mtf-env-set man page

mtf-env-set ā€” prepares environment for testing containers.

Synopsis

MODULE=docker mtf-env-set

MODULE=rpm mtf-env-set

MODULE=nspawn mtf-env-set

Description

mtf-env-set is a binary file used for setting environment before usage of Meta-Test-Family.

MODULE=docker It installs tests dependencies, docker service and starts docker service for testing containers

MODULE=rpm installs RPM dependencies on this machine.

MODULE=nspawn installs RPM dependencies. If environment variable MTF_SKIP_DISABLING_SELINUX is set, it disables SELinux. It installs systemd-container package on this machine.

Notes

mtf-env-set mtf-env-set is useful for people who don't want to set the environment manually and wish to use this executable to do the job.

Authors

Petr Hracek, <phracek@redhat.com> (man page)

See Also

Full documentation at: <http://meta-test-family.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user_guide/environment_setup.html>

Info

2017-11-01 Linux User's Manual