Running integration tests
In the following examples, we will use
Docker to run integration tests locally. Ensure you have Prepare your environment first.
We assume that you are in the
After you change the tests, you can run them with the following command:
ansible-test integration <target_name> --docker <distro>
target_name is a test role directory containing the tests. For example, if the test files you changed are stored in the
tests/integration/targets/postgresql_info/ directory and you want to use the
fedora34 container image, then the command will be:
ansible-test integration postgresql_info --docker fedora34
You can use the
-vvv argument if you need more detailed output.
In the examples above, the
fedora34 test image will be automatically downloaded and used to create and run a test container.
See the list of supported container images.
In some cases, for example, for platform independent tests, the
default test image is required. Use the
--docker default or just
--docker option without specifying a distribution in this case.
If you have any difficulties with writing or running integration tests or you are not sure if the case can be covered, submit your pull request without the tests. Other contributors can help you with them later if needed.