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FUNCovsdbtest at 18 Aug 2016 10:37:37

commit 07e31cf54da691398144d2eae0f250344a998539 (HEAD, origin/master, origin/HEAD, master)
Author: Sho SHIMIZU [sshimizu@us.fujitsu.com]
AuthorDate: Mon Aug 15 11:46:38 2016 -0700
Commit: Gerrit Code Review [gerrit@onlab.us]
CommitDate: Wed Aug 17 16:37:19 2016 +0000

Remove public from definition in interface

Case 1: Setting up test environment - FAIL

Setup the test environment including installing ONOS, start ONOS.

  • 1.1 Create cell file - No Result (warning)
  • 1.2 Applying cell variable to environment - No Result (warning)
  • 1.3 Git checkout and pullmaster - No Result (warning)
  • 1.4 Using mvn clean install - PASS (tick)
  • 1.5 Creating ONOS package - PASS (tick)
  • 1.6 Installing ONOS package - PASS (tick)
  • 1.7 Checking if ONOS is up yet - PASS (tick)
  • 1.8 Starting ONOS CLI sessions - PASS (tick)
  • 1.9 App Ids check - FAIL (error)
    • Something is wrong with app Ids
  • 1.10 Install onos-ovsdatabase - PASS (tick)
  • 1.11 Install onos-app-vtn - PASS (tick)

Case 3: Test default br-int configuration and vxlan port - FAIL

onos create default br-int bridge and vxlan port on the ovsdb node

  • 3.1 ovsdb node 1 set ovs manager to 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 3.2 ovsdb node 2 set ovs manager to 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 3.3 Check ovsdb node 1 manager is 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 3.4 Check ovsdb node 2 manager is 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 3.5 Check default br-int bridge on ovsdb node 10.128.10.11 - FAIL (error)
    • onos add default bridge on the node 1 failed
  • 3.6 Check default br-int bridge on ovsdb node 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 3.7 Check default vxlan port on ovsdb node 10.128.10.11 - FAIL (error)
    • onos add default vxlan port on the node 1 failed
  • 3.8 Check default vxlan port on ovsdb node 10.128.20.11 - FAIL (error)
    • onos add default vxlan port on the node 2 failed

Case 4: - PASS

  • 4.1 ovsdb node 1 set ovs manager to 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.2 ovsdb node 2 set ovs manager to 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.3 Check ovsdb node 1 manager is 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.4 Check ovsdb node 2 manager is 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.5 Check ovsdb node 1 bridge br-int controller set to 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.6 Check ovsdb node 2 bridge br-int controller set to 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.7 Check onoscli devices have ovs 10.128.10.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 4.8 Check onoscli devices have ovs 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)

Case 2: Test ovsdb connection and teardown - PASS

Test ovsdb connection create and delete over ovsdb node and onos node

  • 2.1 Set ovsdb node manager - PASS (tick)
  • 2.2 Check ovsdb node manager is 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 2.3 Delete ovsdb node manager - PASS (tick)
  • 2.4 Check ovsdb node delete manager 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)

Case 5: - FAIL

  • 5.1 ovsdb node 1 set ovs manager to onos - PASS (tick)
  • 5.2 Check ovsdb node 1 manager is 10.128.20.11 - PASS (tick)
  • 5.3 Check ovsdb node 1 bridge br-int default flows on 10.128.10.11 - FAIL (error)
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