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action #56927

[opensuse] test fails in boot_windows

Added by lnussel 9 months ago. Updated 8 months ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
High
Assignee:
Category:
Bugs in existing tests
Target version:
-
Start date:
2019-09-16
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Description

Observation

openQA test in scenario opensuse-15.2-DVD-x86_64-kde_dual_windows10@uefi_win fails in
boot_windows

Timeout?

Test suite description

Reproducible

Fails since (at least) Build 493.5

Expected result

Last good: 492.5 (or more recent)

Further details

Always latest result in this scenario: latest


Related issues

Related to openSUSE Leap 15.2 - action #51221: upgrade windows 10 image in openQAResolved2019-05-272019-08-07

Has duplicate openQA Tests - action #56918: test fails in boot_windows - windows 10 desktop does not apearRejected2019-09-16

History

#1 Updated by mloviska 9 months ago

Could we then close https://progress.opensuse.org/issues/51221, please?

#2 Updated by mloviska 9 months ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress
  • Assignee set to mloviska

#3 Updated by SLindoMansilla 9 months ago

  • Related to action #51221: upgrade windows 10 image in openQA added

#4 Updated by SLindoMansilla 9 months ago

  • Has duplicate action #56918: test fails in boot_windows - windows 10 desktop does not apear added

#5 Updated by SLindoMansilla 9 months ago

  • Subject changed from test fails in boot_windows to [opensuse] test fails in boot_windows

mloviska is taking care

#6 Updated by mloviska 9 months ago

#7 Updated by mloviska 9 months ago

qxl, cirrus, virtio aren't working. GPU passthrough is not an option for us. Any other ideas ?

#8 Updated by okurz 9 months ago

Hm, judging from the videos it does not like graphics problems but simply taking very very long. 2GB RAM is the very minimum for Windows 10 64bit. Can you try with e.g. 4GB RAM and simply wait even longer for "windows-desktop"?

#9 Updated by mloviska 9 months ago

okurz wrote:

Hm, judging from the videos it does not like graphics problems but simply taking very very long. 2GB RAM is the very minimum for Windows 10 64bit. Can you try with e.g. 4GB RAM and simply wait even longer for "windows-desktop"?

ok, let me try, thanks!

#10 Updated by mloviska 8 months ago

  • Status changed from In Progress to Feedback

http://eris.suse.cz/tests/616#

I am pushing the image to o3

#11 Updated by lnussel 8 months ago

mloviska wrote:

http://eris.suse.cz/tests/616#

I am pushing the image to o3

you mean run the test on o3 so it produces a working image?

#12 Updated by mloviska 8 months ago

lnussel wrote:

mloviska wrote:

http://eris.suse.cz/tests/616#

I am pushing the image to o3

you mean run the test on o3 so it produces a working image?

Nope, we would lose all Windows updates. I have used the test suite to generate Windows qcow2 image, which I have updated manually. And mainly I have turned off the fast boot "feature".

#13 Updated by lnussel 8 months ago

mloviska wrote:

lnussel wrote:

mloviska wrote:

http://eris.suse.cz/tests/616#

I am pushing the image to o3

you mean run the test on o3 so it produces a working image?

Nope, we would lose all Windows updates. I have used the test suite to generate Windows qcow2 image, which I have updated manually. And mainly I have turned off the fast boot "feature".

Please don't do that. The image wouldn't be reproducible then. An openQA job can install updates and turn off features we don't need instead.

#14 Updated by mloviska 8 months ago

lnussel wrote:

mloviska wrote:

lnussel wrote:

mloviska wrote:

http://eris.suse.cz/tests/616#

I am pushing the image to o3

you mean run the test on o3 so it produces a working image?

Nope, we would lose all Windows updates. I have used the test suite to generate Windows qcow2 image, which I have updated manually. And mainly I have turned off the fast boot "feature".

Please don't do that. The image wouldn't be reproducible then. An openQA job can install updates and turn off features we don't need instead.

alright, but it seems to me as overkill to have it all in openQA and maintain it.

#15 Updated by lnussel 8 months ago

The point is to have this reproducible rather than some guy doing some magic fiddling. We will have to test newer builds of Windows anyways so having the process already in openQA speeds things up in the future.

#16 Updated by mloviska 8 months ago

  • Status changed from Feedback to Resolved

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