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1 CSIT Release Notes\r
2 ==================\r
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4 Changes in CSIT |release|\r
5 -------------------------\r
6 \r
7 #. Naming change for all Honeycomb functional test suites in VIRL\r
8 \r
9     - Honeycomb functional test case names stayed unchanged\r
10 \r
11 #. Added Honeycomb functional tests\r
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13     - NSH_SFC\r
14     - LISP\r
15     - NAT\r
16     - SPAN\r
17 \r
18 Known Issues\r
19 ------------\r
20 \r
21 Here is the list of known issues in CSIT |release| for Honeycomb functional\r
22 tests in VIRL:\r
23 \r
24 +---+-------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+\r
25 | # | Issue                                           | Description                                                     |\r
26 +---+-------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+\r
27 | 1 | Operational data for Vhost-user interfaces      | Honeycomb Operational data reports Vhost-user interfaces        |\r
28 |   | "server" flag                                   | as client, even if they are server.                             |\r
29 +---+-------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+\r
30 | 2 | Persistence of VxLAN tunnels                    | Configuration persistence often fails to restore                |\r
31 |   |                                                 | Honeycomb's internal naming context for VxLAN interfaces.       |\r
32 |   |                                                 | The interface is renamed to "vxlan_tunnel0" but is otherwise    |\r
33 |   |                                                 | configured correctly.                                           |\r
34 +---+-------------------------------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------------------+\r
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