[utah-devel] UTAH 0.12 release testing

Andy Doan andy.doan at canonical.com
Mon May 6 14:37:04 UTC 2013

I think this goods. +1

On 05/06/2013 08:57 AM, Javier Collado wrote:
> Hello all,
> For the new version of UTAH that fixes the bugs that have been targeted
> against this milestone:
> https://launchpad.net/utah/+milestone/0.12
> The following tests that have been run to validate it:
> - Unit test cases from the branch
> - utah-update-alderamin and its downstream jobs
> - pass.run with
>    - desktop image for {raring,saucy} {i386,amd64}
>    - server image for {quantal,raring,saucy} {i386,amd64}
>      - with --skip-provisioning option
>      - without --skip-provisioning option
> - ps-unity-autopilot-release-testing, that I copied from Andy, using
> desktop a desktop saucy i386 image.
> The issues found are as follows:
> - server raring
> An error is displayed in the installer that says that no drivers have
> been found and that this is probably because the archive is out of sync.
> This seems a temporary error that isn't related to UTAH.
> - server {quantal,saucy}
> The test runs just fine, but the pattern for the "system booted" step
> isn't matched and test results aren't available until it times out.
> According to Max this is because the installer is logging messages even
> before UTAH receives any of those messages, so the message that would
> match that pattern isn't received by UTAH. Anyway, still it's possible
> to get results and the timeout value can be customized in the
> configuration file if needed.
> - ps-unity-autopilot-release-testing
> There was failure in the yaml results file. However, this doesn't seem
> to be related to UTAH since the server provisioned the physical machine
> correctly, the client was executed and the yaml file was downloaded from
> the system under test.
> I think none of the issues is blocking and that UTAH can be released.
> Please let me know if you disagree. Otherwise, I'll upload the new
> package to the stable PPA.
> Best regards,
>      Javier

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