This document provides the release notes for Iruya version of Doctor.
2.3.1. Important notes¶
Jerma release has mainly been for finalizing maintenance use case testing supporting the ETSI FEAT03 defined interactino between VNFM and infrastructure. This is mainly to have infrastructure maintenance and upgrade operations opttimized as fast as they can while keeping VNFs on top with zero impact on their service.
Further more this is the final release of Doctor and the more deep testing is moving more to upstream projects like Fenix for the maintenance. Also in this release we have made sure that all Doctor testing and any deeper testing with ehe upstream projects can be done in DevStack. This also makes DevStack the most important installer.
Jerma Doctor framework uses OpenStack Train integrated into its test cases.
2.3.3. Release Data¶
Maintenance use case updated to support latest version of Fenix.
Maintenance use case now supports ETSI FEAT03 optimization with Fenix.
Doctor testing is now preferred to be done in DevStack environment where one can easily select OpenStack release from Rocky to Ussuri to test Doctor functionality. Latest OPNFV Fuel can also be used for the OpenStack version it supports.
Doctor tested with fuel installer.
Fault management use case is tested with sample inspector.
Maintenance use case is tested with sample implementation and towards the latest Fenix version. The includes the new ETSI FEAT03 optimization.
22.214.171.124. Version change¶
126.96.36.199.1. Module version changes¶
OpenStack has changed Train
188.8.131.52.2. Document version changes¶
All documentation is updated to OPNFV unified format according to documentation guidelines. Small updates in many documents.
2.3.4. Software deliverables¶
2.3.6. Known Limitations, Issues and Workarounds¶
184.108.40.206. System Limitations¶
Maintenance test case requirements:
Minimum number of nodes: 1 Controller, 3 Computes
Min number of VCPUs: 2 VCPUs for each compute
220.127.116.11. Known issues¶
2.3.7. Test Result¶
18.104.22.168. Doctor CI results with TEST_CASE=’fault_management’ and INSPECTOR_TYPE=sample¶