I wish I had a long, well thought post to write about 2012, but I don’t 🙂 Some things that come to my mind looking at the year retrospectively: * I’ve completed 1 year living in Piracicaba. * Quality of life was improved all round. * Work is great. Autotest and virt-tests had many improvements… Read More Happy 2013
This is a companion article for the presentation given during KVM Forum 2012, held in Barcelona. Here’s the link with the slides. The juggler problem The biggest problem we have with regards to development of test automation,and achieving reasonable test code coverage on KVM code is similar to the problems found on many projects and organizations,… Read More KVM autotest: It is not just a QA tool anymore
This is a companion article for the presentation given during LinuxCon Europe 2012, held in Barcelona. Here’s a link with the slides. The case for automated testing It’s hard to keep track of problems on a fast moving target. Specially on a *very* fast moving target, such as the Linux kernel. Thousands of commits get into the kernel… Read More Assembling a kernel test grid with autotest
Hi everyone, A new bugfix release of autotest was released! This release contains a number of bugfixes to problems reported by packagers. In particular: * Fixed problems with scheduler running on an rpm install * Fixed database problems on an rpm install * Fixed autotest-remote issues running on an rpm install If you want to… Read More Autotest 0.14.3 released!
Let me start this post by saying that most of the time, I agree with Lennart’s reasoning about technical decisions, and I do believe he is doing a great job for our community with his work on PulseAudio/systemd/the journal. That said… The tmp on tmpfs proposal, starting with Fedora 18, is a big mistake. Rich… Read More I’m joining the club of people complaining about /tmp on tmpfs
Hi everyone, A new bugfix release of autotest was released! This release contains a number of bugfixes to problems reported by users and packagers. In particular: * Fixed bugs that were preventing to boot new kernels on Ubuntu 12.04 * Fixed bugs that were preventing to boot new kernels on OpenSUSE 12.1 * Fixed bugs… Read More Autotest 0.14.2 released!
Autotest 0.14.0 is a new major release of autotest! The goal here is to provide the latest advances on autotest while providing a stable ground for groups and organizations looking for autotest, such as distro packagers and newcomers. For the impatient Download autotest here https://github.com/autotest/autotest/downloads Or pick the tarballs automatically generated by github here: https://github.com/autotest/autotest/tarball/0.14.0… Read More Autotest 0.14.0 released!