[GSOC 2014] multiarch testing

Edson Ticona xcr33d at gmail.com
Sat Jul 12 20:01:12 UTC 2014

I updated the script and changed the way the script calls the LTP
tests. I was using the LTP interface to call the tests but there was
no simple way to generate a strace output for each test. Now I the
tests are run directly and each strace test output is saved in a file.
I had to process the file that indicates the tests that are going to
be performed.

On Fri, Jul 11, 2014 at 12:17 AM, Edson Ticona <xcr33d at gmail.com> wrote:
>> There was also similar code in the LTP project (as opposed to sandbox?)
> Yes, I worked with the LTP and commited the tests to my repo [1]. The
> script that starts testing is (surprisingly):
> strace/qemu_multiarch_testing/start-tests.sh
> with no args it just tests in the actual architecture and with some
> syscall tests I choosed from LTP. The script clones ltp from its repo
> and the tests executed are the ones passed in the
> strace/qemu_multiarch_testing/strace_tests file.
> I was thinking about passing the syscalls on the argument but I
> realized it could be a very large command if many syscalls wanted to
> be tested. I guess a file containing them is easier to handle. This
> file has to match the LTP format [2].
> Currently, for simplicity, just working for x86_64.
> [1] http://sourceforge.net/u/eds000n/strace/ci/master/tree/
> [2] http://ltp.sourceforge.net/documentation/how-to/ltp.php#_3.4

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