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coordination #103515: [epic] Redesign Installation test modules for Expert Partitioner

Increase granularity of lvm+RAID1 test (only x86_64 & using BIOS Boot Partition)

Added by JERiveraMoya 10 months ago. Updated 9 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Low
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Target version:
Start date:
2021-12-13
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Description

AC1: Improve granularity of the actions in setup_raid1_lvm.
We could create the following steps (the ones not in bold font are supposed to be created in previous tasks):

  • installation/partitioning/select_expert_partitioner
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_hd_part_bios_boot
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_hd_part_linux_raid_root_size
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_hd_part_linux_raid_swap_size
  • installation/expert_partitioner/clone_partition_layout_to_all_targets
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_md0_raid1_root_devices
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_raid_part_md0_linux_lvm
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_md1_raid0_swap_devices
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_raid_part_md1_swap
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_vg_system_pv_of_lvm
  • installation/expert_partitioner/add_lv_vg_system_root
  • installation/partitioning/accept_proposed_layout

AC2: Fix/add depencency with RAID1.
We should add dependency in OSD: START_AFTER_TEST: RAID1
and fix current dependency in O3 pointing to RAID0.

AC3: Scope SLE and openSUSE but only x86_64 and using BIOS Boot Partition (included svirt-*)

History

#1 Updated by JERiveraMoya 10 months ago

  • Subject changed from Increase granularity of lvm+RAID1 test (x86_64) to Increase granularity of lvm+RAID1 test (only x86_64 & qemu)

#2 Updated by JERiveraMoya 10 months ago

  • Subject changed from Increase granularity of lvm+RAID1 test (only x86_64 & qemu) to Increase granularity of lvm+RAID1 test (only x86_64 & using BIOS Boot Partition)
  • Description updated (diff)

#3 Updated by JERiveraMoya 9 months ago

  • Priority changed from Normal to Low

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