This guide provides instructions on how to run an end-to-end test for testing a Fuchsia product.
screen_is_not_black_no_basemgr_test end-to-end test reboots a device under test
(DUT), waits 100 seconds, and takes a snapshot of the device’s screen. If the
snapshot image is not a black screen, the test concludes that Fuchsia is
successfully up and running on the device after reboot.
To run this end-to-end test, the steps are:
- Build a Fuchsia image to include the end-to-end test.
- Start the emulator with the Fuchsia image.
- Run the end-to-end test.
Also, to run any end-to-end test, see the Appendices section.
This guide requires that you've completed the following guides:
2. Build a Fuchsia image to include the end-to-end test
Before you can run the
screen_is_not_black_no_basemgr_test end-to-end test, you first
need to build your Fuchsia image to include the test in the build artifacts:
To add the end-to-end test, run the
fx setcommand with the following
fx set workstation.qemu-x64 --with //src/tests/end_to_end/screen_is_not_black:no_basemgr_test
//src/tests/end_to_end/screen_is_not_blackis a test directory in the Fuchsia source tree. The
BUILD.gnfile in this directory defines the
testtarget to include the
screen_is_not_black_no_basemgr_testend-to-end test in the build artifacts.
Build your Fuchsia image:
fx buildcommand completes, the build artifacts now include the
screen_is_not_black_no_basemgr_testend-to-end test, which you can run from your host machine.
3. Start the emulator with the Fuchsia image
Start the emulator with your Fuchsia image and run a package repository server:
Configure an IPv6 network for the emulator (you only need to do this once):
sudo ip tuntap add dev qemu mode tap user $USER && sudo ip link set qemu up
In a new terminal, start the emulator:
fx vdl start -N -u <PATH_TO_UPSCRIPT>
Replace the following:
PATH_TO_UPSCRIPT: The path to a FEMU network setup script; for example,
Set the emulator to be your device:
If you have multiple devices, select
fuchsia-5254-0063-5e7a(the emulator’s default device name), for example:
$ fx set-device Multiple devices found, please pick one from the list: 1) fuchsia-4407-0bb4-d0eb 2) fuchsia-5254-0063-5e7a #? 2 New default device: fuchsia-5254-0063-5e7a
4. Run the end-to-end test
screen_is_not_black_no_basemgr_test end-to-end test:
fx test --e2e screen_is_not_black_no_basemgr_test
When the test passes, this command prints output similar to the following:
Saw a screen that is not black; waiting for 0:00:59.924543 now. ... [FINE]: Running over ssh: killall sl4f.cmx 01:46 +1: All tests passed!
Run any end-to-end test
fx test --e2e command to run an end-to-end test from your host
fx test --e2e <TEST_NAME>
Some product configurations may include a set of end-to-end tests by default (see Examine product configuration files). However, if you want to run an end-to-end test that is not part of your product configuration, configure your Fuchsia image to include the specific test:
fx set <PRODUCT>.<BOARD> --with <TEST_DIRECTORY>:<TARGET>
For example, the following commands configure and build your Fuchsia image
with all the end-to-end tests in the
$ fx set workstation.qemu-x64 --with //src/tests/end_to_end/perf:test $ fx build
For the list of all available end-to-end tests in the Fuchsia repository, see the //src/tests/end_to_end directory.
Examine product configuration files
To find out which end-to-end tests are included in a
specific product configuration, examine product configuration files (
the Fuchsia repository's
The following example shows the product configurations files in the
~/fuchsia/products$ ls *.gni bringup.gni core.gni terminal.gni workstation.gni
To see the list of all available product configurations, you can run the following command:
cache_package_labels += [ ... "//src/tests/end_to_end/bundles:end_to_end_deps", "//src/tests/end_to_end/bundles:terminal_end_to_end_deps", ] ... universe_package_labels += [ "//src/tests/end_to_end/screen_is_not_black:no_basemgr_test", "//src/tests/end_to_end/sl4f:test", "//src/tests/end_to_end/perf:test", ... ]