ISO testing

Onno Benschop onno at
Sat Oct 25 04:30:09 UTC 2008

On the blog there was a comment from "Irgendeiner" (which if my German
serves me means "someone" :) which states:
> It _is_ a shame that the standard testing procedures for server ISO’s
> do not also specify scenarios appropriate for server:
> a) Whole disk Raid-1 without LVM
> b) Whole disk Raid-1 with LVM
> c) Whole disk Raid-1 with crypted root, without LVM
> d) Whole disk Raid-1 with crypted root, with LVM
> e) Disk with existing partitions and above.
> And yes, such tests must be done on real disks, not only virtual.

I recall that there was a discussion about this at a server-meeting -
IIRC before Hardy release.

I had a quick look through and through LP, but could
not locate a place where I could make this suggestion, or update the
testing procedure. The wiki page appears to be immutable, so updating it
isn't an option - I didn't try, I figured immutable means what I think
it means.

Comments or suggestions?

Onno Benschop

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