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Tuesday, November 4 • 12:05 - 12:45
Moving Functional Tests to Projects

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Our current methodology of using tempest to house functional tests which are run against all projects on every commit has several problems
* It puts the testing focus for all projects on the tempest team which is not scalable
* There is not time to run deep functional tests because too much time is spent running tests against projects that cannot be affected
The move to per-project functional testing, combined with more aggressive post-merge testing, will make catching bugs per-commit more likely
and reduce the chance that bad code slipping in to some project will impact the gate stability for other projects. Some issues that need resolution:
* How do we retain the ability to export a functional test suite for OpenStack as a whole, the way tempest is used now? This is important for
refstack and any one else doing validation.
* What kinds of non-scenario, non-integration tests remain in tempest?
** None?
** Some coverage for API stability?
* How do we make sure projects do their testing in a consistent way? Do they need to?
* Where do two-project integration tests live?

Session Lead: David Kranz


Tuesday November 4, 2014 12:05 - 12:45
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