Re: [openflowplugin-dev] VM available at OpenDaylight

Luis Gomez <luis.gomez@...>

Hi all,


Sorry for the delayed answer, too many things at the same time…


Madhu, we are “loaning” one of the integration VMs to OF plugin because among other things they are flexible to host the OF RESTCONF test in the integration Jenkins and integration repo. From what I understood in your request is you need a VM connected to your Jenkins so you can program your own tests when people commit code and so on. If that is still the case you will need to ask Andy (Helpdesk) to deploy a new VM and attach that one to your project as I do not think you can use OVSDB Jenkins to operate a VM linked to Integration Jenkins (is that right Andy?)





From: Madhu Venguopal [mailto:mavenugo@...]
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 9:18 PM
To: Luis Gomez; openflowplugin-dev@...
Cc: Madhusudhan Ananderi Kandadai; ovsdb-dev@...
Subject: Re: [openflowplugin-dev] VM available at OpenDaylight


Hi Luis, Andy,

The ovsdb team requested for a VM with mininet as well few weeks back :-)
Is it possible to allocate 1 to perform the integration test for ovsdb ?
We dont necessarily need CPqD, But will work never-the-less.


On 1/15/14, 8:51 PM, Luis Gomez wrote:

Hi all,


We have a VM with mininet 2.1.0 and OVS 2.0.0 in the Integration test bed available for OF plugin testing. Couple of things now:


1) Please send the latest version of the Python script (for OVS) to Madhusudhan so we can run it in our Lab and work in the implementation at ODL.


2) The Linux admin (Andy) cannot use the mininet script on his RHEL managed system so he will need some help (maybe Prasanna you know someone) to intall CPqD without using this script. BTW, do you have already a version of the Python test script that works with CPqD?




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