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rally-jobs: Add FloatingIP workloads: assoc/dissoc

As discussed on the neutron-performance meeting [1] floating IP operations
should be covered in the neutron gate rally job. As I set out to write
the missing tests I discovered that some of them were already written
by rally folks. For example see [2]. Keep in mind the test code has been
relocated since to the rally-openstack repository. For example see [3].
They were later added to neutron's rally job definition [4].

Here we add a one more scenario to exercise the floating IP operations
left uncovered by the above changes: associate and dissociate.

[1] http://eavesdrop.openstack.org/meetings/neutron_performance/2018/neutron_performance.2018-10-22-16.02.log.html#l-143
[2] https://review.openstack.org/225223
[3] https://github.com/openstack/rally-openstack/blob/4e4bfc5/rally_openstack/scenarios/neutron/network.py
[4] https://review.openstack.org/620952

Change-Id: Id2e27258f2e9a35bb8123854e098d0822458b314
Depends-On: https://review.openstack.org/624036
changes/38/624038/4
Bence Romsics 4 years ago
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rally-jobs/task-neutron.yaml

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quotas:
neutron:
floatingip: -1
-
scenario:
NeutronNetworks.associate_and_dissociate_floating_ips:
floating_network: {{ floating_network }}
runner:
constant:
times: 10
concurrency: 5
contexts:
users:
tenants: 2
users_per_tenant: 3
quotas:
neutron:
floatingip: -1
-
title: Security Group Related Scenarios
workloads:

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