A convergence integration test harness for configuration management systems.
test-kitchen as a
gem 'test-kitchen', git: 'git://github.com/opscode/test-kitchen.git', branch: '1.0'
and run the
bundle command to install:
$ bundle install
This will expose the
test-kitchen CLI. Run
bundle exec kitchen init to get started:
$ kitchen init
You will be prompted with a series of questions. In this guide, we will be using the kitchen vagrant driver.
$ bundle exec kitchen init create .kitchen.yml append Rakefile create test/integration/default append .gitignore append .gitignore Add a Driver plugin to your Gemfile? (y/n)> y Enter gem name, `list', or `skip'> kitchen-vagrant append Gemfile You must run `bundle install' to fetch any new gems.
bundle command again to install the new vagrant driver:
$ bundle install
Open up the
.kitchen.yml file created in the root of your
Now, it is time to get testing. Use the
--parallel option to run
your tests in parallel. Trust us, it's faster!
$ bundle exec kitchen test
passed(default): destroy the machine after a successful test run (which implies passing tests.)
never: Never clean up builds, even if they pass or fail.
always: Regardless of the success or failure of the build, destroy the machine.
--log-level=debug|info|warn|error|fatal- Set the log-level of the entire stack, including the chef-solo run.
The Kitchen YAML format
Test-Kitchen reads its configuration from the .kitchen.yml configuration file at the root of your cookbook. It closely resembles the format of .travis.yml which is intentional.
There are 4 stanzas in .kitchen.yml, driver_plugin, driver_config, platforms, and suites. driver_plugin, platforms, and suites are currently required. driver_config can optionally be used to set values for all platforms defined.
The driver_plugin stanza is only one line long and defines which driver is used by test-kitchen.
The platforms stanza defines individual virtual machines. Additional driver_config, node attributes, and run_list can be defined in this stanza
The suites stanza defines sets of tests that you intend to be run on each platform. A run_list and node attributes can be defined for each suite. The run_list and node attributes will be merged with that of each platform. In case of the conflict, the attributes defined on the suite will triumph.
--- driver_plugin: vagrant platforms: - name: ubuntu-12.04 driver_config: box: opscode-ubuntu-12.04 box_url: https://opscode-vm.s3.amazonaws.com/vagrant/boxes/opscode-ubuntu-12.04.box - name: centos-6.3 driver_config: box: opscode-centos-6.3 box_url: https://opscode-vm.s3.amazonaws.com/vagrant/boxes/opscode-centos-6.3.box run_list: - recipe[yum::epel] suites: - name: stock_system_and_user run_list: - recipe[user::data_bag] - recipe[rvm::system] - recipe[rvm::user] attributes: users: - wigglebottom rvm: user_installs: - user: wigglebottom default_ruby: 1.8.7
Overriding .kitchen.yaml with .kitchen.<driver>.local.yml
This project is currently in rapid development which means frequent releases, potential for massive refactorings (that could be API breaking), and minimal to no documentation. This will change as the project transitions to be used in production environments.
For everyone else, watch this space.