OpenStack: Testing Upgrades with Tobiko

What is Tobiko?

Tobiko is an OpenStack upgrade testing framework. It aims to provide tooling and methods for easily developing upgrade type tests.

Note: At this moment it also provides you with several built-in networking tests.

If you are familiar with OpenStack you might wonder why the current OpenStack testing framework (Tempest) is not used for that purpose.

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OpenDaylight & OpenStack: How to run CSIT

What is CSIT?

Continuous System Integration Tests. Basically, Suites of integration tests for testing OpenDaylight components (alone or with other projects as OpenStack for example).

If you are familiar with OpenStack testing, then  you can say it’s very similar to Tempest scenario tests.

The tests are executed automatically by OpenDaylight’s Jenkins on the lab provided by the Linux Foundation and can also be executed manually be any user, using Robot framework the integration/test repository.

This post should help you to execute the tests in your environment and publish the results with Jenkins Robot plugin.

You can also find small section of common failures in the bottom of this post.

To obtain the tests, run:

git clone https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/integration/test

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