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GR-ADM-1: Rack Receipt and Inventory Test

This page captures status for the test case GR-ADM-1. For additional information see the Acceptance Test Status - May 2013? page overall status, or the GRAM Acceptance Test Plan? for details about the planned evaluation.

Last Update: 2013/05/XX"

Step State Notes Tickets
Step 1 Not Planned
Step 2 Not Planned
Step 3 Not Planned
Step 4 Not Planned
Step 5 Not Planned
Step 6 Not Planned


State Legend Description
Pass Test completed and met all criteria
Pass: most criteria Test completed and met most criteria. Exceptions documented
Fail Test completed and failed to meet criteria.
Complete Test completed but will require re-execution due to expected changes
Blocked Blocked by ticketed issue(s).
In Progress Currently under test.
Not Planned This area is not part of initial evaluation

Test Plan Steps

1.Power and wire the BBN rack

This type of testing is not part of the initial evaluation.

2. Administrator configure GRAM using an administrator account configure the gramm.gpolab.bbn.com DNS namespace and 192.1.242.128/25 IP space, and enters all public IP addresses used by the rack into DNS.

This type of testing is not part of the initial evaluation.

3. Administrator requests and receives administrator accounts on the rack and receive read access to all GRAM monitoring of the rack.

This type of testing is not part of the initial evaluation.

4. Administrator inventories the physical rack contents, network connections and VLAN configuration, and power connectivity, using standard operational inventories.

This type of testing is not part of the initial evaluation.

5 Administrator, GRAM team, and GMOC share information about contact information and change control procedures, and GRAM operators subscribe to GENI operations mailing lists and submit their contact information to GMOC.

This type of testing is not part of the initial evaluation.

6. Administrator reviews the documented parts list, power requirements, physical and logical network connectivity requirements, and site administrator community requirements, verifying that these documents should be sufficient for a new site to use when setting up a rack.

This type of testing is not part of the initial evaluation.