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Issue Regarding Certified-Conformance Mode
Versions of Sonobuoy Impacted
sonobuoy run --mode=certified-conformance the
E2E_SKIP value is not properly cleared, leading to
disruptive tests being skipped. In certified-conformance mode, all tests must be run to be valid for submission to the CNCF so this bug would invalidate your results.
You can manually work-around this issue by adding an extra flag at the end of your command:
sonobuoy run --mode=certified-conformance --plugin-env e2e.E2E_SKIP
This will set the focus value to conformance as expected and then remove the E2E_SKIP value.
Use a patched version of Sonobuoy. After this bug was reported and patched, we released v0.53.2.
Thanks to BobyMCbobs for reporting the original issue: https://github.com/vmware-tanzu/sonobuoy/issues/1388