On Wed, 2017-01-18 at 15:19 +0100, Normand wrote:
I am looking at the nfs tests already defined in OpenQA templates
for fedora (1)
I would like to try those tests locally in a PowerPC environment,
so plan to modify templates to replace the hardcoded value
by a variable to be set by fedora-openqa-schedule.
Is it something that would be acceptable ?
How is set today the nfs server at 10.0.2.110 versus the
iso file retrieved via https from compose ?
What is the exported directories of this nfs server ?
Reading between the lines, it sounds like you think you need to provide
an NFS server in your environment to make the test work. You do not;
the whole setup is included in the tests already. The test named
'support_server' runs an NFS server (among other things), and the NFS
tests are all set to run in parallel with that test (so they only start
trying to use the NFS server once the support_server test has set it
The only thing you need to make sure of in order for the tests to work
should be that you have done the necessary configuration for these
openQA jobs to be able to communicate over the network, which is
it is a bit tricksy, let me know if you have trouble.
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