Assembling a Kernel Test Grid With Autotest - Lucas Meneghel Rodrigues, Red Hat
Autotest (autotest.github.com) is a framework for fully automated kernel testing, although it works fine for userspace bits as well. In this presentation, we'll discuss the strategies and techniques you can use to deploy a fully automated test farm, with periodic or per-commit test jobs, with bare metal machine provisioning, console control and VM testing. For embedded farms we need a different approach, which will be discussed as well. The presentation consists in slides and a demo using virtual machines on the presenter's laptop.
Lucas is a Red Hat software engineer, specialized in test automation development. He is one of the upstream maintainers of the autotest project (http://autotest.github.com/), a framework to perform automated regression and performance testing under the linux platform, and also, the maintainer of the KVM virtualization testing infrastructure, built on top of autotest.
Wednesday November 7, 2012 2:45pm - 3:30pm
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