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MagnetoDB/QA/Tests on env with devstack

Tests on environment with DevStack

The easiest way to build a fully functional development environment is with DevStack. Create a machine (such as a VM or Vagrant box) running a distribution supported by DevStack and install DevStack there.

Environment Creation

1. Clone DevStack

$ git clone https://github.com/openstack-dev/devstack.git

2. Integrate MagnetoDB with DevStack. To install:

$ DEVSTACK_DIR=.../path/to/devstack
$ echo "enable_plugin magnetodb https://git.openstack.org/stackforge/magnetodb" >> local.conf

To configure devstack to run MagnetoDB with functional testing:

$ echo "enable_service tempest" >> local.conf

Run DevStack as normal:

$ ./stack.sh

Note: Make sure that your local.conf contains [[local | localrc]] in the first line. See more about configuration of DevStack at http://devstack.org/configuration.html Also you can change other MagnetoDB variables, see file lib/magnetodb

4. Make sure magnetodb-server-api started

$ ps aux | grep magnetodb

5. Change current directory to magnetodb

$ cd /opt/stack/magnetodb

Tests Running

6. Run tox with necessary parameters:

  • to start unit tests:
$ tox

Tempest functional/integration tests

  • change directory to tempest
$ cd /opt/stack/tempest
  • to start stable tempest tests (this folder contains scenarios that verify already implemented functionality):
$ tox -e magnetodb-stable
  • to start in_progress tempest tests (contains scenarios that are in progress (i.e. is being worked on) or the functionality that is a subject to changes (minor additions, refactoring, debugging)):
$ tox -e magnetodb-in-progress
  • to start not_ready tempest tests (dedicated to the test scenarios that were created, but the appropriate functionality is not ready yet (not implemented or partially implemented)):
$ tox -e magnetodb-not-ready

Note: Each group of tests run in individual venv and will require some time to install dependencies (Python packages)