Gating tests from tarball in Fedora - how to set up them?

Hi guys

I'm trying to enable gating tests for package system-storage-manager.
The tarball contains upstream tests and I would like to use these
(with the ability to apply patches to them, same as to the rest of the
code). I have a gating.yaml and tests.yml that works in RHEL exactly
as I want it, but when I try to apply them to Fedora, I can't get it
to work.

It looks as the tests are not included in the VM built for the test.
If I change tests.yml and use only "run: some_system_command," then
the system command is executed.

My tests.yml looks very similar to swid-tools, where it works
(according to jenkins logs), so I'm cc-ing Jan Pazdziora just in case.
(Jan, sorry for two emails, the first one bounced back from the list.)

I tried to find some solution on
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there, I didn't notice. I also found some other pages as
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the same result.

I'm using this PR to start the tests:
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Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? gating.yaml and tests.yml bellow.


- role: standard-test-basic
- atomic
- classic
- lvm2
- cryptsetup

- smoke: # Run tests
dir: ./source/
run: ./ --system --logs

I tried to replace the osci.brew-build.tier0.functional with some cases, but it didn't change anything.