6. OVP Reviewer Guide

6.1. Introduction

This document provides detailed guidance for reviewers on how to handle the result review process.

The OPNFV Verification Program (OVP) provides the ability for users to upload test results in OVP portal and request from OVP community to review them.

OVP administrator will ask for review volunteers using the ovp-support@lfnetworking.org email alias. The incoming results for review will be identified by the administrator with particular Test ID and Owner values.

Volunteers that will accept the review request can access the test results by login to the OVP portal and then click on the Incoming Reviews tab in top-level navigation bar.


After the user submit for review the test results Status is changed from ‘private’ to ‘review’. Reviewers can find that the corresponding OVP portal result will have a status of ‘review’. Also there are Application information list here for review. All the application information is submitted by users at the same time they submit their results for review. Reviewers can also find who has already approve/not approve the test results by clicking on the View Reviews.


Reviewers must follow the checklist below to ensure review consistency for the OPNFV Verification Program (OVP) 2019.12 (Hunter) release at a minimum.

  1. Test Case Pass Percentage - Ensure all mandatory tests have passed (100% pass rate).
  2. Mandatory Test Case Results - Validate that results for all mandatory test cases are present.
  3. Log File Verification - Inspect the log file for each test case.
  4. SUT Info Verification - Validate the system under test (SUT) hardware and software endpoint info is present.

6.2. Test Case Pass Percentage

All mandatory test cases have to run successfully. The below figure of the Test Run Results is one method and shows that 96.71% of the mandatory test cases have passed. This value must not be lower than 100%.


6.3. Mandatory Test Case Results

Test results can be displayed by clicking on the hyperlink under the Test ID column. Reviewers should validate that results for all mandatory test cases are included in the overall test suite. The required mandatory test cases are:

  • bottlenecks.stress.ping
  • functest.security.patrole
  • functest.tempest.compute
  • functest.tempest.identity_v3
  • functest.tempest.image
  • functest.tempest.ipv6_api
  • functest.tempest.network_api
  • functest.tempest.neutron_trunk_ports
  • functest.tempest.osinterop
  • functest.tempest.volume
  • functest.vping.ssh
  • functest.vping.userdata
  • yardstick.ha.cinder_api
  • yardstick.ha.cpu_load
  • yardstick.ha.database
  • yardstick.ha.disk_load
  • yardstick.ha.glance_api
  • yardstick.ha.haproxy
  • yardstick.ha.keystone
  • yardstick.ha.neutron_server
  • yardstick.ha.nova_api
  • yardstick.ha.rabbitmq

Note, that the ‘Test ID’ column in this view condenses the UUID used for ‘Test ID’ to eight characters even though the ‘Test ID’ is a longer UUID in the back-end.

Failed test cases can be easy identified by the color of pass/total number:

  • Green when all test cases pass
  • Orange when at least one fails/skips
  • Red when all test cases fail/skip

6.4. Log File Verification

Each log file of the mandatory test cases have to be verified for content.

Log files can be displayed by clicking on the setup icon to the right of the results, as shown in the figure below.


Note, all log files can be found at results/ directory as shown at the following table.

Mandatory Test Case Location
bottlenecks results/stress_logs/
functest.vping results/vping_logs/
functest.tempest results/tempest_logs/
functest.security results/security_logs/
yardstick results/ha_logs/

6.4.1. Bottlenecks Logs

It must contain the ‘SUCCESS’ result at the end of Bottlenecks log as shown in following example:

2019-12-03 07:35:14,630 [INFO] yardstick.benchmark.core.task task.py:129 Testcase: “ping_bottlenecks” SUCCESS!!!

6.4.2. Functest Logs

There are 2 different types of Functest logs, one is plain text for vping test cases and the other is html file for tempest and security test cases.

For vping test cases, two entries displayed in the tables below must be present in log files.





For tempest and security test cases, it opens an html page that lists all test cases as shown below. All test cases must have run successfully.


6.4.3. Yardstick Logs

The yardstick log must contain the ‘SUCCESS’ result for each of the test-cases within this test area. This can be verified by searching the log for the keyword ‘SUCCESS’.

An example of a FAILED and a SUCCESS test case are listed below:

2018-08-28 10:25:09,946 [ERROR] yardstick.benchmark.scenarios.availability.monitor.monitor_multi monitor_multi.py:78 SLA failure: 14.015082 > 5.000000

2018-08-28 10:23:41,907 [INFO] yardstick.benchmark.core.task task.py:127 Testcase: “opnfv_yardstick_tc052” SUCCESS!!!

6.5. SUT Info Verification

SUT information must be present in the results to validate that all required endpoint services and at least two controllers were present during test execution. For the results shown below, click the info hyperlink in the SUT column to navigate to the SUT information page.


In the Endpoints listing shown below for the SUT VIM component, ensure that services are present for identify, compute, image, volume and network at a minimum by inspecting the Service Type column.


Inspect the Hosts listing found below the Endpoints secion of the SUT info page and ensure at least two hosts are present, as two controllers are required the for the mandatory HA test cases.

6.6. Approve or Not Approve Results

When you decide to approve or not approve this test, you can click the Operation and choose approve or not approve. Once you have approved or not approved the test, you can click View Reviews to find the review status as shown below.