On Mon, 03 Nov 2014 17:22:27 +0100
Honza Horak <hhorak(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 10/28/2014 08:08 AM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> Note that any or all of the above may be appropriate, depending on
> the exact nature of the specific tests.
> For example, there are already some public Beaker installer tests at
for execution on
I didn't know about this instance, interesting.
It's currently a dev instance (read: not backed up, best-effort level
of support) mostly due to some issues in the instance. The beaker devs
are aware of the issue and hopefully there will be a fix before too
Once that fix is released, we still need to make a full production
system and that'll take some doing - not impossible but not really
trivial. We're trying to get that all figured out but as a short
summary: a working, production beaker instance for fedora will take a
bit of time once beaker is fully compatible with how things are set up
in infra. How long depends on overall priority and if a couple details
work out the way we hope.
I'm happy to go into more details but will skip them for the sake of
brevity on a large distribution cross-posted thread.
Can anybody shortly explain the plan with this instance, if there is
any? It would make sense to me to use Taskotron to run Beaker tests
, but maybe there are some other
That's pretty much what we have in mind, yeah.