On 22/03/16, Dusty Mabe wrote:
> On 03/22/2016 09:14 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
> > Hi folks! We have a new Fedora 24 Alpha candidate compose (like an
> > in earlier cycles) and go/no-go is tomorrow, so if you could please
> > help test it, that would be great!
> > The Cloud validation test page is here:
> > https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Results:Fedora_24_Alpha_1.7_Cloud
> > and has download links. You can enter your results by editing the
> > results tables directly (please follow the instructions on the page for
> > that) or using the 'relval' tool - 'dnf
> > install relval', 'relval report-results'.
> > One question I'm afraid I can't answer is "how do we do EC2
> > I don't know when/if/how the candidate composes get published on EC2.
> > dgilmore may be able to enlighten us there. If not, it'd be great if at
> > least local and Openstack tests could be done.
> > The only tests we absolutely *need* doing for Alpha are the two marked
> > 'Alpha' in the Milestone column, but it's great to do the Final
> > as well if possible. The i386 tests I don't think anyone cares about
> > any more (I have an action item to ditch i386 stuff from the test pages
> > but didn't do it yet), and we don't have Atomic images for this
> > compose.
> Thanks Adam, A few of us tested all criteria and things look pretty
> good I would say so far. Please more people join in!
> I no longer have a local openstack setup so I wasn't able to test on
> that front.
I have tested both locally and on Openstack. All tests passed nicely :)
I have updated the wiki page.
Thanks a lot for all your help everyone! coverage was great, Alpha is
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