hello qa team,
As to #1671256 testgetvolumeabsolutelimits fails with no admin credentials
This testcase will fail when admin credenticals are not present, because it uses forcetenantisolation = True and is not in admin dirs(if it was, it would be skipped instead of fail)
so, there are 3 possible solutions:
1) to move this testcase into admin dirs
2) to make Tempest skip testcases when forcetenantisolation = True and admin credenticals are not present
3) to fetch the existsing resources in the system, which will let the testcase run without admin credenticals, but may cause the code look a bit longer.
so, I'd like you to give me some advice, which do you perfer, thanks:)
Date: 2017/03/09 06:28
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [QA] Meeting Thursday Mar 9th at 9:00 UTC
I did bug triage last weeks (27th Feb – 3rd March).
So far 7 new bugs arrived:
3 confirmed (2 low, 1 medium)
1669455 tempest run --regex '[.\bsmoke\b.]' --blacklist-file=/home/jenkins/tempest/skip.txt not able to run smoke tests
1668690 Tempest testserveractions missing evacuate server test (and client)
1668407 os-assisted-volume-snapshots client is not available
1667354 Volume v2 capabilities & scheduler-stats service clients makes v1 APIs call
#1667443 API endpoints become inaccessible after tempest run
#1671256 test_get_volume_absolute_limits fails with no admin credentials
1 reviewing – not sure if it is a valid bug or working as designed – Related to resource_cleanup vs teardown (clean after each test case).
#1670693 Tests in tempest.api.network.test_routers.RoutersTest don't clean up network resources
Please let me know if comments or questions
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Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at 1:09 AM
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Subject: [openstack-dev] [QA] Meeting Thursday Mar 9th at 9:00 UTC
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