Commit 557208ec authored by Martyn Welch's avatar Martyn Welch

Remove check-dbus-services test

The check-dbus-services test aims to test all services configured as bus
activatable, however such a test is proving to be too naive and requires
significant investment to keep in a passing state.
There are an increasing number of services that have needed to be
blacklisted as they don't pass with reasonable rationale:

* Some require the ability to display a GUI and recieve a response that
  isn't currently viable with the current automated test platform nor is a
  GUI present on many of the image types.
* Some require specific devices to be present for the underlying service
  to start that isn't present in on the test systems.
* Some aren't completely installed and operational in the smaller cut-down
  images.

It has been decided that this test lacks sufficent benefit and significant
overhead and is thus being removed.
Signed-off-by: default avatarMartyn Welch <martyn.welch@collabora.com>
parent 3ce02853
......@@ -23,11 +23,6 @@ job_name: Common tests on {{release_version}} {{pretty}} {{image_date}}
from: git
path: test-cases/boot-performance.yaml
name: boot-performance
- repository: https://gitlab.apertis.org/tests/apertis-test-cases.git
revision: 'apertis/v2019dev0'
from: git
path: test-cases/check-dbus-services.yaml
name: check-dbus-services
- repository: https://gitlab.apertis.org/tests/apertis-test-cases.git
revision: 'apertis/v2019dev0'
from: git
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......@@ -23,11 +23,6 @@ job_name: Minimal common tests on {{release_version}} {{pretty}} {{image_date}}
from: git
path: test-cases/boot-performance.yaml
name: boot-performance
- repository: https://gitlab.apertis.org/tests/apertis-test-cases.git
revision: 'apertis/v2019dev0'
from: git
path: test-cases/check-dbus-services.yaml
name: check-dbus-services
- repository: https://gitlab.apertis.org/tests/apertis-test-cases.git
revision: 'apertis/v2019dev0'
from: git
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