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A Tempest plugin providing integration tests for NFV features.
This plugin is run as part of the Intel NFV third-party CI.
The tests validate the following features:
The features tested are all dependent on underlying hardware support. As such, the following platform features are required:
The plugin should be installed like any other package. Once installed, it will be detected on subsequent runs of Temptest and enabled by default.
At the command line, run:
$ pip install intel-nfv-ci-tests
Or, if you have virtualenvwrapper installed, run:
$ mkvirtualenv intel-nfv-ci-tests $ pip install intel-nfv-ci-tests
If you want to hack on the tests themselves, install them in editable mode (setuptools develop mode):
$ pip install -e
Be aware that this package will not be available if running Tempest in a different virtualenv, e.g. via a Tox target.
All test commands should be run from the Tempest install directory, e.g.
To list all Intel NFV CI tempest cases, run:
$ stestr list intel_nfv_ci_tests
To run only these tests, run:
$ stestr run intel_nfv_ci_tests
Or via tox:
$ tox -e all-plugin intel_nfv_ci_tests
To run a single test case, run with test case name:
$ stestr run intel_nfv_ci_tests.tests.scenario.test_hugepages.TestHugepages