Lava testing not specific to a pack/board/release
zygmunt.krynicki at linaro.org
Mon Nov 7 09:57:23 UTC 2011
W dniu 04.11.2011 15:35, David Gilbert pisze:
> I've got a pthread test that is the fall out of a bug fix which is a good test
> of kernel and libc and would like to add it into Lava.
> I'm told that I currently have to pick a hardware pack and image - but for
> this case what I really want to do is to create a test that can be used
> as a regression test that gets run on whatever the latest kernel is on
> any of a set of platforms (basically anything of Panda speed or similar/faster).
LAVA is happy to run your test on any hardware pack and root fs you
want. The first step is to make your test visible to the stack. To do
that you should wrap it with our lava-test framework. If your test can
be compiled to a simple executable and invoked to check for correctness
then wrapping it should be easy as pie. Look at LAVA test documentation
lava: http://lava-test.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html (and report
back on missing pieces).
The next step is to determine when your test should run. I think that
there is nothing wrong with simply running it daily on all the hardware
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