DistTest Plugin

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Plugin ID distTest Changes In Latest Release
Since Latest Release
Latest Release
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Required Core
Dependencies
1.0
Jan 20, 2011
1.350
Source Code
Issue Tracking
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Subversion
Open Issues
Miroslav Novak (id: mnovak)
Usage Installations 2013-Apr 109
2013-May 113
2013-Jun 123
2013-Jul 120
2013-Aug 117
2013-Sep 114
2013-Oct 113
2013-Nov 110
2013-Dec 103
2014-Jan 119
2014-Feb 128
2014-Mar 136

This plugin allows distribute JUnit tests to all slaves in a specified label for a project.

Distributed Testing Plugin

The goal of this plugin is to enable a distributed testing of compiled classes on multiple nodes. Tests are send one by one to nodes in the label specified for the project and run. Test results
are saved in the "results" directory in the project workspace. f.e. "TEST-helloword.HelloTest.xml" for the test class "helloworld.HelloTest".

This plugin assumes that all slaves in the specified label have a shared workspace directory. (like NFS)

Only classes in the "Tests classes directory" directory with a file name containing a "test" substring (case insensitive) are automatically found by this plugin and run.

If you enable "Publish JUnit test result report" in the "Post-build Actions" section and type "results/*.xml" you will see test results in the Hudson's web UI.

Only nodes in a label which were specified for this project ("Tie this project to a node") will be used for distributed testing.

It's possible let this plugin to compile tests class sources which were checkout from a repository if "Compile tests" checkbox was checked. Remember to provide all necessary libraries needed for compilation.

It's possible to check a "Wait for nodes which are busy" checkbox to wait for other nodes which are busy to be freed.

Change Log

Version 1.0 (Jan 20, 2011)

  • Initial release

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