Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 317891
[hts-5.1.1][i386][network][EL4-U6] - Network test result differs from Hardware Catelog Result
Last modified: 2008-07-16 17:57:44 EDT
Description of problem:
When Tested for network in EL4-U6, i386 for hts-5.1.1, the result shown in
output.log is Network Test PASSED. but the certifiation result showing, its
FAIL. It should not differ!
Both .rpm file for EL4-U6-i386 and the other log file is attached with this bug.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Tree Used : EL4-U6-20070927.0
Attempted Once only.
Steps to Reproduce:
The result is different
It should show the same result.
Created attachment 215551 [details]
Created attachment 215561 [details]
.rpm file for EL4-U6-i386
Certification Number what I created is - 265326 by smaitra
HTS shows eth0 as a PASS, both in the output log, and in the results.xml file.
It also shows eth1 and eth2 as FAILED. I suspect this is why the HCL shows
the test results for network as FAILED - 2 of 3 interfaces failed.
Could this be the case?
Yes, I think so too. But my question is as eth0 and eth1 are two sepatate tests
so, entire hts process should generate two separate test run for these two,
otherwise, even if one of them are PASS, the network test will show FAIL. Don't
know if the idea is feasible or possible or not!
The cases may be like hts certify --test network eth0 &&
hts certify --test network eth1, or eth2, like this.
Please suggest and for now pls inform if this bug is to be closed.
I'm not sure what you're asking. HTS does generate two separate tests, one for
each interface. To be certified, all interfaces on a system must PASS.