Originally posted on JavaCruft:

During the Ubuntu precise development cycle the Canonical Platform Server Team have been working on automating testing of Openstack on Ubuntu.

The scope of this work was:

  1. Per-commit testing of Openstack trunk to evaluate the current state of the upstream codebase in-conjunction with the current packaging in Ubuntu precise and the current Juju charms to deploy Openstack.
  2. SRU testing for Openstack Diablo on Ubuntu 11.10.

Openstack do a lot of pre-commit testing through the use of gerrit with Jenkins; we wanted to supplement this with Ubuntu focused testing to provide another dimension to the testing already completed upstream.

So grab a coffee and make yourself comfortable; this is not a short read….

Lab Setup

The Ubuntu Openstack QA lab consists of 12 servers; the primary server in the solution is an Ubuntu 11.10 install providing the following functions:

  1. Juju – used to deploy Openstack charms in the Lab
  2. Cobbler…

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