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This document covers  Test Deployment Environment and Test Case Result for  Enterprise Applications on IEC-Type4 AR/VR Blueprint. 

The topology  in this release for this version includes 3 CentOS 7.8 Physical Machine node . 

Akraino Test Group Information


Overall Test Architecture

Test  Minimum Requirements

  • At least One Student Client, normally one Personal Computer
  • At least One Teacher Client, normally one Personal Computer
  • At least One Virtual Machine or Physical Server for service side

Test Architecture

For the minimum deployment, we ONLY test the function of the virtual classroom.   Just deploy two clients and a server, shown in purple color, will be OK. 

If you would like to test CI/CD functions, we would suggest deploying the functions shown in green color.

Furthermore, if you want to test the scale-out feature,  adding more Client Devices and backend servers are required.

Test Topology

Step 1:  Run Virtual Classroom in the backend 

After everything is installed successfully(In terms of the detail installation, refer to Release 4 Installation Document),   run the virtual classroom application via the following commands:  

cd /root/openvidu-vr/openvidu-vr-room

http-server -S

Step 2:  Test on your PC via the browser

               Note well:  Make sure 8080 port is NOT blocked by the firewall.

Open Firefox on PC and visit the website: IP Address + 8080(Port Number)

Step 3: Test Teacher Mode

Press the Teacher Mode button and check the Teacher mode.  In teacher mode,  you will see the classroom as a teacher's view.  You can see some students are in the classroom and are listening to your presentation. Then test talking to the student, test on-and-off the presentation screen as so on. 

Step 4: Test Student Mode

Press the Student Mode button and check the Student mode.  In Student mode,  you will see the classroom as a student's view.  You can see the teacher and other students on the remote side. Then test talking to the teacher and other students, test on-and-off the presentation screen as so on. 

Enjoy the virtual classroom!

BluVal Testing

1.Bluval installation

mkdir /home/demo
cd /home/demo
mkdir results
git clone
cd validation
vi tests/variables.yaml  ## update k8s related ip. due to this bp do not use k8s , we don't need to change.

vi bluval/volumes.yaml

# location of the ssh key to access the cluster
local: '/root/.ssh/'
target: '/root/.ssh/'
# location of the k8s access files (config file, certificates, keys)
local: '/home/demo/.kube/'
target: '/root/demo/.kube/'
# location of the customized variables.yaml
local: '/home/demo/validation/tests/variables.yaml'
target: '/opt/akraino/validation/tests/variables.yaml'
# location of the bluval-<blueprint>.yaml file
local: '/home/demo/validation/bluval'
target: '/opt/akraino/validation/bluval'
# location on where to store the results on the local jumpserver
local: '/home/demo/results'
target: '/opt/akraino/results'
# location on where to store openrc file
local: '/home/openrc'
target: '/root/openrc'

vi bluval/bluval-iec-type4.yaml

name: iec-type4
- os
- docker

os: &os
name: lynis
what: lynis
optional: "False"
name: vuls
what: vuls
optional: "False"

k8s: &k8s
name: conformance
what: conformance
optional: "False"
name: kube-hunter
what: kube-hunter
optional: "False"

./bluval/ -l os iec-type4

Debug: /opt/akraino/results/os/vuls/debug.log
Output: /opt/akraino/results/os/vuls/output.xml
Log: /opt/akraino/results/os/vuls/log.html
Report: /opt/akraino/results/os/vuls/report.html

2. Troubleshooting
##Iptable issues for centOS8
vi /etc/firewalld/firewalld.conf
in config file change
save change and reload firewalld
systemctl restart firewalld.service

Test API description


Test Dashboards

Single pane view of how the test score looks like for the Blue print.

Total Tests

Test Executed



In Progress


Additional Testing

Lynis Report

Lynis log :

Vuls Report:

Vuls log :



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