[CentOS-devel] Getting started with testing CentOS Atomic Host and the ostree repo

Karanbir Singh

mail-lists at karan.org
Tue Mar 3 18:01:14 UTC 2015


I've started working on :


A set of automation scripts that test if the CentOS Atomic Image is
functional, and can be updated using the default CentOS ostree repos.
The intention is to make sure we are always shipping content that meets
some basic minimal criteria and matches the user experience we document.

The test harness is taken from the t_functional suite, so its all very
simple bash driven, easily extended in any language.

The overall aim for this specific suite is to get the CentOS Atomic host
image, sanity check it, get the cloud-init config drive stuff built, get
an instance running and then make sure the instance comes up with some
baseline functionality. We can then do some atomic updates inside and
make sure the image can be 'reverted' etc.

I've made a start, all help appreciated. Once we have an end to end test
setup, we can move the code to git.centos.org and setup the on demand
and nightly runs.

Karanbir Singh
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