Bug 814026 - RFE: support select machine with Subsys Device ID
RFE: support select machine with Subsys Device ID
Status: CLOSED CURRENTRELEASE
Product: Beaker
Classification: Community
Component: scheduler (Show other bugs)
0.8
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Assigned To: Bill Peck
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Reported: 2012-04-18 23:38 EDT by Qian Hong
Modified: 2012-09-27 22:17 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2012-09-27 22:17:41 EDT
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Description Qian Hong 2012-04-18 23:38:53 EDT
Description of problem:

I found a bug behaviors different on different Subsys Device ID, currently there is no way to query a system by subsys_device_id in XML or Web UI


In the coming release of beaker, we can query system by Device Driver in XML. That's really a good news.

In Common/bkr/common/test_schema.py , I found an example as:
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<hostRequires>
    <device op="="
        type="network" bus="pci" driver="e1000e"
        vendor_id="8086" device_id="10d3"
        subsys_vendor_id="8086" subsys_device_id="a01f"
    />
</hostRequires>
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Hopes searching by subsys_device_id will be really supported.

Here is the discussion on beaker irc channel:
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<fracting> hello, today I found a bug which seems can be reproduced on Machine_A but can't be reproduced on Machine_B . The vendor ID, device ID, subsys vendor ID of Machine_A and Machine_B are the same, only the subsys device ID of them are different. Do we have any method to query a machine by subsys_device_id ? thx a lot :)
<stl> fracting: coming soon to a beaker near you...
<stl> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=731615
<fracting> stl: thx a lot! just check Common/bkr/common/test_schema.py and found an example. cooool! How about search in the web UI?
<stl> fracting: you can (already) search by device id etc in the web ui, i think in your case they will show up as separate entries
<stl> fracting: what is the device you are looking at now?
<dcallagh> can't search by subsys device id though, it seems
<dcallagh> which is what fracting needs, i think?
<stl> correct
<dcallagh> fracting: you could file an RFE in bugzilla for that
<stl> but still, there will only be one or two devices that differ only by subsys device id
<fracting> stl, dcallagh: thx, here is the device: https://beaker.engineering.redhat.com/devices/view/3570
<stl> i was just looking at e1000 as an example
<fracting> I'm a bit confused, could we search by subsys_device_id in web UI now?
<stl> ah, sorry, i see. you can only get the list of systems which have it, and you can't see its full device details
<fracting> stl: exaclty
<stl> fracting: they are all listed on this page, however: https://beaker.engineering.redhat.com/devices/NETWORK?list_tgp_no=8&list_tgp_limit=50&list_tgp_ordering=description
<stl> so in that table, you can find the subsys device id you need and get the list of systems with that
<fracting> stl: so that's a workround :) I know that, but thanks for your help as well
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Thank you and go on for the awesome work!
Comment 2 Dan Callaghan 2012-09-27 22:17:41 EDT
Subsys device id was added to the web UI in bug 602741 and to <hostRequires/> in bug 731615.

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