AFAIK It is not possible ATM, but we were considering adding that feature
when we move from python-nose to PyTest .
Hmm, maybe it will be possible using the export / import feature, but will
probably need some custom code for it.
So you'll run basic suite, get your env up and running and then export it
to a tar.gz file. next time you want to test something, you import it back
and run only the test you want.
We've been working on a project called 'ovirt demo tool'  which will
officially replace ovirt-live using Lago images, it is still under
development, but should work for basic suite if you want to try it.
The manual job  should also allow saving the run as an image as an
option , by setting the 'create images' option to 'yes'.
On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 8:59 PM, Marc Young <3vilpenguin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it possible to run a specific scenario without having to run back
> through spin up/tear down?
> I want to rapidly debug a `test-scenarios/00#_something.py` and the
> bootstrap scripts (001,002) take a really long time.
> Also is it possible to attach to a debugger within the test-scenario with
> pdb? I didnt have luck and it looks like its abstracted away and not
> executed as a regular python file in a way that i can get to an interactive
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On Thu, Aug 24, 2017 at 4:56 AM, Marc Young <3vilpenguin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Im currently neck deep in ovirt-system-tests and lago
> I see alot of usages about importing VMs from templates, but are there any
> examples of exporting a VM to template?
I assume you are looking into Lago templates, not oVirt templates?
Currently, I'm not aware of a way. What template do you need?
> Side note I cant find a good source of methods available for use in
> python-lago-ovirt (or even python-lago). The docs are pretty lacking
Can you open an issue about it? What do you wish to perform?
>  http://lago.readthedocs.io/en/latest/lago.html
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