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Resource: LCE13

Resource: LCE13
Name: Introduction to QA Services and Case Study
Date: 11-07-2013
Speaker: Milosz Wasilewski
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1z0d82UZmA

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    LCE13: Introduction to QA Services and Case Study LCE13: Introduction to QA Services and Case Study Presentation Transcript

    • Linaro QA Services LCE13 - Dublin, July 2013
    • QA Services Tasks (what do we do?): • Manual testing • Dashboard monitoring • Reporting • Porting tests to LAVA Things that we (usually) don't do: • creating new test cases • fixing bugs in the software
    • Currently Active Tasks • linux-linaro Android validation • linux-linaro ubuntu validation • Linaro OpenEmbedded validation (ARMv8 Foundation Model) • Upstream "linux-next" branch monitoring & validation • Upstream "linux-arm-soc-for-next" branch monitoring & validation • big.LITTLE – Functional and performance Testing & Reporting – Test suite maintenance • Test suites porting to LAVA
    • • Weekly Test – Manually Test: – Linux Linaro Android: TI Panda 4430 & 4460, Samsung Arndale, Samsung Galaxy Nexus, ARM Versatile Express A9 & TC2 – Linux Linaro Ubuntu: TI Panda 4430 & 4460, Samsung Arndale, ARM Versatile Express A9 – Linaro OpenEmbedded: LAMP & Minimal – Consolidated results sent to broad audience • Monthly Release Test – Run all test manually as same as weekly test – Sign-off the release – Results released to broad audience Manual Testing
    • • On-demand Test: – Agreed with engineering teams – If a new target comes in, it may become a member of regular test target. We also accept one shot test if it's necessary Manual Testing
    • • Linaro Android Test Case Automation – "Command Line" test cases are expected to be automated – UI related test cases (Browser, Email, YouTube, etc.) are hard to automate and probably not worth to do • Linux Linaro ubuntu Test Case Automation – We're currently using headless (no UI) Ubuntu images – "Command Line" test cases are expected to be automated – Some test cases depend on hardware actions, probably LMP can help here. Test Case Automation
    • • Virtualization • piglit (most of the job done by Tom Gall) Test Case porting to LAVA
    • • Agreed on LCA-13 (http://cards.linaro.org/browse/CARD-521) • CI loop builds for the following devices – Samsung Origen – STE Snowball – ARM Versatile Express A9 – TI Panda Board – HighBank • Boot test in LAVA for above boards – Failure analysis and report: – Identify the root cause as possible as we can – Send Email to related mailing lists • Current responsibilities: – "linux-next": Naresh Kamboju <naresh.kamboju@linaro.org> – "linux-arm-soc-for-next": Botao Sun <botao.sun@linaro.org> linux-next & linux-arm-soc-for-next
    • • Requesting new services • Initial analysis (requirements, scope of work) • Defining acceptance criteria and test plan • Artifacts delivery • Test case execution • Reporting (bugs, results...) New projects