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=== TODO ===
 
=== TODO ===
  
* Make cache=off the default for guest images
 
 
* Multi host migration
 
* Multi host migration
 
* 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.
 
* 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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=== Done ===
 
=== Done ===
  
* Include support for host kernel install on the KVM default control file - Using autotest standard API to get it done
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* Resolved autotest bugs that prevented proper kernel build/install functionality for Fedora/newer RHEL systems:
** Resolved a bunch of bugs to reach to full functionality
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2630/
* Apply network patchset (Yay!)
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2631/
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2632/
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2640/
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2634/
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2635/
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Now the host kernel install control file patch is fully functional:
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2641/
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* Made cache=off the default for KVM autotest tests:
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2642/
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* Removed boot=on when booting virtio images:
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http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2643/
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* Applied network patchset (Yay!)
  
 
== mgoldish ==
 
== mgoldish ==

Revision as of 04:33, 14 October 2010

KVM-Autotest TODO list

raw idea

  • more vhost_net test
  • Add Multi-guests transfer test
  • transfer test between guest(s) and extra boxs
  • add more whql tests (virtio_net,virtio_blk)

general

Note: This session is for major, multi-person items. We'll update the status weekly based on the status of the subtasks attributed to persons.

  • Libvirt integration - Will hold on this work item for the next couple of months due to resource constraints.

lmr

TODO

  • Multi host migration
  • 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

Done

  • Resolved autotest bugs that prevented proper kernel build/install functionality for Fedora/newer RHEL systems:
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2630/
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2631/
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2632/
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2640/
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2634/
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2635/

Now the host kernel install control file patch is fully functional:

http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2641/
  • Made cache=off the default for KVM autotest tests:
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2642/
  • Removed boot=on when booting virtio images:
http://patchwork.test.kernel.org/patch/2643/
  • Applied 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)
    • This may just be a matter of moving useful code from tests to kvm_test_utils.py to make it reusable
  • Post-commit review of new network patches (committed on Oct 7 2010)
  • Use more exceptions in utility functions:
    • Add convenience functions to kvm_subprocess.py to make running shell commands shorter
    • Add convenience functions to the VM class

akong

  • Using dnsmasq in unattended_install to replace userspace network with private bridge
  • Bonding test
  • Add a new test: check if guest transmits packets when link is up/down

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
  • Passthrough the perf keys of run_autotest to autotest server
  • Register the virtual machine into autotest server and run benchmark through autotest server

Bugs