I’m using this tutorial to test on a distributed environment, but I’m having issues running tests files that import other test files.
Is it possible running a test that imports another test file, if so, how can I do that?
I’m using this command to upload the main file:
kubectl create configmap scenarios-test --from-file scenarios.js but I do not know how to create the related file that I
Welcome to the forum! You can create a configmap with several data entries like this:
kubectl create configmap scenarios-test --from-file test.js --from-file utils.js
If there are too many files to specify manually,
kubectl allows specifying a folder there too:
kubectl create configmap scenarios-test --from-file=./test
Alternatively, you can create an archive with k6:
k6 archive test.js
Which will create an
archive.tar in your current folder. Then you can put that archive into configmap:
kubectl create configmap scenarios-test --from-file=archive.tar
And specify it in your yaml for
... spec: parallelism: 1 script: configMap: name: "crocodile-stress-test" file: "archive.tar" # <-- change here
It’s actually in my TODO list to add this info about tests with multiple files to
k6-operator's README right now and I hope to put it up there in coming days so your question is right on time Please share if something doesn’t work!
thanks a lot for your quick and detailed answer.
The archive option worked really well for me.