[Starlingx-discuss] Testing activities, tasks and resources

Waines, Greg Greg.Waines at windriver.com
Thu Apr 13 14:20:04 UTC 2023

Rob Cooke and Nimalini Rasa who are project and technical leads of the StarlingX Test Project would be the right place to start.

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From: Ildiko Vancsa <ildiko at openinfra.dev> 
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Hi StarlingX Community,

I’m reaching out to follow up on the testing topics, that we briefly touched on during the recent virtual PTG.

The topics that came up:

* Existing activities that the community is doing to ensure that every release of the platform is thoroughly tested.
  - Part of that, Wind River is currently providing resources to run the more complex regression and sanity test jobs.
  -  Automated unit and functional testing performed by the Zuul platform that runs on OpenDev resources.

* Extending support for different hardware architectures.
  - This activity will need additional testing as well, either on community resources or as third-party testing.

* Test coverage and adding new tests.
  - Look into run some of the more complex tests with Zuul
  - Measure test coverage more actively, and increase it

In addition to the above, we had a newcomer on today’s Community call who was interested in donating infrastructure for builds, and get involved in testing activities later on as well.

As the test meetings are not running currently, what is the best forum to discuss testing related topics and activities such as the above? Do we have any documentation and information about ongoing testing efforts to contribute to?

Thanks and Best Regards,


Ildikó Váncsa
Director of Community
Open Infrastructure Foundation

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