A collection of tempest skipped tests shared across OpenStack projects.
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README.rst

openstack-tempest-skiplist

Overview

openstack-tempest-skiplist will generate a skip list to be executed by tempest

Quickstart

  • edit tempest_skip.yml
  • add the required fields, including the launchpad
  • execute tox tests
  • submit :)

Installation

Installing from git and virtualenv:

$ git clone https://opendev.org/openstack/openstack-tempest-skiplist
$ cd openstack-tempest-skiplist
$ virtualenv .venv
$ source .venv/bin/activate
$ pip install .

Validation

After edit your file, you can check if it is valid with the following command:

$ tempest-skip validate --file file.yaml

Examples

A simple example of the structure of the yaml file expected by tempest-skiplist. For more information about each field, visit the documentation <https://docs.openstack.org/openstack-tempest-skiplist/latest/yaml/formatting.html> website:

In the above example, the test full.tempest.test will be executed by tempest in both deployments, undercloud, and overcloud (depending on the job). It will also be skipped in the releases master, train and ussuri, specifically in jobs job1 and job2. It will not be skipped in any other job, no matter what the release is.

Removing the list of jobs, means it will be skipped everywhere.