So, no openSUSE. The idea would be --after having understood what GitLab pipelines and jobs really are-- to add the logic for having openSUSE there.
Currently, the Xen-Project own CI loop (Osstest) does some build and functional testing of Xen using, as guest-OSes:
So, no openSUSE. The idea would be to add (and contribute upstream) test cases that implement testing openSUSE as guest.
I recently discovered this. Apparently, it supports:
So, no openSUSE. The idea would be --after having figured out what Vagrant actually is-- to add support for openSUSE VMs.
Looking for mad skills in:
virtualization ci automatedtesting testing
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Hack Week 17
SUSE Manager can do some virtual machines manag...
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"salt-toaster" allows you to test multiple Salt...
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UPDATE: it turns out that [people upstream ...