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Integration Testing with Kitchen CI
Tag : development , By : user121405
Date : November 27 2020, 03:01 PM

Does that help If by #1 you mean to check if Chef actually works, don't worry, we have our own test suites for that. What you want focus on is #2, checking that the side effects of your recipes are what you expect. As for how to use Test Kitchen, we have some guides at https://learn.chef.io and the main TK website at https://kitchen.ci/.

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Test-Kitchen serverspec testing exception on windows


Tag : windows , By : ciops
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Changing the test-kitchen spec_helper.rb file to test for windows and setting the backend and os accordingly, fixes the issue:
require 'serverspec'

if (/cygwin|mswin|mingw|bccwin|wince|emx/ =~ RUBY_PLATFORM).nil?
  set :backend, :exec
else
  set :backend, :cmd
  set :os, family: 'windows'
end
require 'spec_helper'

case os[:family]
when 'windows'
  describe file('C:\Users\vagrant\foo.txt') do
    it { should be_file }
  end
when 'darwin' # mac os x
  describe file('/user/vagrant/foo.txt') do
    it { should be_file }
  end
when 'ubuntu'
  describe file('/home/vagrant/foo.txt') do
    it { should be_file }
  end
end

Is ChefSpec in chef really usable compared to testing with Kitchen


Tag : ruby , By : Janko
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue ChefSpec is an RSpec library, which I think is what you're referring to. It is built for unit testing, which it accomplishes by having all providers default to not actually running. So it does a "converge" but without any actual implementation of anything so it goes very quickly. The downside being that you can't actually check if the side effects were what you thought they should be. For that you need to actually run Chef for real, and that is what Test Kitchen is for. It is a framework for creating a VM, running Chef on it, and then running some kind of correctness tests on the VM. For the correctness tests you can use many tools, but the most common are Serverspec (which is an RSpec library) and InSpec (which isn't an RSpec library but kind of looks like one for the most part).
So RSpec is involved with both unit and integration testing, but for different tasks.

Testing Chef search queries in recipes using Test Kitchen


Tag : development , By : thatotherguy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need You can mock search data (for nodes) by putting JSON files below test/integration/nodes/:
An example file looks as follows:
{
  "id":       "testhost",
  "name":     "testhost.example.com",
  "chef_type": "node",
  "json_class": "Chef::Node",
  "run_list": [],
  "chef_environment": "production",
  "automatic": {
    "fqdn": "testhost.example.com",
    "ip": "127.0.0.1"
  }
}

Pentaho Data Integration How to run job with kitchen on carte cluster?


Tag : development , By : beng
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue There is a bug in new versions of pdi: The option "Run this transformation in a clustered mode?" not exists, so to fix that you need open the job xml file and remove the property run_configuration and set cluster to Y from entry's of transformation that you wanna run in clustered mode. Hope this helps.

Vagrant installed through Chef (Kitchen) ignoring designated private IP in .kitchen.yml file


Tag : development , By : Sigtryggur
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you The issue is that you have the driver key under the suite object. It needs to look like this instead:
   suites:
     - name: dcos-bootstrap
       run_list: abc::_dcos_bootstrap
       driver:
         customize:
           cpus: 1
           memory: 2048
         network:
           - ["private_network", {ip: "192.168.3.37"}]
       attributes:
           abc:
               defg:
               enable: true
               kube_node: true
       includes:
           - centos-7.3
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