Writing openQA tests in Python

openQA is a test framework that works with many operating systems. openSUSE, Fedora, Debian and others are using it to ensure the quality of releases. Writing tests with it is easier than you might think. And you can use Python to do it! ...

July 15, 2021 · 4 min · Cris Dywan

Working with openQA via the command line

openQA allows for a few different workflows. The main entry point is the web UI if you’re wanting to look at builds, relevant jobs, test results and of course to investigate down to the level of the bare logs if all else fails. Eventually there’s a point where you run into limitations of what’s exposed through the browser. Let’s take a look at what openQA has to offer on the command line! ...

April 27, 2021 · 5 min · Cris Dywan

Get started with openQA development

I want to develop openQA openQA is a framework to run system-level tests that is used for openSUSE, Fedora and others in a way that uses a serial console or mouse and keyboard input to interact with tests. No support from the software toolkit used is required to make this work. For the purposes of this article I’m going to assume you have a basic idea about openQA. So what do I need to get going?...

February 16, 2021 · 6 min · Cris Dywan