
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* Register the virtual machine into autotest server and run benchmark through autotest server [BeiJing QE]
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== Misc ==
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* Run netperf test between two guests
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* Migration with/without workload(dbench,lmbench etc)
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* Verify SMBIOS/DMI data (UUID, for example)
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* Disk serial number (for IDE, SCSI, VirtIO drives)
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== Beijing QE ==
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* pxe boot * net types
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* Further migration
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* Multiple nics
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* multiple disks
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* Test block device cancellation path using device mapper to generate errors ( after we had a crash in de_write_dma_cb)
 +
* Extend pci_assignable to support other PCI devices (USB, video cards, TV card etc)
 +
* Different CPU flags support
 +
* Use private bridge and dnsmasq to do the unattended installation
 +
* Passthrough the perf keys of run_autotest to autotest server
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* Register the virtual machine into autotest server and run benchmark through autotest server
  
* Add docstrings to all functions that still lack them, including the ones in stepmaker.py, stepeditor.py and kvm_tests.py [Michael]
 
* Document the setupssh.iso and setuptelnet.iso creation procedures in the wiki
 
* Rename all Windows ISOs currently used to their official MSDN names
 
* Fill the sections "Working with step files" and "Step file creation tips" in the wiki [Michael]
 
  
 
== Bugs ==
 
== Bugs ==
  
 
* Please open bugs on the [[http://autotest.kernel.org/newticket autotest defect tracking system]]
 
* Please open bugs on the [[http://autotest.kernel.org/newticket autotest defect tracking system]]

Revision as of 12:03, 7 October 2010

KVM-Autotest TODO list

lmr

TODO

  • Make cache=off the default for guest images
  • Multi host migration
  • Libvirt integration
  • Add a BLOCKED status on the autotest database, that tells the user that some feature testing was left out due to a problem on its dependencies.
  • Eventually get rid of all dependency on slirp/userspace networking to do any feature testing, since it is not a supported feature. Slipstreaming the kickstart in the install CD is a possibility, and it ends up being simpler than configuring an internal network thing for testing.
  • Make it possible to install virtio nw driver under windows xp/2003 guests without having to resort to the msi installer

Partially done/ Blocked

  • Include support for host kernel install on the KVM default control file - Using autotest standard API to get it done
    • needs to resolve bugs in boottool to full functionality

Done

  • Apply network patchset (Yay!)

mgoldish

  • Make WHQL tests run on our internal server
  • Enable "guest-load" for a VMs before/while tests are running (e.g. migration of a VM, while a movie is playing on it)
  • Add a way to shutdown the VMs when the whole job completes (compared to doing nothing or shutting-down after every test)
  • Add docstrings to all functions that still lack them, including the ones in stepmaker.py, stepeditor.py and kvm_tests.py
  • Rename all Windows ISOs currently used to their official MSDN names
  • Fill the sections "Working with step files" and "Step file creation tips" in the wiki

akong

  • Using dnsmasq in unattended_install to replace userspace network with private bridge status: have implemented in internal tree
  • Bonding test

yolkfull

  • Run netperf test between two guests
  • Migration with/without workload(dbench,lmbench etc)
  • Verify SMBIOS/DMI data (UUID, for example)
  • Disk serial number (for IDE, SCSI, VirtIO drives)

Beijing QE

  • pxe boot * net types
  • Further migration
  • Multiple nics
  • multiple disks
  • Test block device cancellation path using device mapper to generate errors ( after we had a crash in de_write_dma_cb)
  • Extend pci_assignable to support other PCI devices (USB, video cards, TV card etc)
  • Different CPU flags support
  • Use private bridge and dnsmasq to do the unattended installation
  • Passthrough the perf keys of run_autotest to autotest server
  • Register the virtual machine into autotest server and run benchmark through autotest server


Bugs