This document which provides Openstack cloud computing complete documentation report of testing. You can download same testing report. A primary purpose of testing is to detect software failures so that defects may be discovered and corrected. Testing is a process used to help identify the correctness, completeness and quality of developed computer software.

Openstack Cloud Computing

Test cases:

Unit test cases for automated installation of OpenStack:

Sl. No. Test Case Expected Outcome Observed outcome Status
1 Check the version of any OpenStack component.

 

$ keystone-manage –version

 

If it returns 2013.2.x then it means OpenStack Havana version is installed, 2014.1.x means IceHouse version, 2014.2.x means Stable Juno version is installed.

Should give the version of keystone. Gives the Keystone version,

2014.2.0

 

Pass

Unit test cases for Keystone extension:

Sl. No. Test Case Expected  Outcome Observed outcome Status
1 Test for create, list, delete, assign etc operations on roles.

$ testr run tempest.api.identity.aadmin.test_roles

Should give a success message saying all the  operations are working fine for roles. All operations on roles..ok

Errors=0

Pass
2 Test for create, update etc operations on tenants.

$ testr run tempest.api.identity.admin.test_tenants

 

Should give a success message saying all the  operations are working fine for tenants. All operations on tenants..ok

Errors=0

Pass
3 Test for create, delete etc operations on Tokens.

$ testr run tempest.api.identity.admin.test_tokens

Should give a success message saying all the  operations are working fine for tokens. All operations on tokens..ok

Errors=0

Pass
4 Test for create, update, delete etc operations on users

 

$ testr run tempest.api.identity.admin.test_users

Should give a success message saying all the  operations are working fine for users. All operations on users..ok

Errors=0

Pass
5 Test for extension developed to list the users of particular project

$ testr run

Tempest.api.identity.admin.v3.test_users_project

Should give a success message saying the extension developed works fine. Users_project extension..ok

Errors=0

Pass

Unit test cases for Logstash functionalities:

Sl. No. Test Case Expected  Outcome Observed outcome Status
1 Test for logs clean up

$ java –jar logstash.jar

find . –type f –ctime +60

Should give empty result  Did not list any file name, ie Empty Pass
2 Test for Clearing RAM

$ java –jar logstash.jar free -m

Used memory should be zero Used memory is zero Pass
3 Test for Archiving log files

$ java –jar logstash.jar

find . –type –name “*.log”

Should give empty result Did not list any file name, ie Empty Pass
4 Logstash upgradation

$ java –jar logstash.jar

sudo service logstash-server –version

Should give latest version of logstash Returned latest version of logstash Pass

Integration Testing For Automated OpenStack Installation

Sl. No. Test Case Expected

Outcome

Observed

Outcome

Status

 

    1 Test to check whether all the components are installed

 

$ cd /home/openstack/devstack

$ ./rejoin-stack.sh

 

Should show all the components and processes in different screens Showed the components and processes of OpenStack in different screens Pass

Integration Testing For Keystone extension

Sl. No. Test Case Expected

Outcome

Observed

Outcome

Status

 

    1 Test for all the extensions of Keystone component

 

$ testr run tempest_report.tempest_addons:KeystoneExtensionTest

 

Should give a success message saying all the extensions are working file List of extensions..ok

 

Errors=0

Pass
    2 Test to check added extension caused any defects in Keystone, ie to test entire Keystone

 

$ cd /opt/stack/keystone

$ ./run_tests.sh

Should give a success message saying there is no error Ran 122 tests..ok

 

Errors=0

Pass

Integration Testing For Logstash functionalities

Sl. No. Test Case Expected

Outcome

Observed

Outcome

Status

 

    1 Test for the file to which the functionality is added

 

$ java –jar logstash.jar agent filename.rb

 

Should give a success message saying there are no errors Finished in 0.13 sec

 

Errors=0

Pass
    2 Test for entire Logstash to check defects

 

$ java –jar logstash.jar rspec

Should give a success message saying there are no errors

 

Finished in 0.13 sec

 

Errors=0

Pass

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